“For nearly 40 years it has been my conviction, that a floor heating is the ideal heat dissipation, but also, floor heatings created no innovative developments in the last 40 years”, Achim Nierbeck said regarding to 5 years mfh systems GmbH.
KWD-globalpipe, 23.11.2017. The historical development of the foundation of JUPITER Heizsysteme GmbH in 1994 by Achim Nierbeck, the takeover of Danfoss in 2007 and the foundation of mfh systems GmbH in 2012 are well known. mfh is specialised in the development, production, audit and technical documentation of modern dry construction panel heating- and cooling systems for floors, walls and ceilings. The sale through system providers, which sell under their own brand names, brought them a high reputation among experts.
More than 10 million mfh heating elements were sold Europe-wide and more than 80% of them were installed in technically sophisticated redevelopment properties. The technical philosophy is consequent: 1. Heating water temperatures as low as possible / 2. Floor-structures as small as possible / 3. Heat output as fast as possible
As a result Achim Nierbeck summarizes: “The floor heating as a requirement heating – switch it on like light. Lazy heating systems no longer fit in with the current time at all.” Achim Nierbeck no longer sees itself as on operative managing director: mfh systems is headed by the managing shareholders Andreas Piephans (Master of Engineering, 36, Sale, Marketing) and Daniel Schuschan (Master of Engineering, 33, Technology), who successfully completed their education and study at JUPITER Heizsysteme GmbH.
“Both are answering every question about the technology of panel heatings, its regulation, about thermal- and sound insulation and about floor-structures. This expert know-how of 20 years is an inestimable value.” he said.
The own development of heat conducting dry screeds above, and insulating equalizing weights below the optimised heating surface, contributed to the fact that a complete floor-package as an optimal thermal output system is not available.
Upon the provoking request whether the process of development is finished, Nierbeck says: “If I have trained my two shareholder colleagues correctly in the past and understand them correctly in the future, we will have some further developments shortly before completion, which are further optimising the system. Moreover, a real innovation is being expected in the near future.” It remains exciting.
source: mfh systems GmbH, Germany, www.mfh-systems.com