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hydronic

A popular and cost-effective choice that pumps heated water from a boiler through tubing underneath the floor. In some systems, the temperature in each room is controlled by regulating the flow of hot water through each tubing loop. See also: Radiant-heated floors
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The simulation model takes into account the hydronic design temperature for heating components as radiators and ventilation coils.
Triple H Hydronics has been at the forefront of supplying custom, high quality hydronic heating panels for commercial, industrial and residential applications.
In this case, if the primary building HVAC system is conventional VAV with many reheat boxes, adding, subtracting, and relocating VAV reheat boxes in a reverse-return system does not require manual rebalance of the hydronic piping.
Despite an unpredictable market, Biren Patel, Middle East managing director of IMI Hydronic Engineering, says the Middle East-arm has managed to achieve double-digit growth compared to the first three quarters of last year.
The customized refrigeration system utilizes hydronics to recover waste heat from the refrigeration compressors, which is then used to heat the building, negating the need for natural gas or electricty.
I=B=R Ratings for Boilers, Baseboard Radiation, Finned Tube (Commercial) Radiation, and Indirect-Fired Water Heaters, The Hydronics Institute Division of AHRI.
In Ohio, for example, ex-offenders are not allowed to obtain a commercial contractor's license in HVAC, refrigeration, electrical, plumbing or hydronics from the Ohio Construction Industry Licensing Board.
Hydronics and Pneutronics--Applications (in Romanian), Editura Universitara, ISBN 978-973-749-463-4, Bucharest
The company, owned by partners Mel Buhler and Paul Neufeld, is a full-service mechanical contractor that also deals with conventional heating and cooling, plumbing and hydronics, water and sewer treatment.
Hydronics requires no ventilation so circulation of dust, odors, spores, and germs is also drastically reduced.
Uponor, formerly Wirsbo, a leading international supplier of PEX-a plumbing radiant heating and cooling and fire safety systems for residential and commercial buildings, joins several other organizations as a leading member of Green Mechanical, including Carrier, NIBCO, International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO), Ferris State University, Legend Valve, Mechanical Contractors Association of America, ABCO Refrigeration, Watts Radiant, United Association (UA), Floor Heat Company, Mechanical Contracting Education & Research Foundation (MCERF), Legend Hydronics, Bacharach, Fieldpiece, HVAC Excellence, and Mechanical Services Contractors of America (MSCA).
Several optimization problems related to the hydronics of HVAC systems, such as optimum sizing of channels, have been addressed by various authors (Capps 1995; Tosun and Akshin 1993; Coker 1991).