February 09, 2012
Draught-free energy savings with Halton’s new swirl jet chilled beam
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 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.
For more information, please contact:
Tel. +358 20 792 2542
Mobile +358 40 351 6225
Halton is a family-owned company specialising in indoor climate products and solutions and in indoor environment services. Halton’s aim is to create safe, comfortable, and energy-efficient indoor environments that have a sustainable life cycle. Halton delivers solutions for applications ranging from public and commercial buildings to industry, commercial kitchen, and restaurant uses. Halton is also among the most renowned providers of indoor climate solutions for marine and offshore oil platform applications Halton’s areas of expertise and product ranges cover air diffusion, air-flow management, fire safety, kitchen ventilation, and indoor environment management. The company was founded in Finland in 1969, and today it operates in 24 countries. Its 2010 turnover was 146 million euros. You can find us on the Internet at www.halton.com and www.halton.fi.
Halton is a corporate partner of the Millennium Prize, the world’s largest technology prize. The prize celebrates innovations that have a favourable impact on quality of life and well-being. It seeks to highlight technological innovations that have a substantial positive influence on our everyday life. Read more about the Millennium Prize online at www.millenniumprize.fi.
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