The Halton CSW family of chilled beams based on swirl jet air supply has been expanded
The latest solution in this range enables automatic adjustment of the supply air flow as necessary to ensure energy-efficient air conditioning and draught-free conditions.
The product is also suitable for exhaust applications, enabling a uniform appearance for all terminals installed within a given room.
The company says: “Chilled beams usually distribute air in two or, at maximum, four directions. Operation with the Halton CSW active chilled beam is based on a swirl jet air supply that distributes air to the room space by utilising a swirling flow action, guaranteeing a comfortable and draught-free indoor climate.
“The Halton CSW introduces a new feature: automatic adjustment of supply air flow on the basis of the room air temperature or CO2 content, for a substantial increase in energy-efficiency.”
“This new feature makes it easier to implement demand-based air conditioning either in the construction stage or in a finished building without the need to change the product.”
Demand-based control of air conditioning improves the building’s energy-efficiency. Efficient mixing ventilation ensures a comfortable indoor climate, no matter the season. The Halton CSW product family is an ideal indoor climate solution for various kinds of buildings.
The range features supply and exhaust units for both variable- and constant-air-flow solutions. All product variants have uniform appearance, contributing to the aesthetic quality of office spaces.
Halton CSW units are also easy to install in applications with low suspended ceilings, and the solution can be tailored to a broad range of suspended ceiling configurations. Standard unit dimensions are 595 x 595, 625 x 625, and 675 x 675 mm. A Halton CSW unit can also be delivered without the cooling coil, turning it into an induction diffuser with a flexible, adjustable throw pattern.