Fläkt Woods has launched a new cassette chilled beam, LYRA, which it claims provides low noise cooling from a compact unit.
The company says LYRA sits flush in suspended ceilings and is equally effective in exposed soffit installations with casing adaptors and snap on front panels.
Available in two sizes (600mm and 1,200mm) and suitable for cooling, heating or mixed use, LYRA utilises multidirectional diffusers and a flow pattern control system to produce a comfortable environment for a wide range of office and commercial applications.
The flow pattern control system has three different air flow settings (low, medium and high), as well as the option of two fixed nozzle sizes to achieve maximum air flows. LYRA is also equipped with a Coanda Safety Control (CSC) function, which maintains the Coanda effect in the room, while simultaneously ensuring the highest levels of cooling or heating. The CSC function is activated by a quick and simple adjustment on the front panel.
For flexibility and maximum occupant comfort, all LYRA models incorporate Flow Pattern Control, allowing redirection of emergent airstreams in 15° increments (15°, 30°, 45°). This adjustment is claimed to avoid colliding air streams, facilitating flexible positioning of the units for challenging room layouts or future repositioning.