The latest edition of the ELEKTRA Hot News does include information on the new portable ELEKTRA MMV Heating Mats, the ELEKTRA OWD5 WiFi Temperature Controller, changes in the ELEKTRA SnowTec range and more…
ELEKTRA OWD5 WiFi already available!
New WiFi-enabled touchscreen temperature controller for electric underfloor heating, enabling users to control their heating system with an app. WiFi functionality is a natural next step, making sure that we have options that suit the most sophisticated systems out there. Essentially, the development work resulted in a cloud-based solution (…)
In October the product range will be enriched with a new controller ELEKTRA ELR 20.
ELEKTRA ELR 20 is a programmable electronic controller for flush installation, with an independent setting for time and temperature for six events daily. It is equipped with a large (2.9″) easy to read LCD display, as well as comfortable (…)
30 years of successful business activity, so many have passed since two young engineers founded the ELEKTRA company.
The jubilee was crowned with the finishing of the investment process of the new office building and production-warehouse plant. In January 2014, ELEKTRA moved from its location in Warsaw to Ozarow Mazowiecki, where the former production facilities were located. The new headquarters of the ELEKTRA (…)
Control of heating systems is entering a new dimension. The technical progress achieved thanks to fast development of communications (smartphones, tablets, etc.) is soon transferring onto ordinary home appliances. Now the time has come to get rid of all the knobs and dials. The new generation of temperature controllers follows in the direction of TFT screens – not only touchscreens (…)
Too low temperature has got a negative influence on binding of concrete – it is connected with a risk of freezing of water in the freshly laid concrete and consequent mechanical damage related to the increase (by over 9%) of water volume when freezing. The next risk is freezing of the surface of concrete and lack of complete binding in temperatures below 0°C (…)