Radiant Heating: Why Tubing Spacing Is Important to System Performance

This paper explains the importance of tubing spacing in a hydronic radiant floor heating system and how it directly affects even floor temperatures and overall comfort. It specifically focuses on Warmboard (a fast response, low mass, highly conductive radiant subfloor) and why, using thermodynamics, its specific tubing spacing outperforms the tubing spacing most commonly used with thin slab systems.
By Warmboard | March 9, 2011

This paper explains the importance of tubing spacing in a hydronic radiant floor heating system and how it directly affects even floor temperatures and overall comfort. It specifically focuses on Warmboard (a fast response, low mass, highly conductive radiant subfloor) and why, using thermodynamics, its specific tubing spacing outperforms the tubing spacing most commonly used with thin slab systems.

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