For commercial property owners who want nothing but the best of modern amenities, cost-effective heating and cooling are likely to be a top priority. Especially for those conscious about output to the environment. In this regard, Madimack's hydronic heating and cooling solutions are a tried-and-tested choice.
If you’re reluctant to install a water-based system, there’s little to worry about - underfloor heating allow for seamless extension and expansion. Here at Madimack, we don’t just execute the entire operation - from concept design to the final installation - we work with you every step of the way to ensure that your vision and requirements are met.
This presentation dives right into hydronic systems, including system design and aesthetics, heat sources, expected comfort levels, solar hydronic systems, and heat recovery.
It also takes a look at Thermally Active Building Systems (TABS), zero energy requirements, and the Uponor case study on hydronic systems.
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The multifunction heat pump caters to the heating, cooling, and hot water requirements of your office or commercial building.
Some of its stellar features include:
For commercial property owners who wish to create comfortable and sustainable spaces, our Heat and Cool Series is the perfect solution for hydronic heating and cooling.
Some of its top-rated features include:
Thermally Active Building Systems (TABS) are those that use a building's concrete thermal mass for heating and cooling. This occurs through the use of embedded pipes, within which hot and cold water circulates continuously.
In this process, please have the following documents ready for inspection:
We enter this information into a special hydronic program which then calculates a specific output, in kW, per room. This allows us to calculate what is known as the ‘Heat Load Specification’, which tells us how many air conditioners, radiators, or the number of coil meters required in your property.
We are also happy to speak to your architect or builder in order to discuss your chosen hydronic solutions and their installation options.