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Hydronic Heating

McKinnon Heating & Cooling, specialists in Hydronic Heating in Melbourne including Panel Heating, Concrete Slab Heating and Trench Heating. Highly respected Hydronic Floor Heating specialists with more than 46 years of experience. Call us today for your Hydronic Heating free quote.
  1. Hydronic Panel Heating

    Hydronic panel heating radiators are not only high performance – elegance, superb finish and design are an integral part of the completed product.
    Panel heating is made using top quality techniques and materials which guarantees high thermal efficiency and great reliability. Interior design trends change and redefine spaces, but its compact essential shape is always modern and versatile.

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  2. Hydronic Slab Heating

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    Hydronic slab heating uses hot water pipe embedded in a concrete slab floor to provide home heating. The slab stores the heat, and steadily releases it to provide continuous warmth to your home 24 hours a day. When using off-peak electricity, slab heating can be an economical method of providing home heating if set at a suitable temperature in a wellinsulated home. In new homes, cables are laid when the slab is poured and testing is carried out throughout the pouring stage to ensure the cables are not damaged.

    Where off-peak tariffs are available, the system is charged overnight and during the afternoon. If the system is sized correctly, it will provide sufficient heat for comfortable temperatures over a 24 hour period. An afternoon boosting period is generally required as overnight charging alone is insufficient to heat most homes.

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  3. Hydronic Trench Heating

    Trench Heating is ideal for combating the cold down draughts and condensation often associated with highly glazed buildings. Trench Heating systems help reduce heat losses at the perimeter of a building and are often specified as a building’s primary heat source.
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