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HEATING USING IN WALL AND IN CEILING RADIANT
In wall and in ceiling hydronic (water based) heating and cooling systems have been offered in two versions. One version involves mortaring
small capillary tube grids directly into walls and ceiling. When supplied with hot or cold water, this grid radiates warmth or cooling that is
superbly comfortable and noiseless.
The other version utilizes steel panels that are mounted on the ceiling and supplied with hot water from the boiler or cold water from a
chiller. This is a less costly approach than mortaring in capillary tubes and is especially useful in office buildings where spaces may be
re-configured and in homes where contemporary architecture or retrofitting makes duct space very limited or non existent.
As with all hydronic systems, these technologies are quiet, clean, offer superior comfort and are very energy efficient.