Hydronic Heating Systems

Hydronics is the name for the use of water as the heat-transfer medium in a heating and cooling system.

Hydronic Heating is so efficient and comfortable because it uses water to transfer heat throughout the building for one good reason....water is the ultimate transfer medium.

Some of the oldest and most common examples are steam and hot-water radiators. In large-scale commercial buildings such as high-rise and campus facilities, a hydronic system may include both a chilled and a heated water loop, to provide for both heating and air conditioning. Chillers and cooling towers are used separately or together as means to provide water cooling, while boilers heat water. In addition, many larger cities have a district heating system that provides, through underground piping, publicly available steam and chilled water. By paying a service fee, a building in the service district may be connected to these.

Hydronic systems are of three basic types:

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