Function and effect
Passive chilled beams work in accordance with the principle of free convection. Warm room air in the ceiling area is cooled due to the heat exchangers blades and flows as a result of the higher density into the lower area of the room.
Air flow velocity and cooling performance are mainly influenced by the following parameters:
- Temperature difference between room air and medium surface temperature of the heat exchanger
- Frame height
The passive chilled beam can be used in almost every kind of room and is also well suited for subsequent installations.
Accessories and optional finishes
- Standard finish in RAL 9003
- Lower case height of only 157 mm
- Cooling capacity of up to 455 W/m at Δt = 10 K
- Heating and/or cooling