THE MODULAR WALL

The ModulePanels are fixed to metal or wood support structures.

GROUTING THE PIPES

The pipe connections are 100 % tight. Once pressed, they last a lifetime.

The substructures for the ModularWall are made of timber studs or metal profiles. The structure can be constructed with or without surface panelling or cavity insulation and vapour retarders (vapour barrier). 

 

 

THE MODULAR WALL

The ModulePanels are fixed to metal or wood support structures.

 

 

THE PLASTER WALL HEATING AND COOLING

Sustainable and environmentally friendly. The SystemWall is an extremely efficient low temperature system.

Die SystemWand ist ein Komplett-System für den verputzten Ausbau. Sie garantiert optimale Wärmeübertragung und maximale Funktionalität für Heizen und Kühlen.

 

 

PROFILE OF A MODULEPANEL

The VarioModule pipe is already fully integrated in the rear of the ModulePanel.

Die Variotherm ModulWand ist für den Trockenbau konzipiert und somit auch das ideale Produkt für die sanfte Sanierung.

 

 

THE MODULAR WALL

The ModulePanels are fixed to metal or wood support structures.

The wall heating not only warms the air, but also operates using radiant heat: the infra-red waves hit furnishings and unheated surfaces at right-angles. They emit this energy in turn in the form of heat. The people in the room are warmed "from the inside".  

Mit der Variotherm Wandheizung fühlen Sie sich auch bei niedrigen Vorlauftemperaturen behaglich wohl.

 

 

THE PLASTER WALL HEATING AND COOLING

Sustainable and environmentally friendly. The SystemWall is an extremely efficient low temperature system.

Die SystemWand ist ein Komplett-System für den verputzten Ausbau. Sie garantiert optimale Wärmeübertragung und maximale Funktionalität für Heizen und Kühlen.
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From oil to air - Refurbishment 2.0

It all began with a harmless request. Mrs Hirschler asked her husband to repaint the house. However, the 24-year-old, ugly radiators were in the way. 

Herbert Hirschler, the owner of the house, has plenty of DIY experience, and decided he would take no half measures. As a master electrician, he has worked side by side with professional installation engineers for years. The professional connection of heating pumps and the electrical installation of thermoelectric actuators and room thermostats for heating systems are part of his daily work.

"I was able to gain valuable experience of the ingeniously simple installation of Variotherm wall heating on site at our customers’ premises. Also, we’ve always been looking for a way to cool our home to a comfortable temperature during the summer."

All this was enough to convince the Hirschlers to embark on an extensive renovation project, including conversion to a low-temperature heating system. They decided on a heating pump combined with Variotherm heating/cooling. They wanted to do away with the radiators on the walls. 

We created the breaches and laid the feed lines in just two days. Then, the finished, pre-configured heating manifold was installed. Finally we could dismantle the old radiators.

Simply and quickly installed

"Since we continued to live in the house during the renovation work, I completed one room, before moving on to the next." The U- and C-profiles of the metal structures were mounted to the walls. By contrast, mounting the individual ModulePanels was great fun. All the screw holes have already been premarked, which makes mounting easier. "That’s what I really like about Variotherm: the many small details that make your work easier." The Variotherm ModulePanels were then connected using press fittings. The first room was ready for plastering. 

A particular decorative feature of the living room is the stone wall, which was to be preserved. Here, Variotherm planning expert Mario Baumgartner had a great idea: a loam plaster wall with system wall heating/cooling instead of a ModuleWall drystone construction, in order to bring even more natural elements into the room.