Radiant-heating



noun
1.
the means of heating objects or persons by radiation in which the intervening air is not heated.
2.
a system for heating by radiation from a surface, especially from a surface heated by means of electric resistance, hot water, etc.
noun
1.
a system of heating a building by radiant heat emitted from panels containing electrical conductors, hot water, etc

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