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The Battle of PVC. vs. Aluminum—Who Wins? [Infographic]

In the world of windows and doors, there is a myriad of choices. When it comes to commercial projects, some architects and contractors will opt for the habitual aluminum windows and doors, when in fact, vinyl (uPVC) systems are a far better choice. Read here why.

The Wonders of Compression-Seal Technology [Infographic]

Ah, compression-seal technology—the super-seal that performs wonders in REHAU windows and doors! But what is it exactly? And how does it work?

Efficiency in Aircraft Hangar Heating

Simulation evaluates efficiency and life-cycle costs of 3 heating options – forced-air unit heaters, gas-fired overhead infrared heaters, hydronic radiant in-slab heating.

Battling Budget Cuts with High Performance School Buildings

Energy-efficient technologies such as radiant heating and cooling can help schools and universities deal with budget restrictions.

Heating a Hangar: A Parametric Analysis of Simulated Heating Systems

The economic implications of heating a typical hangar have significant impact on life-cycle costs. Specifying the appropriate system can make a tremendous difference.

By |July 27th, 2016|Categories: Mechanical & Plumbing|Tags: , , , |0 Comments
  • Radiant cooling

Radiant Cooling: The Condensation Misconception

There's a frustrating misconception out there that radiant cooling in commercial buildings leads to condensation problems.

By |July 8th, 2015|Categories: Mechanical & Plumbing|Tags: , |0 Comments
  • Radiant heating installation

Growth in Radiant Puts Training at the Forefront

Current market trends are contributing to a rising demand for radiant heating systems and the contractors capable of installing them.