Elegant cooling panel with integrated lighting
The INDUCOOL-Technics II design chilled ceiling panel is supplied with air through a frontal socket. The dehumidified air enters the room as fine jets between ribs. This highly inductive air distribution achieves effective cooling of entrained ambient air. The heat extracted from the ambient air is removed by water passing through copper tubes laid in a meander pattern. The high induction causes the supply air to cool and reduce velocity very quickly. The fine air jets ensure draught-free ambient air flow. On the right and left, beside the support profile, there are Microraster lights which ensure a uniform distribution of illumination intensity in the room. This illumination technology, with a Microraster only 35 mm wide, ensures glare-free lighting, which is especially suitable for computer workplaces according to DIN EN 12464-1. An operating efficiency for the lighting of up to 74% is achieved.
With INDUCOOL-Technics II, only the hygienically ne-cessary amount of outdoor air is brought draught-free into the common area. Despite high cooling capacity of up to 500 W/m, it is possible to reduce the air flow rate drastically. This considerably reduces system costs and volume for ventilation centres and ducts. Since the cooling potential of outdoor air is used, energy costs are minimized, because at our latitudes, outdoor air of
≤ 16°C is available free approximately 7,000 hours a year. This makes it economically and ecologically sensible to use outdoor air as a primary cooling medium. For architects, it is a great advantage to save room space by using suspended ceilings. All supply lines are installed in the hollow space of the corridor ceiling.
INDUCOOL-Technics II functional scheme
- Draught-free air distribution
- High cooling capacity
- Installation height of only 198 mm
- High-efficiency lighting with a micro grid
- Installation option for safety and signal technology
- Great flexibility for varied room layouts
- No intermediate ceiling needed
Brochure INDUCOOL-Technics II