Radiant systems have successfully been used in Europe for more than 25 years as a standard practice of energy efficient cooling and heating.

Capillary Tubes
Capillary tubes (mats)made of polypropylene placed closed to each other can be imbedded in plaster, gypsum board or mounted on ceiling panels. This system provides an even surface temperature due ..
Dedicated Outside Air System & Enthalpy wheel
A DOAS (Dedicated Outside Air System) conveys 100% outside air to each conditioned space via a small ducts, DOAS excels at humidity control and thus nearly eradicates microbial ...
Humidity and Dew Point Control
Humidity is the local and seasonal changing phenomena containing water in the air, which depends upon the regional climate as well as the individual usage of the rooms such askitchen, bathrooms, laundries etc.
Sub-stations which consist of a pump, zone valves, an expansion tank, heat exchangers, piping, manifold and all associated controls based on the load and zone distribution requirements. Central sub-station ....

Radiant Cooling Corporation (RCC) offers a unique blend of design, estimating, product delivery. We can also find installation and maintenance contractors for the systems, thus bringing your new project into the 21st century.

Traditionally, radiant systems have been used for heating by circulating a heated fluid through PEX or copper pipes most likely in the floor which provides heating. The radiant energy transfer is caused by a warm surface giving up it heat to a cooler surface (your body). This radiant energy travels through space without heating the space itself. It only turns into heat when it contacts a cooler surface. Radiant cooling works very much the same way, except the heat transfer is in the opposite direction. Instead of a heated fluid, a chilled fluid is circulated through capillary tubes located in the ceiling or walls. The capillary mats in the ceiling or walls then absorb the thermal energy radiating from people and other sensible load, lowering the mean radiant temperature of the room.

The major difference between cooled ceilings and air conditioning is the heat transport mechanism. Air conditioning uses convection only using air distribution through duct work, but radiant cooling uses a combination of radiation and convection. The amount of radiant heat transfer can be as high as fifty five percent, while convection accounts for the remainder. read more
  • Save Energy
  • Smaller chiller
  • Indoor Air Quality!
  • Zoning Capabilities!
  • Utility room requires less space
  • Piping is not Insulated
  • Testing and balancing made simpler
  • Reduced maintenance and operating cost
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