Commercial and industrial hydronic heating systems are quiet and effective and come in a wide range of styles and sizes, making them popular in classrooms, offices, stairwells, entrances, and more. Hot water or steam from a central boiler system is pumped through a heat exchanger. The heat from the coil is pushed into the space with a fan or natural convection. Because water is better at conducting heat than air, hydronic systems are typically more efficient than fan forced heating systems. There are several types of hydronic heating units in various colors and airflow arrangements to suit any application.
You can choose an architectural hydronic heater or a hydronic cabinet unit heater for the wall, floor, or ceiling. Architectural styles are often found along exterior walls in offices and classrooms. Cabinet unit heaters are good for large spaces that require a lot of heat, like an entryway or vestibule. Meanwhile, hydronic unit heaters, which are controlled independently through a mounted wall thermostat, are typically found in large spaces because they produce a lot of heat very quickly. Choose the airflow and fan styles to fit your needs.