Heating bathrooms on yachts

DEVI intelligent electric heating systems provide high comfort for passengers of  yachts.

Electrical heating solutions for transportation allow for a high comfort level for passengers and the lowest energy consumption for carriers. DEVI systems ensure high comfort for passengers in cabins and bathrooms on board ships.

The electric heating systems are designed to ensure the lowest possible energy consumption.



Project Overview:

  • Project size: 337 m²
  • DEVIheat™ 150 and DEVIreg™ 120 were used for this project
Project overview

Equipment:

 

DEVIheat™ 150

 

DEVIreg™ 120

 

Project size:

337 m² 

Year of implementation:

2002-2004 

Heating mats
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DEVIheat™ is a high-quality, braided screen; self-adhesive all-in-one mat with FEP insulated conductors and a red PVDF outer sheath (non UV stable). The round profile, very low height (only 2.5 mm) and robust construction ensures a fast, simple and safe installation perfect for renovating existing floors. The two cold leads have clearly visible connections to avoid accidentally installing the heated cable in the wall. To ensure a long life-time, all cables are minutely inspected including tests for Ohmic resistance, high voltage and material controls to ensure the quality. This means that we are proud to supply our full floor extended DEVIwarranty™.
Thermostats
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The DEVIreg™ 130 is a simple electronic thermostat to be installed directly on the wall, using a floor sensor (wire) to measure and control the desired floor temperature. The thermostat has a dial for adjusting the temperature setting with a scale from 1 to 5. Furthermore, the thermostat has an LED indicating the current mode (heating, standby or fault). The DEVIreg™ 132 is a simple electronic thermostat to be installed directly on the wall, using a room sensor to control the room temperature and a floor sensor (wire) to limit the maximum floor temperature. The thermostat has a dial for adjusting the temperature, with a scale from 5° C - 35° C and an LED indicating the current mode (heating, standby or fault).