HCP launches radiant heating service raft

HCP, radiant heating

HCP’s radiant heating service rafts can be fitted with up and down lighting with acoustic absorption pads or perforated panels to absorb reflected sound from the structural soffit. These service rafts are freely suspended below coffers, leaving large areas of the concrete soffit exposed, enabling free air movement to the structural slab for cooling using the thermal mass.

These rafts can be linked in modules to form longer runs or installed as separate units. They are served by hot water and have a low water content. They require minimal maintenance and are easy to clean.

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