Hydronic Heating

Hydronic heating is the use of water as a heat transfer medium in home, commercial, and industrial heating systems. The oldest and most common examples of hydronic heating systems are steam and hot water radiators.

Hydronic Heating Companies

  • McCoy Sales is an leading distributor of a full range of hydronic heating systems, components, and controls for any application. Serving Metro Denver and the Rocky Mountain region. Visit mccoysales.com for more information.

Modern hydronic heating systems offer quiet, energy efficient heating. Hydronic heating uses a number of pipes or tubes arranged as panels. These panels can are most commonly placed beneath the flooring of a room or building, but they can be installed in the walls and/or ceiling, as well. Water heated in boilers is forced through the pipes or tubes that make up the hydronic heating panels. A constant flow of heated water passes through the system, as the radiant heat from the water raises the room or building to the desired temperature.

Whereas typical forced air heaters heat the entire building to the same temperature, hydronic heating systems have the advantage of being able to keep different rooms within the same building at different temperatures. A hydronic heating system is also much easier to install into existing structures than a forced air heating system.

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