Technical Data

This model shows the uneven distribution of heat when using a traditional source of heating in a room.
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This model shows the even distribution of heat provided by an A&J natural stone heating panel.
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Traditional Heating Methods.
Heating with an A&J Natural Stone Heating Panel.

23” x 16” x 1 ¼” 40” x 16” x 1 ¼” 43” x 20” x 1 ¼” 47" x 24" x 1 ¼”
Weight 38 74 96 120
KWH 0.32 0.59 0.89 1.26
W 300 600 900 1270
Amp 2.71 4.99 7.43 10.58
V 110 110 110 110
P.F. 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
Hz 60.0 60.0 60.0 60.0
VA 300 600 900 1270
Cost p.h. 0.03 0.07 0.10 0.15

KWH : A kilowatt hour (kWh) is a measure of how much energy you’re using.

Amp : Short for Ampere, Amp is a unit of electric current similar to the volume of water flowing through a pipe.

Volt (V) : Short for Voltage, Volt is the electrical unit of potential difference or force and is similar to the pressure of water flowing through a pipe. 

Watt (W) : Watt is the unit of power and is the product of Ampere and Voltage (amp X voltage). A 110 volt house power line running through a 20 amp circuit breaker could provide a maximum power of 2,200 watts. If you have multiple devices (lights, fans, heaters, coffee pots, etc.) on one circuit that exceed the maximum wattage you will “pop” your circuit breaker.

P.F. : In AC circuits, the power factor is the ratio of the real power that is used to do work and the apparent power that is supplied to the circuit. 

Hertz (Hz) : Hertz is a unit of frequency (of change in state or cycle in a sound wave, alternating current, or other cyclical waveform) of one cycle per second. 

VA : Volt-ampere (VA) is a measurement of power in a direct current ( DC ) electrical circuit.

Cost per Hour : This is the cost of operating the unit. (MN average .12 cent KWH)

Heating calculation

What size, and how many panels you will need to heat your space? See below chart for estimate.

We look forward to helping you integrate radiant heating into your home.

SQ FT 8' Ceiling Supplemental Primary
50-70 300 Watt 300 Watt
100 600 Watt 600 Watt
150 600 Watt 900 Watt
200-250 900 Watt 1270 Watt
300-350 1270 Watt 2x900 Watt
400-550 2x1270 Watt 3x900,1x600 Watt