- Radiant, sometimes called under-floor, heating is a way to heat a building by circulating warm water through a network of RAUPEX® piping, typically embedded in concrete.
- The warm surfaces radiate to the objects and people in the space, creating a comfortable environment.
- You don’t need to step out of the shower on to a freezing tile or sit in a different part of the office to avoid a forced-air draft anymore!
What do people love about radiant cooling?
- By circulating cool fluid from a chiller or heat pump through a radiant panel, you can actively lower the surface temperatures in the room. This lets you silently condition a warm space, even if it has high ceilings, like an atrium.
- Radiant cooling can be use in conjunction with radiant heating systems, utilizing the same network of RAUPEX® pipe, embedded in a surface. For the ultimate in efficiency, couple radiant cooling with geoexchange systems.
- Radiant cooling is an energy efficient way to address sensible loads in a space.