Hydronic Heating

What is Hydronic Heating?

Hydronic heating using natural convection and radiant heat.Your home or workplace will achieve the warmth you desire without stirring dust and allergens or creating that stuffy feeling many other heating options such as central heating and split system air conditioners create.

The hydronic system simply heats water and moves it through sealed pipes to radiators throughout the home. Hydronic Heating heats water at its source via super energy efficient Gas Boilers. Once used the water is returned to be reheated via a recirculating system. Hydronic heat can be delivered using in floor or wall based systems.

The advantage of hydronic heating is that it is more efficient than reverse cycle air conditioning.

A cooling unit can be added to the hydronic heating system to ensure year round comfort.

In Floor Hydronic Heating

Polyethylene (PEX) pipes specially designed for floor heating. are installed in the concrete slab or cement screed with a coverage of at least 30mm from the top of the pipe.The pipes can also be laid above the slab between battens with natural wood flooring.

Infloor hydronic

Wall Hydronic heating

Polyethylene (PEX) pipes specially designed for floor heating. are installed in the concrete slab or cement screed with a coverage of at least 30mm from the top of the pipe.The pipes can also be laid above the slab between battens with natural wood flooring.

Hydronic Heating Radiator Ice Horizontal
Bosch Hydronic Wall Unit
hydronic bar radiator
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