Unique architecture brings out deep feelings. Warm feelings. The feeling that all comes together. MEINERTZ supplies this in full. Supplier of the detail that literally brings out warm feelings. Supplier of room heating for those, who would like to go beyond the standard solution. The supplier, specialising in being a competent partner for the architect, when ideas are translated into efficient and unique design solutions.
MEINERTZ specialises in heating systems and integrated solutions for new builds, refurbishments and architectural projects. The company provides trench heating solutions, minimalistic heating panels, radiators, convectors, finned tubes and bench radiators.
Radiators and convectors for the design industry
A range of radiators and convectors are available, including the C series, a compact design with distinctive ends, or T series, which has a subtle design with an optional top grille and no visible joints.
Other radiator or convector options are the TS series for a slim design or the TF plan for horizontal or vertical radiator solutions.
The height of radiators varies from 70mm to 980mm, with lengths of up to 6,000mm. All MEINERTZ convectors and radiators can be produced in curved or angled versions.
With finned tube sizes from 73mm to 164mm, and up to 6,000mm in length, the tubes can be customised and curved to match the shape of the building, or produced as elements of more tubes for a distinct design.
All heating solutions are manufactured to specific dimensions and scaled according to the required heat output.
A minimalistic design of a heating solution can be achieved by choosing a trench solution, such as MEINERTZ ProLine convection grilles or the Convec FloorLine comfort panel.
Finned tubes can be used for a raw and rustic look. The MEINERTZ convector and radiator range are traditional heating solutions, which can be slimmed down or given a flat front.
The company’s range of design radiators cover different bench solutions and can be specially designed to be mounted on large glazing units to prevent cold draughts.
Convection grilles and heaters
ProLine convection grilles are a discreet solution, which will not interfere with any views. With a built-in height of 100mm, the trench heater has a section of water filled tubes working as the convector unit, and one or two side grilles.
Convection panels are available in lengths of up to 6,000mm and can be connected in a series of up to 18m. The panels can be delivered pre-mounted in steel trenches.
Compact heating panels for new builds and refurbishments
Convec comfort panels have small finned copper tubes and a fan to ensure the required heat and flow of the panel.
The minimalistic design of the Convec comfort panel is characterised by its dimensions of 60mm x 135mm, which makes it suitable for new builds and refurbishments.
If more heat output is required, Convec comfort panels can be produced in a twin version with the same height and double width.
Comfort panels come in lengths of 1,000mm-3,500mm with either black or brushed aluminium grilles. Other colours are available on request.
Meinertz’s design range includes bench solutions such as L-Line, SkyLine Plinth, SKA-Line, and TX Plinth. The range also offers SkyLine, which can be mounted at large glazing units to avoid cold draughts.
Heating solutions are designed at MEINERTZ’s RadLab. MEINERTZ is popular among architects, planning companies and big building companies through its innovative and comprehensive solutions.
The company operates with either their own sales representatives or with distributors on every European market, as well as in the US and Australia.
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