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What are carbon nanotubes?

The existence of carbon in the form of tiny tubes (carbon nanotubes, CNT) was first discovered in the early 1990s. Single and multi-walled CNTs ranging in thickness from 0.4 to about 100 nanometers were detected.  They have been the subject of intensive research worldwide since then due to their exceptional properties. The electrical properties are also noteworthy: the current carrying capacity can be about a factor of 1,000 higher than comparable copper wires.
The new state of heat generation is incomparable with other systems, as it combines molecular nanotechnology with infrared heat and consequently represents a quantum leap in many areas of heat generation, i.e. in the medical field.

We are currently the largest manufacturer of nanocarbon infrared heating technology in Europe and manufacture our carbon nanotube (CNT) heating systems (thermal wave heating) exclusively in Germany in all sizes and performance ranges for industry, commerce, housing and process engineering. Machine series production has achieved unprecedented uniformity in surface temperatures. The surface of our wall and ceiling heating units consist exclusively of high quality fine ceramic plates, which sets us apart from all other manufacturers. This special ceramic plate guarantees an inimitable non-linear heat radiation output. The surface temperature of the ceramic tiles is around 75 °C for all wall and ceiling units.
Thanks to close cooperation with RWTH Aachen University and Maastricht University, we have come up with optimal solutions to ensure that our customers can benefit from our joint research in the best possible way.


For underfloor heating in residential construction, we have developed three versions, which you can see in our presentation film (patent pending). For the suspended Odenwald ceiling we manufacture special heating plates, which can be inserted with Euro grid size 61.5 x 61.5 cm.
Our heating units can be operated with alternating or direct current. Direct connection to a photovoltaic system is possible.
Overheating of the heating units is not possible because a fuse is installed as standard in the form of overheating protection.
All installed parts are not flammable and comply with DIN 4102-4, class: A2