radiant heat


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ra·di·ant heat

heat given off from any body in the form of infrared waves.

radiant heat

The heat given off given off as waves through the air from a heated body.
See also: heat
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The best methods to reduce this radiant heat are installing aluminum foil radiant barrier under the roof rafters and increasing attic ventilation.
The company's DIOS hybrid electric range has two induction heat burners and one radiant heat burner.
The human body responds very positively to radiant heat. Your skin relaxes when it comes into contact with gentle radiant heat.
Radiant Heat Loss From the Shell of a Rotary Melting Furnace Shell Heat Loss Heat loss from the shell of Temperature Btu/ft2/hr the 20ft long furnace 400F 935 470,000 Btu/hr 900F 5,826 2,930,000 Btu/hr
Radiant heat groups exhibited significant higher surface microhardness compared to control groups (p < 0.05).
? Radiant heat is typically measured on the non-fire side at a distance of one metre in a fire test.
The Radiant Heat is also the subject of Patent Pending status within the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Radiant heat began to melt the siding of nearby homes.
Objective daytime sleepiness was measured using the multiple sleep latency test (MSLT), and pain sensitivity was assessed using a radiant heat stimulus.
While tearing out old heating systems and/or replacing decent existing flooring might be overkill for the sake of moving to radiant heat, those embarking on new building projects or contemplating major renovations should certainly consider it.
But radiant heat can go anywhere, even under hardwood and carpet.
Far-infrared radiant heat distribution is also silent and will not cause convection or air movement.