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Boilers & Hydronics
The “HARDI Unitary HVAC Market Share Report” provides market share data and analysis detailing unitary sales based on product efficiency for both ducted and ductless cooling equipment, as well as furnaces and boilers.
In newer modulating/condensing boilers, many of their heat exchangers had to sacrifice two very desirable qualities in the interest of being small and light.
Adding 20 percent more Btu than its GU100 Model, the Eternal GU120 Model provides homeowners with hot water for up to two applications simultaneously.
Designed for hydronic heating systems, the Modulex EXT Boiler Series can be installed in a variety of light commercial and commercial applications.
Designed for the commercial heating market, the Endura™ is a vertical firetube-design boiler.
Modular, the AirCell is a compact, high-efficiency hydronic air handler for commercial and residential applications.
Some customers consider radiant heating a new and untested technology, while others categorize it as a luxury beyond what they can afford. Either way, industry leaders agree it’s time to bust these myths and introduce radiant heat to the masses
Once upon a time, air and water didn’t mix. But now, according to manufacturers in the hydronic and radiant heat market, there is an increasing move toward integrating hydronic and HVAC systems.
As the noted philosopher Mr. Michael “Iron Mike” Tyson once said, “Everyone has a plan, ’til they get punched in the mouth.”
There’s a strong push to grow the hydronic and radiant market, and one of the forces behind that push is Mark Eatherton, the Radiant Professionals Alliance's new executive director.