Radiant heating and cooling systems are not new to the North American market, but there’s a strong trend toward incorporating both, especially for tightly controlled environments such as commercial spaces.
Demand for radiant heating and cooling is on the rise. A 2021 report from Research and Markets predicted the global hydronic system market would grow by $1.3 billion from 2021 to 2025, progressing at a compound annual growth rate of 7%.
By now, everyone has heard the message that prefabrication is the answer to greater job-site productivity, installation consistencies and project profitability. However, there’s a new trend beginning to take hold that offers even better results for large commercial projects looking to maximize smart building design with radiant heating and cooling systems.
On projects that require hydronic distribution for heating/cooling, snow melting, geothermal, biomass and district energy management, REHAU INSULPEX pre-insulated pipe delivers convenience
and energy-efficiency far beyond metal piping, the company says.