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Digital Warmth™

The Warming Surfaces Company offers an innovative technology which turns surfaces in our living environments into smart warming surfaces. Imagine if you could control warmth around you instantaneously and effortlessly as controlling lighting. Warmth only when and where needed.


We are digitalizing heating for the age of sustainability.

Building better environment sustainable

Current heating systems are slow, bulky, and power hungry. Space heating is the single biggest source of energy consumption and CO2 emissions in buildings in the EU: 63% of energy consumed by households (48% in N.America). Further with the growing global population, an estimated 13 000 new buildings need to be built every day until 2050 to provide housing for everyone. Conventional resource intensive ways of building heating systems and powering them is not sustainable.
We bring to market a digital heater technology that turns any surfaces in our living environments into smart warming surfaces. Fast response Digital Warmth™ electrical heaters integrate to a wide range of surface materials and make controlling warmth near real-time and as effortless as controlling lighting. Real-time warmth from intelligent surfaces is set to improve energy efficiency in buildings by over 20%, while at the same time increasing comfort of living and work efficiency.

Our heater elements are based on Printed Intelligence production technology developed at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, which uses energy and material resources extremely wisely and efficiently. This technology allows us to reduce consumption during the whole chain from production into recycle phase, creating true sustainable products. We can use fully recycled metals in our production without the need of plastics. Creating thin ultra thin and light weight digital heater elements we reduse the need of materials into ultimate minimum, making instantly reacting units which can be integrated into almost any surfaces surround us.



Digitalizing heating for the age of sustainability.

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