Our thanks to hydronic engineer par excellence Robert Bean for bringing this to our attention. An engineering paper on the offices of an Indian IT company demonstrates that radiant cooling is cheaper to install and operate than conventional HVAC. The large office building has two symmetrical halves, one cooled conventionally and one cooled by radiant.
The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) and the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association (IGSHPA) have signed a memorandum of understanding to cross promote the application of ground source heat pump technology where it overlaps with radiant heating and cooling systems....More
The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) has extended the entry deadline for its System Design Showcase 2014 competition to Nov. 1, providing an extra three months of time for designers and contractors to demonstrate their creativity and finesse in design and competence in installation before their peers in the radiant and hydronic industry....More
The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) is gearing up for its Annual Meeting and Conference, which will include the Board of Directors election, educational seminars and presentation of the System Design Showcase Awards....More
The Radiant Professionals Alliance and ASSE International are seeking professional input toward the development of an American National Standards Institute recognized standard for hydronic and radiant heating/cooling designers and installers....More