Hydronic heating systems involve supplying heat directly to the floor, or panels on the wall by circulating heated water through a series of pipes.
Hydronic systems depend largely on radiant heat transfer: the delivery of heat directly from the hot surface to the people and objects in the room.
Think of radiant heating like heat from the sun. On a sunny day, if you step from the shade into the sun, you’ll feel warmer even though the air temperature is basically the same. This is how radiant heating works. Temperature throughout the room is more constant than with a standard forced-air system, where the air raises, cools and then falls to the floor.
Hydronic heating has been the preferred choice of heating in Europe since the 1940s and currently makes up over 70% of all heating installations and is fast becoming the preferred choice throughout the world due to its energy efficiency, design flexibility and superior comfort.
There are three main types of Hydronic Heating, Under Floor, Diffusion Plate and Radiator Panels. Each of the systems has their own unique advantages and disadvantages depending on the application. The versatility of the three system means a hydronic system can be selected for any project that requires heating.
Our heating systems easily integrate with our hydronic cooling system providing the complete climate solution for residential and commercial projects.