As the Club of Rome noted in its groundbreaking report on the future of mankind, “The Limits to Growth”, back in 1972, a sustainable energy economy essentially consists of 3 aspects: the efficiency, consistency and the sufficiency of energy.
1. Energy efficiency (energy-saving concept)
2. Energy consistency (use of green energy)
3. Energy sufficiency (needs-based use)
Conventional heating systems (convection heating) do not meet any of these 3 requirements. Conventional radiant heating only meets the first two pillars (1 + 2).
The SALT VITALHEATER fulfills all requirements of a sustainable energy economy.
Because sustainable heating alone was not enough for us, we have expanded the 3-pillar concept of the Club of Rome with the two 2 additional pillars (4 + 5):
Planned longevity (modular design)
Each part can be replaced
replaced parts are repaired by us whenever possible and reintegrated into the product cycle
Real circular economy (cradle2cradle principle)
Our heaters are 98% recyclable
through the use of recyclable raw materials
we achieve a recycling rate of 98%
graph: "3+2 Pillars of a Sustainable Energy Economy" by SALZ+SALZ based on the graph: "Die drei Säulen nachhaltiger Energiewirtschaft" by Earlybird. license: CC BY-SA 4.0
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