Cooling ceiling

Water-carrying cooling ceilings can be used as a supplement, if cooled-air temperature regulation systems are insufficient. The cooling effect is primarily achieved through the absorption of heat, with convection being a secondary function.

In some buildings, a very large amount of heat is generated by people, equipment, sunlight, or lighting, making cooled-air temperature regulation systems insufficient. Using a traditional cooled-air air conditioning system can result in disturbances from draughts, etc.

To reduce the amount of cooled air, water-carrying cooling ceilings can be used as a supplement in the system. Cooling ceilings are usually prefabricated units, consisting of copper or aluminium pipes and aluminium panels.

Cooling capacity is usually around 50 till 150 W/m2. The cooling effect is primarily achieved through the absorption of heat, with convection being a secondary function.





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