Optimal panel heating / cooling for plastered wall surfaces. When it is a matter of keeping system temperatures low and generating optimal homeliness in your living space or in rooms used in a comparable manner, panel heating is absolutely the right choice. Depending on the situation, the wall heating provides a problem-free alternative or is an ideal supplement to underfloor heating. In the case of cladding with increased heat transmission resistance, e.g. a wooden board flooring, or if existing floor coverings are to be retained during refurbishment, or if for example, the underfloor heating power is not enough.
The x-net C21 wall heating plaster system is the optimal panel heating / cooling solution for rooms with plastered walls. The normal types of plaster are: gypsum, lime, lime-gypsum, gypsum-cement or cement-based plaster as well as clay plaster.
Clever control for panel heating and cooling. This means the desired heating comfort can be set individually for every room. Clever control also means: Save cleverly. x-net control is available in two product lines, to precisely suit the particular requirements.
Simple and easy control of your floor heating/-cooling on your tablet.
Controlling the heat in your own home when you want and where you want - Kermi Smart Home makes it possible. The intelligent system for digital, location-independent control of the "Kermi system x-optimised" conveniently conducts all the components of the heating system via smartphone and tablet. Other devices such as home lighting or shutters can be incorporated into the system.
Using x-center base, the headquarters of Kermi Smart Home and with your comfort control, you can easily control your x-net underfloor heating/cooling while at home or while out and about and control the room temperature. For intelligent living and maximum comfort for a sense of well-being.
For new and old buildings. Comfortable warmth with quick reaction from the wall.
With their exceptionally effective sound and vibration absorption Kermi heat pumps generate scarcely more noise emission than a ticking alarm clock.