Radiant systems are a type of heating system that operates at lower temperatures (generally 30°C – 40°C) in comparison to traditional radiators. The principle by which radiant systems are able to transmit heat to the entire environment is that of radiation, which allows the heat to spread evenly, avoiding the formation of convective currents of hot air on the ceiling and cold air on the floor.

In addition, the modern temperature control systems make it possible to adapt the system’s performance to the actual needs and climatic variations, maximising well-being, performance and savings.

The under-floor heating system is used to heat homes, offices, industrial and sports facilities, always with high performance in terms of both comfort and energy savings.