Radiana - Sustainability

Radiana is the sustainable alternative to Air Conditioning

Better for the environment.
Better for wellbeing

Thermal comfort is a key contributing factor to wellbeing.

Radiana provides more comfortable environments through stable temperature control with reduced cold draughts and a better vertical air temperature gradient.

Radiana helps you gain WELL v2 credits - the leading tool for advancing health and well-being in buildings.

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Reduced carbon footprint. Reduced energy bills.

Radiana is a third more efficient than traditional air-conditioning as the system uses water rather than air as a cooling medium, this has a key advantage as water can transport 3500 times more heat than the same volume of air.

In a typical office, air conditioning can account for over 30% of the annual electricity consumption. The average medium sized office would save £1,500 per year and reduce their carbon footprint by 13,333KWh by switching to Radiana - the same as....

23,052 miles

driven in a car


smartphones charged

1.6 homes

worth of electricity per year

10,307 lbs

of coal burned

High rise office buildings in a city

Fight against the Heat Island Impact

Air-conditioning is one of the reasons, by removing the head from inside the buildings and pumping it into the external environment. Radiana operates the heat pump more efficiently, and requires a smaller heat pump, this means that less heat is emitted outside for the same amount of cooling.

More cool inside, less heat outside.

Planning in London? Radiana contributes towards the Mayor's 'The London Plan' - Policy 5.9 Overheating and Cooling.

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Why is Climate Change Important?

Changes in climate can affect food production, water availability, wildlife and human health. Weather conditions, such as storms, can damage infrastructure like roads, rail networks and buildings. Rising greenhouse gases are already increasing the risks from some extreme events, such as heat waves and heavy rainfall, and the risks are set to rise further in the future. It is these kind of extreme events that often have the largest impacts.

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