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Restoring the original tempering hot-air heating system, Castle Lednice

Case study - Lednice castle

Originally two warm air systems in 1850, were at the beginning of the 20th century merged into one. So few. Cannonballs stove, replaced by a single, more efficient kaloriferovým heater. As fuel is used the wood. The system heated by technical background in the first and second floors flagship towers, Family, Knights and Billiard Room.

In the research the original climate regime in the Family and the Knights' Hall, was to use the existing hot-air distribution. The heating chambers are installed three electric convector total output of 7.5kW, controlled Multilogerem M1140 Comet. This device monitors and evaluates the temperature and humidity in the Family and the Knights' Hall.

The aim is to keep the temperature above the dew point and reduce condensation in those rooms. Furthermore, controlled temperature and humidity in the heating chamber and Grotte (artificial stalactite cave), where the entire device is installed.

Ing. Jan Červenák

V Chaloupkách 401/31                           
198 00  Praha 9
Czech Republic