Cellar wall drying with carbon heating paint

Carbon heating paint for basement wall drying simplifies the renovation of damp basement walls with just one coat! Infrared heating reliably ensures dry masonry.

No water from outside, basement wall damp. And that in summer!

A common cause of damp and wet walls is the temperature difference between the room air and the wall surface. In most cases, the masonry of a cellar lies in the cold ground and is not insulated. The surface temperature of the wall is often no more than 14°C, even in summer. If the summer temperature is now well above 25°C, condensation will form on the wall due to the increased ambient temperature. The result is a damp wall. This condensation does not only occur in the cellar, but on every wall with high temperature differences. Cellar wall drying is then necessary to prevent mold growth or structural damage.

Carbon wall heating provides a remedy!

The cold wall surfaces are dried with Superwall heating panels before the heating paint is applied. And it does so completely silently and with extremely low energy consumption.

For cellar wall drying with carbon heating paint, the affected area is painted with carbon heating paint, fitted with a wall sensor and thermostat and connected to a 48 volt power supply unit. The maximum temperature is set to 18°C on the thermostat. The switch-on temperature is programmed to 14°C. If the wall temperature now falls below 14°C, the thermostat switches the heating surface on and off again when the set 18°C is reached. The walls remain permanently dry and the power consumption is also very low thanks to the interval switching.

This type of cellar wall drying is not just limited to the cellar. Wherever the problem of cold surfaces needs to be solved, the heated coating is used. Let us advise you!

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26. July 2020


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