Hydronic Cooling Systems
Radiant cooling uses cooled surfaces to remove heat by radiation and convection. Radiant systems that use water to cool the surfaces are called hydronic systems. Unlike air conditioning systems that circulate cooled air, hydronic cooling systems circulate cooled water in pipes incorporated into floors, ceilings, or walls. Using water to cool your home has some significant advantages over using air conditioning systems.
Cooling System Types
Chilled hydronic slabs
Ceiling and wall hydronic panels
Australian Hydronic Heating and Cooling, a division of AJ’s Plumbing Pty Ltd, work with a German designed SorTech Chiller, which converts hot water into cool. The cooling process does not rely on electricity but operates mechanically, thus providing sustainable and cost effective energy.
Benefits of hydronic cooling systems
If you are considering options for cooling you house, whether new build or retrofitted, why not contact Australian Hydronic Heating and Cooling to have a discussion about how a hydronic cooling system may work for you.