Decrease the energy consumption on your building
PaveConvection is a new green method to cool roofs in the summer heat using nature’s own energy.
When the sun bakes during the summer, a flat roof in Scandinavia can get up to 35-40 °Celsius in the sun. In Mediterranean countries and in the Middle East the temperature on the roof can easily get up to 75 °Celsius in the sun. Consequently, a lot of energy is used to cool roofs and buildings.
This consumption can be reduced by using PaveConvection which makes you save money as well.
With PaveConvection, it is the rays from the sun that deliver the green energy for cooling. When the system is installed it is practically maintenance-free for the remainder of the life of the roof.
The system does not demand power or additional energy consumption which makes your building more environmentally friendly. Thus, PaveConvection gives your building a greener profile and reduces the energy consumption of your building.
Here is a roof terrace on a flat roof with tiles.
Without PaveConvection, the capping prevents cooler air to enter. Thereby, the hot air circulates between roof and tiles and retains the temperature level with the air right about the tiles.
The holes in the capping allows cool air to enter under the roof terrace that then ventilates the roof.
The hot tiles “suck” the cool air and release it again when the air is heated up. Thereby, a ventilation system of circular cooling under the tiles is created.
The energy of nature is, thereby, used to lower the temperature under the tiles to the same temperature as the shade.
Estimated energy consumption without PaveConvection.
Estimated energy consumption with PaveConvection. With the help of the energy of the sun, the air is replaced and the temperature of the roof is lowered.