Global warming and its devastating effects
are becoming more and more the order of the day.
It is therefore necessary to adopt measures
aimed at the rapid reduction of these effects.
In legal terms,
the 31/2010 directive, also known as NZEB (Nearly zero energy buildings), completely changes the building paradigm, requiring buildings to have a near zero energy balance, ie that the energy consumed and the energy captured by the buildings are equivalents.
This directive, which is compulsory, will enter into force for new constructions from
1 January 2019
for Public Buildings
1 January 2021
for Private Buildings
And so the concept was born
A strong beginning.
The idea of developing a revolutionary product came from two specific problems:
- increasing the price of energy resources
- their effects on climate changes.
Subsequently, a solution was used that would use a multilayer aluminum or copper core that would minimize weight and maximize absorbed energy.
This solution was the starting point of an SI R & D project in co-promotion with the University of Aveiro where new values were added to the product.
The innovation exists.
4 Fantastic Advantages
Uses the Sun to heat water at a very low cost, compared to conventional technology.
Provides particulate filter air, thus removing any dust, traces or bacteria from the air. Ensures adequate air change level and monitors CO2 levels.
With the free cooling we were able to cool a space using a cooler environment and expel the warmer air out of the building.
Also heats the building from non-sanitary hot water, so it can be used for underfloor heating,
radiators, fan coils and others.