Definitions for radiant heating

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

ra′diant heat′ing(n.)

  1. the means of heating objects or persons by radiation in which the intervening air is not heated.

    Category: Energy, Building Trades

  2. a system for heating by radiation from a surface, esp. from a surface heated by means of electric resistance, hot water, etc.

    Category: Energy, Building Trades

Origin of radiant heating:

1910–15

Princeton's WordNet

  1. radiant heating(noun)

    heating a building by radiation from panels containing hot water or electrical heaters

Freebase

  1. Radiant heating

    Radiant heating is a technology for heating indoor and outdoor areas. Heating by radiant energy is observed everyday, the warmth of the sunshine being probably the most commonly observed example. Radiant heating as a technology is typically more narrowly defined. It is the method of intentionally using mostly the principles of radiant heat to transfer radiant energy from an emitting heat source to an object. Designs with radiant heating is seen as replacement for conventional convection heating. But also as a way of supplying confined outdoor heating.

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