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New Central Heating System

Postby chrisn » Wed Aug 31, 2005 5:32 pm

In October this year I will introduce the Lexin Central Heating system in Cyprus.

Some highlights of the system are: Most comfortable and safest way of heating for the human body, Only 1 or 2 degrees difference in temperature in whole area, Most stable atmospheric humidity, Based on electricity, Very low energy consumption (40 to 45% cheaper than oil), Maintenance free – every year, Long life span, Easy installation, No pipes for gas or oil, no radiators, No separate room for your oil tank or CV System, No chimney for oil or gas, Noiseless, Odorless (No smell of oil or gas), No dust circulation, Each room can be controlled individually, Best value for money.

More info on our website: www.lexin.info

Let me know by email ([email protected]) if you need more info or for a demo at Cyprus in October.
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Postby devil » Thu Sep 01, 2005 10:51 am

I didn't look at the website, because you have to download > 100 kb of rubbish before you can gain access. A sure way of losing custom when your clients are forced by CYTA to be on DUN.
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Postby sk » Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:42 pm

i checked the site,it looks very interesting....of course my knowledge on the topic doesnt help me to decide if its financialy better than other systems but aesthetically it definately looks much better!!!
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Price indication

Postby chrisn » Fri Sep 02, 2005 3:51 pm

The average cost for a complete Lexin installation for a house of about 140 square meters would be around CYP 2800 without VAT

The cost of operation (electricity costs) for this house on Cyprus would be CYP 110 the whole year.
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Postby sneezing7 » Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:12 pm

A very interesting concept.

I do have to ask though; how effective would mounting the panels up high be (ie: up on a wall, roof, etc....)? Does this work well?

Wouldn't it work better mounting them as low as possible?
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Postby Sotos » Fri Sep 02, 2005 4:30 pm

Wouldn't it work better mounting them as low as possible?

I agree. Hot air moves up. Cold air moves down. :P
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At the ceiling

Postby chrisn » Fri Sep 02, 2005 7:16 pm

Placing at the ceiling (if your ceiling is not higher than 3 meters) is the best.

We do not heat air with this kind of heating but we heat up objects, we almost have no air circulation with this system. The temperature in your room is almost everywhere the same, a maximum difference of 1 to 2 degrees between floor and ceiling.
Humidity is between 40 to 50%

Anybody who needs a little more technical info post me your email and I will send you a more technical descpription.
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Postby Sotos » Sat Sep 03, 2005 7:25 pm

We do not heat air with this kind of heating but we heat up objects

If the air is not heated then how do people feel warmer? Maybe you can explain your system here a bit :?:
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More Lexin info

Postby chrisn » Sun Sep 04, 2005 3:10 pm

Traditional Central Heating Systems (Oil burner with radiators) is based on convection.
In this way the air is used as a medium for heat transport, a radiator transports warm air that rises up to the ceiling as cold air is being sucked in at the base and heated, creating an airflow with dust which heats the entire residence.

Infrared Heating waves of Lexin require no extra medium to transport warmth, it’s a natural and important source of heat transferral and does not use the air as transportation medium.
Lexin screens emit far or biogenetic invisible infrared light with a wavelength of 10.000 nanometers. These waves reach an object in the room (walls, ceilings, floors, interior objects, humans, animals, etc) and are either absorbed by them or are reflected. In turn, the waves which are reflected by an object touch other objects until the waves are completely absorbed, secondarily the ambient air will also warm up and reach a temperature of 20°C for example. The intensity of both the air temperature and the heating now remain constant. With this kind of heating we have minimal amounts of dust and a pleasant but not high humidity, causing a pleasant room climate.
Also the development of mould and mildew is virtually impossible because moisture condensation cannot occur (even in the case of rooms which are not aired often).

If you need more information just let me know.
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Re: Price indication

Postby coredump » Sun Sep 04, 2005 8:42 pm

chrisn wrote:The cost of operation (electricity costs) for this house on Cyprus would be CYP 110 the whole year.

Sounds very good.
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