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Hydronics Practice Test

Hydronics is a method of heating and cooling that utilizes the circulation of hot or cold water through a system of pipes, radiators, or radiant panels to transfer thermal energy. It is commonly used in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings for space heating, domestic hot water, and even snow melting applications. Hydronic systems can be powered by various heat sources, including boilers, heat pumps, or solar thermal collectors. The heated or chilled water is distributed through a network of pipes, which can be embedded in floors, walls, or ceilings, or connected to radiators or convectors. Hydronics offers several advantages, such as energy efficiency, precise temperature control, and the ability to integrate with renewable energy sources. It provides comfortable and even heating or cooling throughout a building, reducing energy consumption and improving indoor air quality. Hydronic systems require proper design, installation, and maintenance to ensure optimal performance and longevity.

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