Stephanie Radel, CPD, GPD, CM-BIM

Stephanie Radel, CPD, GPD, CM-BIM, is the Senior Manager of the Commercial Segment at Uponor.


Figure 2: Traditional centralized domestic hot water systems are typically operated by generating hot water at a central location and then distributing it through a complex piping network throughout the building. Courtesy: Uponor
Plumbing, Pumping and Pumps January 2, 2024

Decentralized DHW offer safer, more sustainable building design solutions

Substations improve domestic hot water (DHW) hygiene and maximize hydronic heating efficiencies to lower system energy costs, reduce building maintenance, support sustainability efforts, and minimize risk

By Stephanie Radel, CPD, GPD, CM-BIM
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