Radiant floor heating system with reflective layer and honeycomb panel

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The Ronald J. Pennella patent solves the following problem:

Heating the interior of the building and the floor of the building, some typical heating methods used, including the hot water / steam and forced air heating. Often, these heating methods require the installation of large air ducts or open water piping, both taking a considerable amount of space in a building and requires careful planning for the place to vent, radiators and others. Vents and ducts tend to hinder living and working areas within a building and needed other elements of the building (ceiling, walls, etc.) designed around them. The other hot water systems including piping included in a ceiling or flooring material through which hot water circulated to heat a building. In some geographic areas, however, electricity is cheaper than gas, and direct electric heating desired.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Ronald J. Pennella’s patent US 6188839 B1 deals with Radiant floor heating system with reflective layer and honeycomb panel.
A radiant floor heating system and gave way to install, the system of the present invention disposed within a solidified cement or under the board. A member of the panel with a laminated reflective material that serves as a thermal break to set up the hardened cement or under the board. The members of the panel will be composed of any substance which the reflective material is protected like a honeycomb plastic panel where the reflective material layer is laminated. A heating element that the reflective material. Thereafter, the heating elements and the reflective layer was coated with a thin layer of cement or set. The heating element may include a heated wire element unwound from a roll, or the heating element can be really strong in a web of material cut to match the dimensions of the floor and then thrown over the reflective layer. After the thin set cement or dries the heating elements embedded within, marble or other types of tiles can be laid as flooring.

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