Aquatherm Black System For Radiant Heating & Cooling
Hydronic radiant heating and cooling systems control the climate of a structure by circulating warm or cool water through tubing underneath or within a room’s floor. These systems work in two ways. To heat, the system radiates heat up from the floor to warm the room and objects touching the floor. To cool, the pipes of the system absorb heat from the room and distribute it back into the floor to provide cooling benefits. The Aquatherm Black System offers a radiant heat and cooling solution that is ideal for use in offices, hospitals, hotels, apartments, and other commercial applications. In addition to providing comfort as a quiet, efficient radiant cooling and heating solution, the Aquatherm Black System saves times, energy, money over traditional forced air systems.
Why Choose the Aqautherm Black System?
The Aquatherm Black systems utilize a series of wall or ceiling panels to heat or cool a space using radiant energy. With this technology, the temperature of a room is easily controllable. An automatic change-over between hot or cold water allows occupants to control a room’s temperature to create a suitable environment. Additionally, chambers in the systems allow for different temperatures in different zones of a building to keep all occupants at their desired temperature. For contractors, the Aquatherm Black System is easy to install. The complete system is 24.45 mm thick which allows it to fit below the plaster layer or behind drywall. In addition, the system’s pipe grids are made from rectangular manifolds which allow them to easily be linked for an easy connection. The Aquatherm Black System is available on a limited application, as-approved basis in the United States. For information about this product and potential applications of it, please contact email@example.com.
At N.H. Yates, we know water. If you are a contractor that wants more information about the Aquatherm Black System, or any other Aquatherm L.P. product, contact the water professionals at N.H. Yates today!