Comparing technologies

The benefits of aluminium

Almost until 1960, radiators were made ​​of steel or cast iron. As a result, these were heavy and not practical in many ways. In 1961, Sira Industrie registered the revolutionary worldwide patent for Bimetal, namely a steel/aluminium radiator whose merits were immediately appreciated by the market.
The success of aluminum radiators over the years confirms the potential and real benefits of heating with aluminium.

The advantages of aluminium radiators are :

  • excellent conductivity , low thermal inertia and high heat exchange
  • a considerable saving of energy because i reacts very quickly to temperature changes
  • environmentally friendly because 100% recyclable
  • considerably light , and also very practical and easy to install
  • unalterable to external agents

The benefits of steel

Bimetal patented technology combines the advantages of steel with those of aluminium. The internal closed steel circuit provides strength and neutrality from the potential corrosive force of water, the total absence of maintenance and a durability that is even higher than that of traditional cast iron radiators.

The benefits of electric radiators

Electric radiators provide a viable and affordable alternative to traditional radiators: thanks to the extreme ease of installation and the total absence of maintenance, they represent the ideal solution for second homes or houses without a central heating or with undersized heating systems. They are, moreover, particularly convenient when used in combination of renewable energies (such as photovoltaic panels), particularly where financial incentives apply.