Radiant cooling uses panels in the ceiling containing pipes through which cold water passes. This water absorbs the heat radiated from the room silently, and unseen. Heat always travels to colder areas. Therefore areas that are ‘colder’ will always attract heat rays to them. The hot ‘rays’ travel from the radiant heat element until they reach a surface, such as a wall, floor or piece of furniture. There are no hot or cold spots in an environment heated or cooled from the ceiling because radiation expands equally in all directions.
Calibre are approved installation contractors for Radiana Ceiling Cooling Systems.