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Uponor recently welcomed approximately 60 consulting and specifying engineers from across North America to its first-ever Radiant Cooling Engineering Summit-a day and a half of lectures and discussions, a product exposition and even actual project tours, all focused on this rapidly growing, energy-saving technology for commercial buildings.
“Since 2005, radiant heating and cooling system specifications have risen 36 percent, so that approximately 8.5 percent of all new commercial construction is now specified with this technology," said summit program host Dan Sullivan, LEED® AP, CEM, Uponor senior product manager-commercial radiant business. "By 2013, that fraction is projected to rise to around 13 percent."
Held in April at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, the Radiant Cooling Engineering Summit took place concurrently with the 2010 Uponor Convention, which itself drew a record 688 attendees-mainly plumbing and mechanical contractors, as well as distributors and independent sales agents.