Radiant All Stars Roundtable

Radiant All Stars panelists discuss radiant technology trends, benefits, versatility, snow-melt and more.

By Nicole Krawcke

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There are many advantages to radiant heating and cooling, the chief among them being unparalleled comfort. Yet the hydronics market in the United States remains small compared to forced air heating and cooling. According to industry experts, there is still a market for this advanced technology. The global radiant heating and cooling systems market size is estimated to increase by $2.21 billion from 2021 to 2026, growing at a CAGR of 7.32%, according to a recent report from Technavio.

In the video above, Plumbing & Mechanical and PM Engineer Chief Editor Nicole Krawcke moderates a discussion on all things radiant with our incredible panel of Radiant All Stars: Robert Bean, ASHRAE Fellow, lecturer and retired engineering technology practitioner; Mark Eatherton, a retired hydronic heating contractor, educator and columnist, and the former executive director of the Radiant Professionals Alliance; Dan Holohan, founder of HeatingHelp.com, and well-known industry educator and author; John Siegenthaler, consulting engineer and principal of Appropriate Designs in Holland Patent, New York; and last, but certainly not least, Dave Yates, a former mechanical contractor and owner of F.W. Behler in York, Pennsylvania.

Robert Bean

Mark Eatherton

Dan Holohan

John Siegenthaler

Dave Yates

To watch the full panel discussion, please visit www.pmmag.com/videos.

Nicole Krawcke is chief editor for Plumbing & Mechanical.
Video courtesy of Plumbing & Mechanical.