Hydronic Heating and Evaporative Cooling Air Handlers
At William E. Kingswell, we offer quality hydronic heating and evaporative cooling air handlers for contractors, engineers, and customers. Our variety of heating and cooling units include horizontal hydronic units, vertical hydronic units, and power throw (PT) hydronic units.
For Consumers: Why Hydronic Heating?
Hydronic heating systems work by circulating water in a piping system, like traditional radiators. The water is heated and the distributed throughout pipes that are located in panels throughout the home or building or in the slab itself. Most hydronic heaters work in conjunction with a gas boiler.
Hydronic heaters are well-loved because they are:
- Comfortable: Hydronic heating systems work by slowly and gently raising the temperature in your home without needing to force air throughout the space. Since the dry heat won’t be coming out of vents, you won’t suffer from dry skin or sinuses.
- Easy to Zone: Hydronic heating is ideal for zoning, as you can heat the parts of your home that need it and leave the rest alone. Zoning also saves money in the long run, since you won’t be paying to heat your whole home. Instead, you’ll just be heating part of it.
- Asthma-Friendly and Allergy-Friendly: Hydronic heating does not aggravate allergies or asthma, since it doesn’t use traditional fans or vents to circulate air. Dust and pollen won’t be circulated every time your system kicks on, and you and your family will be more comfortable.
- Out of Sight: These heaters can be tucked away out of sight, so you will not need to deal with unsightly vents or unattractive heating units. If you do have radiators as part of your hydronic heating system, you can use radiator panels to cover them up.