Radiant cooling and climate zones
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Alberta is a good example where there are may different climate zones. The southeast corner of the province is very dry and it's not uncommon to find sandy soils and cactus. This is one of several regions in North America where radiant cooling can be done with little to no dehumidification of the ventilation air.

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