Radiant heating and cooling panels are a key part of SPCs product portfolio.

Thermatile TEN-TWELVE radiant heating panels are the most simple and cost-effective way to rapidly bring a room up to temperature. Our units are frequently used in schools, hospitals and offices because they require no maintenance and have a wipe clean surface.

Low pressure hot water (LPHW) radiant panels rapidly distribute heat throughout a space and are much more responsive than underfloor heating. They also occupy considerably less wall space than a radiator of equivalent output, freeing room for other equipment.

Radiant panels are available in a number of styles which meet a range of environmental needs and the requirements for most hanging applications. They include;

  • Ceiling mounted
  • Free hanging
  • Plasterboard
  • Wall mounted
  • Sportsline (perfect for sports halls)

SPC’s iTwenty Eight Industrial radiant panels fill the gap for industrial projects which need large bore waterways, opening up an entirely new range of industrial design possibilities.  Whilst combining the highest available efficiency in radiant heating and cooling with ease of installation.

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Thermatile TEN radiant panels

The Thermatile TEN is specifically designed to be the perfect solution for up to 3.6 metre single panel requirements within a suspended T-bar ceiling. The fully re-designed product uses the industry’s latest D tube technology and 5.5mm composite panel to offer a highly efficient heat exchanger and the industry’s most rigid double skin fascia.  …

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Thermatile TWELVE radiant panels

The Thermatile TWELVE is the preferred solution when panels need to be longer than 3.6 metres. Two or more modules can be joined together using flexible hoses with the option for longer runs. The Thermatile TWELVE uses the same quality double skin 5.5mm facia as the Thermatile TEN, offering the most rigid panel on the…

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iTwenty Eight Industrial Radiant Panels

iTwenty Eight Industrial radiant panels have large bore waterways (28mm x 1.5mm thick) and incorporate header arrangements for flow splitting/joining. Individual modules of up to six metres offer opportunities for long runs of panels combined with low pressure drops and can be arranged to maintain same end flow and return pipes at runs of up…

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Heat Cloud – Invisible Radiant Heating & Cooling

You may be aware that gas boilers will soon become like Nokia phones were in the 90’s, a forgotten technology? Almost all new build properties will be moving to alternative renewable heat source technology such as air source or ground source heat pumps. Heat Cloud is a high-tech radiant panel using the latest D Tube…

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SPC radiant panels are in the ‘zone’

British manufacturers, SPC, are now offering a zone control kit as an option on radiant panel orders. Teaming up with industry leader Belimo, SPC have put together a high quality zone control kit that comprises a Belimo rotary actuator, Belimo zone valve plus a dual sensing digital thermostat and black bulb temperature sensor. The kit…

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Radiant panels in classrooms

The use of radiant panels in schools is becoming more popular because they offer significant energy-saving benefits and create a safer, cleaner environment for pupils. But is it better to incorporate them within the ceiling or to have them free-hanging? It depends whether they are being installed in a new or existing school and whether…

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Radiant heating – what’s fact, what’s fiction?

Radiant heating technology has been around for many years, but has only recently become more widely used in commercial, healthcare and educational applications in the UK. Despite its growing popularity, there is still much confusion about how the technology works, resulting in many false assumptions. Kevin Boulter, technical sales engineer at SPC, examines the most…

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The principles of radiant heating and cooling

The principles of radiant heating and cooling We spend virtually three quarters of  our lives in buildings either at home, at work or at leisure. The indoor climate, temperature and air quality has a considerable influence on our general well being… In common with other forms of heat transfer, radiant heat transfer occurs whenever there…

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Popularity of radiant panels grows

Radiant panels offer many benefits; they work well with lower temperature heating systems, save energy and money, and create a more comfortable environment for occupants. And, being unobtrusively installed within a ceiling, they also maximise wall and floor space. Dave Jones, product manager – radiant at SPC, explains more. Radiant heat is a form of…

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Making a decision between heat emitters

Today there is a range of heat emitters available for commercial buildings. Steve Gage, sales director at SPC, a UK based manufacturer and supplier of heating and cooling equipment, explains more about fan convectors and radiant panels, and suggests that making a decision between them is often based on building type. Increased focus on energy…

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Thermatile Plus Radiant Panels Are Just What The Doctor Ordered

SPC have supplied Thermatile Plus radiant heating panels for a new medical centre that offers state of the art facilities for patients. The panels were installed at Queensway Medical Centre, which was built on the site of an old public house in Olympic Way, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. SPC were asked to supply Thermatile Plus panels because they…

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Appliance of SPC Science Keeps Pupils Warm At A Leading School

SPC have supplied specialist radiant heating panels for a college which is rated as one of the finest learning establishments in central Derbyshire. With student comfort of the highest priority, SPC supplied its ThermaTile Plus radiant ceiling panels for the work at Heanor Gate Science College. The panels comprise a special corrugated aluminium panel of patented design…

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Environmentally Sustainable Solution to Cool the Water House Restaurant

SPC have supplied ThermaSail Radiant Conditioning Sails to The Water House Restaurant, Hoxton which is owned by the award winning charitable organisation the Shoreditch Trust. The Leicester-based heating and cooling equipment experts have supplied ThermaSail Radiant Conditioning Sails for the new Water House Restaurant which is the latest idea from eco-friendly restaurateurs Arthur Potts Dawson…

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SPC Comes To The Rescue Of Community Library

SPC, a world-leading specialist manufacturer and supplier of heating and cooling equipment, supplied a number of radiant ceiling panels to Cobbett Road Library in Southampton after local residents successfully campaigned against its closure. Southampton County Council had originally earmarked the library, a single-storey flat roof building which opened to the public in 1939, as subject…

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SPC Provide Heating To Neighbouring School

Specialist manufacturer and supplier of heating equipment SPC  have supplied Thermatile Plus radiant heating panels for classrooms and corridors of the new Madani High School in Leicester. The Leicester-based heating experts have supplied Thermatile Plus panels for the Madani High School and Community Centre which is the new home of the Leicester Islamic Academy (LIA)…

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SPC Radiant Panels Make The Grade At Norwich City Council

One of the largest colleges in the country has turned to heating and cooling specialists SPC for help in designing and fitting bespoke radiant panels for a new refurbishment project. Norwich City College, which was founded in 1891 and home to more than 11,000 full time and part time students, contacted Leicester-based SPC for help…

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SPC Supply Radiant Panels To New Local Community College, Crown Hills

SPC supplied more than 500 highly efficient Thermatile Plus radiant ceiling panels for a brand-new college in Leicester. Crown Hills Community College has moved into state-of-the-art buildings which can accommodate 1,200 students and also be used by the surrounding community. SPC, also based in Leicester, worked with AVUS Consulting, of Corby, and C A Suthers…

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