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A new RIBA-approved CPD presentation on Radiant Heating from SAS International provides an introduction and overview of energy efficient Radiant Heating Panels (RHPs). It includes how RHPs perform, applications, technical specifications, and design considerations when specifying. 

SAS International has developed a new RIBA approved CPD presentation on the theme of Radiant Heating. Ceiling mounted Radiant Heating Panels (RHPs) are produced by HCP, the specialist heating division of SAS International.

Designed to inform both architects and engineers, the presentation provides an introduction and overview of energy efficient Radiant Heating Panels (RHPs).  It includes how RHPs work, performance and applications, technical specifications, and design considerations when specifying.

Radiant Heating solutions are increasingly specified in the healthcare and educational sectors, where the benefits of freeing up floor and wall space, and integration with natural ventilation strategies are well recognised. Additionally RHPs can contribute towards reduced cleaning regimes and help meet infection control targets by reducing the cross infection risks associated with other systems.

You can book a radiant heating CPD by emailing cpd@sasint.co.uk or calling 0118 929 090. For further information on radiant heating panels visit: www.hcp-sasint.co.uk/radiant-heating.htm

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