Roth temperature control skirting - ideal surface temperatures in every single spot

Optimisation thanks to highly efficient ClimaComfort temperature control skirting
In old buildings, draughts can be felt and mould can form on external walls, on window reveals, in areas where ceilings meet walls and in corners where external walls meet internal ones. This is down to thermal bridges, which reduce the surface temperature of the wall in a localised area. With Roth's high-performance temperature control skirting, even these parts of a building can be made cosy and comfortable by increasing the surface temperature at such spots. The temperature control skirting consists of a highperformance heat-conducting composite film (with a thermal conductivity of around 300 W/mK) and a flexible, highperformance insulating layer (WLG 0,013) that is 5 mm thick.        

Window reveal with ClimaComfort Panel System and ClimaComfort temperature control skirting
The IBP has assessed typical window reveal conditions with Roth ClimaComfort® temperature control skirting, using a range of two-dimensional thermal bridges. When connected to the ClimaComfort panel, the surface temperature qsi increases from 10,7 °C to 15,8 °C, significantly above the surface temperature of 12,6 °C required by DIN 4108-2.