A radiant heating and cooling system refers to temperature-controlled surfaces that exchange heat with their surrounding environment through convection and radiation. In radiant heating and cooling systems, thermal radiation covers more than 50% of the heat exchange within space.
Radiant systems refers to the panels or embedded building components (floors, ceilings and walls). Radiant heating and cooling systems can be used in commercial, residential, education and recreational buildings. The application depends upon the climate conditions and on ventilation system used.
Cove.tool support Radiant Systems with:
a. Water Cooled Chiller / Gas Boiler
b. Ground Source Heat Pump