The future of heating.

Rointe heating systems are designed to meet the growing demand for efficient and environmentally friendly heating products. The combination of electricity as fuel and high quality materials, allows our heating solutions to provide comfort and warmth using natural convection. 

 

As the world moves to renewable energy electricity generation to lower our carbon footprint, homes with Rointe electric heating products can take advantage sooner. A positive for both the environment and the user. 

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ELECTRICITY

The future is electric.

Since the very beginning, we have always felt the need to develop new and improved objects to increase our quality of life. We use our knowledge, and that of others, alongside materials and tools that have evolved over time, to create something technologically advanced. 

 

This technological evolution has gone hand in hand with the discovery of new energy sources, such as electric power. A cleaner, more reliable and cheaper energy source, electricity has allowed us to manufacture new products and improve the design and operation of existing ones, to make them more efficient and ecological. 

 

This is the case with heating.


The discovery of electricity and its use for heating is the last step in our evolution towards a more comfortable and ecological future.

Currently, this energy source is becoming more widespread in many sectors such as transport, light, appliances and in the home.

 

We are aware, more now than ever, that previous fuel sources are exhausted and damage our environment. The use of clean and efficient electrical energy is paramount to the preservation of the world.

Here at Rointe, we develop and manufacture heating and D.H.W. solutions that are 100% electric and energy efficient. We are committed to providing the most innovative and sustainable electric heating solutions on the market. 

We offer our customers the future of electric heating, today.

COMFORT

True thermal comfort.

Satisfaction with the thermal environment is vital, as it directly influences your productivity and health. Maintaining a high level of thermal comfort within buildings is one of the important goals of HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) design engineers and manufacturers like ourselves. 

 

By studying “comfort parameters”, it has been concluded that most people feel comfortable within a temperature range between 20 and 22°C. This may vary between individuals, depending on factors such as activity level, clothing and the relative humidity of the environment.

Based on these figures, we have strived to ensure this temperature is maintained whilst taking careful consideration of other parameters, such as ensuring heat is delivered without hot or cold draughts, a stable temperature with minimum fluctuations and making sure moisture in the air stays at a healthy and comfortable level. 

 

With all of these aspects in mind, we design our electric heating solutions so that absolute comfort and well-being can be maintained, whilst also offering savings on electricity through energy efficiency.

HEAT DISSIPATION

The key to maximum comfort.

Heat is the transfer of kinetic energy from one medium or object to another, or from a source of energy to a medium or object. This energy transfer can occur in three ways: conduction, convection and radiation.

Conduction


Takes place when two material media or objects are in direct contact, and the temperature of one is higher than the other. It transfers thermal energy between the two objects.

Radiation


Energy, in the form of electromagnetic radiation, is emitted by a heated surface in all directions and travels directly to the point of absorption. The heat can only travel in a straight line until it meets an absorbing surface.  

Convection


Occurs when a liquid or gas carries energy from a warmer region to a cooler region. This can only be produced in fluids whose particles can displace, either by convection or forced circulation (ventilators, heat pumps, etc).
 

Room temperature stability.

Due to the use of heat transfer by natural air convection, our radiators introduce cool air into the bottom part of the radiator and raises the temperature by passing through the interior over the heating element. The design of our radiators, with upper fins and high heat transfer thermal oil, allows the temperature of the room to be even and constant with a variation of only ± 0.25ºC.

ALUMINIUM

The importance of choosing the right material.

The coefficient of thermal conductivity is a characteristic that measures the ability to conduct the heat of each material.

For example, air has a very low thermal conductivity, whereas aluminium

has a better relation between conductivity and cost. That’s why all of our

radiators are built with high quality, pure aluminium alloy.