Check out this radiant ceiling install by @adrianlzo and the team at Mayo Mechanical!

Here you can see what our hydronic Ray Magic® NK radiant ceiling panels look like on the jobsite before the drywall goes up!

Our radiant ceiling panels can be used for both radiant cooling and heating! For heating, we generally use water that is about 100°F, and for cooling, we typically use water that is about 50-55°F!

But how can we provide cooling without producing condensation?

We utilize our mSense room comfort sensors that monitor operative temperature, relative humidity, and VOCs (Indoor Air Quality). With operative temperature and relative humidity, we can calculate the dew point (the point when condensation forms) within a structure; and our controls can then regulate the temperature of our panels to ensure that we can provide radiant cooling without producing condensation!