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PEX radiant cooling installation
How a commercial hydronic radiant heating and cooling system works

A commercial radiant heating system heats structures by circulating warm water through flexible PEX pipe located underneath or within the floor. The warmth radiates up from the floor to deliver comfort to people and objects. A radiant cooling system cools structures by circulating cool water through PEX pipe underneath or within the floor. This technology absorbs heat back into the floor to provide cooling benefits.

Commercial radiant heating and cooling can be used alone or in conjunction with traditional forced-air systems. An underfloor heating and cooling system is compatible under any type of floor covering — carpet, wood, slate, tile, stone, laminate and concrete. 

Radiant heating and cooling vs. forced-air systems

Because water has a capacity to transport energy 3,500 times greater than air, a hydronic radiant heating and cooling system can bring comfort to a structure using less energy than a traditional forced-air system. This amounts to greater comfort and lower energy costs.