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So you think you know radiant eh….

I saw many jobs where the physical plant and the distribution systems didn’t have parity Plumbing and hydronics do have some very close relationships in that they both utilize pipes to transport water, but the similarities stop right there No one seems to take the time necessary to read and follow the instructions that most manufacturers of critical system components provide

I talk to people on a daily basis about radiant heating and radiant cooling systems. Many people have a fairly good grasp on the basics of radiant. Some even think that if you load up a joist bay with as much tubing as you can stuff in there that it will work. Maybe yes, maybe no. Having been in the consulting business prior to taking my position with the Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA), I saw many jobs where the physical plant and the distribution systems didn’t have parity. Think

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