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Waterloo launches architecture friendly chiller beam

Waterloo has launched a new chiller beam, designed to meet the architectural requirements in hotels, offices and hospitals.

Called the ABM-H active chilled beam, it can be installed fully exposed or hidden in ceilings or bulkhead structures, and combined with the integration of other building services including light fittings, sprinkler valves and speakers.

Waterloo claims its active chilled beam offers competitive indoor temperature control compared to other hotel systems and standard in-wall units.

Furthermore, exposed chilled beams require no suspended ceilings which can reduce building costs and time.

The company also says chillers offer a more hygienic alternative to air conditioning systems hidden within ceiling voids that could put the health of a building’s occupants at risk if regular cleaning is not carried out.

Maintenance costs are also said to be reduced, with no fans or filters to maintain. In addition Waterloo’s ABM-H beams offer lower energy consumption and integration with free cooling or other low energy systems increase efficiencies. 

Product features:

  • Combined cooling, heating, and supply air unit for suspended ceiling / bulkhead installation
  • Designed especially for hotel guests, hospital and offices where thermal comfort and silent conditions are required
  • Energy efficient solution
  • Low cost maintenance – no mechanical parts
  • Hygienic
  • Can be individually designed according to project requirements
  • Project based layout and selection

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