radiant heating

noun
1.
the means of heating objects or persons by radiation in which the intervening air is not heated.
2.
a system for heating by radiation from a surface, especially from a surface heated by means of electric resistance, hot water, etc.

Origin:
1910–15

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radiant heating
 
n
a system of heating a building by radiant heat emitted from panels containing electrical conductors, hot water, etc

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Example sentences
Under the wood is a concrete slab that has radiant heating pipes.
Inside are dyed concrete floors with radiant heating, stylish modern
  furnishings, and lots of bright colors.
Radiant heating provides an even, invisible blanket of warmth throughout the
  living areas.
Radiant heating systems involve supplying heat directly to the floor or to
  panels in the wall or ceiling of a house.
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