Wall heating systems operate on the same principle as floor heating systems, with very low water temperatures and short response times. The wall becomes a draught-free lowtemperature radiator, which emits warmth as gentle radiant heat and provides a pleasant living environment.
The temperature resistance of copper is not limited to high temperatures. Copper reacts equally well to cold. As the temperature drops, the strength and ductility of copper increase. This is in sharp contrast to other materials which may, for example, become brittle when exposed to cold.
This is why copper has, for decades now, been the standard material for air conditioning and cooling installations.