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This paper presents the development of an innovative control, regulation and command system for hydronic radiant floors, more flexible and efficient that guarantees a better thermal comfort to the user and simultaneously improves the energy efficiency of this type of heating system. The majority of the actual control of hydronic radiant floors is done by thermostats that measure the air temperature and control the actuators (pumps and valves) in order to maintain the room at the specifieddoi:10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.543.389 fatcat:ha5a23vhxfdnjfsof2ospbr5iu