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Related to hydronic: Hydronic heating, Hydronic cooling


Of or relating to a heating or cooling system that transfers heat by circulating a fluid through a closed system of pipes.

[hydr(o)- + -onic (as in electronic).]
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(General Engineering) of or relating to the transfer of water through a pipe system in a heating or cooling system
hyˈdronically adv
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(haɪˈdrɒn ɪk)

of or pertaining to a heating or cooling system in which circulating water is the medium for carrying heat, usu. aided by a pump.
[1945–50; probably hydr-1 + (electr) onic]
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