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Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal

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Radiators
Bernice Reid has realised a long-held career move in being appointed Internal Sales and Specifications Representative for Hevac. She studied economics at university and first entered the commercial heating industry in 2006. Over the years she has gained considerable experience in the sector and is especially proficient in the application of radiators, radiant panels and...
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In this somewhat tongue-in-cheek but nonetheless serious article on the specification and installation of radiators, architect Sharyn Flynn gives her view on the most common, unusual and downright contentious issues that can arise between the various parties involved in a project. She also advises manufacturers and consultants on how best to approach architects when working...
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It goes without saying that radiators must be sized to overcome the heatloss of the room/dwelling/application they are selected for, and this time last year I focussed on the correct methodology to achieve this see: https://buildingservicesengineering.ie/982/, writes Frank Donohoe*.
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Central heating systems utilising radiators remain a simple, yet functional, solution to comfort-provision in the majority of domestic applications. Central heating radiators come in a vast array of styles, shapes and materials, from basic round-top and compacts to the more design-led multi columns, vertical panels and columns, etc.
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