Halton AIN 生态辐射板压降低，容量大，水流小，材料完全可回收。高效且提供无吹风感的环境。
Halton Ava Individual radiant panels are available in three widths and five lengths. The widths are 600, 900 and 1200 mm and lengths 600, 1200, 1800, 2400 and 3000 mm. The panels are 35 mm high.
Also project specific special sizes to maximum length of 3000 mm and width of 1200 mm are available. Integration of air distribution, lighting and other building services is also available.
Please contact Halton sales for further information.
Fig.1. Dimensions with 4 installation brackets (see table below)
Fig.2. Dimensions with 6 installation brackets (see table below)
Pipe spacing, loop 1 (mm)
Pipe spacing, loop 2 (mm)
Bracket spacing (mm)
|Dry mass, NL=1 / NL=2
|3.7 / 5.3||5.5 / 7.0||7.2 / 8.8|
|Water volume, NL=1 / NL=2
|0.9 / 1.9||1.4 / 2.4||1.9 / 2.8|
white (RAL 9003)
|4|| Heat exchanger
|Copper||–||Ø 10 mm|
|5||Pipe fixing profiles||Aluminium||–||–|
|Number of loops||NL=1|| 1 loop
(cooling or heating)
|NL=2|| 2 loops
(cooling and heating)
|Insulation||IN=P|| Polyester fibre
|Perforation||PE=A|| 23% open area
| Only available for
600 mm wide models
Fig.1. Insulated model (IN=P)
Fig.2. Perforated model (PE=A)
Radiant panels are used as a cooling or heating units. They are draught-free, because the heat transfer is mostly radiation. The heat is transferred from a water flowing through the panel’s copper pipe to the aluminium sheet, which works as a radiant surface to the space. In addition to the radiant heat transfer, the panels use also convection to heat or cool the space. In typical conditions, the ratio between radiant and convective heat transfer is approximately 55:45 in cooling (Fig.1) and 90:10 in heating (Fig.2) with ceiling integrated radiant panels.
The panel can achieve its maximum capacity in exposed installation without top insulation, because the upper side is also cooling or heating the space. In ceiling integrated installation, uninsulated panel heats also the space above the suspended ceiling. If necessary, that can be reduced by using insulated panels. Alternatively, panels without top insulation in suspended ceiling can be utilised to conduct cooling or heating capacity through the slab to the upper floor.
Effective panel area is the area of a radiant panel covered with heat exchanger piping. In Ava Individual radiant panel, the effective area is calculated as W-8 * L-100 [mm]. The cooling capacity of radiant panels is measured according to the standard EN-14240. The standard describes the specification of cooling capacity measurement of the radiant panel in exposed and ceiling integrated installations.
The capacity of radiant panels is dependent on the ratio of the effective panel area to the whole ceiling area. Decreasing the ratio increases the capacity of the effective panel area. Cooling capacity measurement according to the standard EN-14240 requires the ratio being less than 50% in exposed installation. In ceiling integrated installation, the ratio shall be over 70%. The effect of the ratio is considered in Halton HIT Design’s performance tool. The panel capacities can be calculated also without the ratio effect if needed. Also, both cases of the EN-14240 can be calculated with the tool.
The standardised measurement of the heating capacity is done according to EN-14037:2016, which includes five parts. CE-mark and Declaration of Performance is required for radiant panels used for heating. This includes measurement results for the CE mark according to the EN-14037-2. This measurement has been done in accredited laboratory WSPLab (notified body) for Halton Ava Individual top-insulated radiant panels in exposed installation. The measurement standard EN-14037-5 (part 5) contains also other standardised measurements of the radiant panel heating capacity.
Perforated radiant panels (PE=A), are often used for acoustic (with insulation IN=P) or architectural reasons, but they can also offer additional capacity. Uninsulated and perforated panel in exposed installation has more capacity compared to an unperforated panel, because the air is moving trough the panel. The increased capacity is approximately 10% and can be calculated with Halton HIT Design’s performance tool.
Convective heat transfer and the total capacity of the radiant panel can be increased with air distribution. The total capacity will increase in the areas where supply air jets are flushing the radiant panel surface. Typically, the increase can be 5–10% in cooling conditions (with 16 °C supply air temperature) and 10–30% in heating conditions, depending on the air distribution method and operating conditions. This effect is not included in Halton HIT Design and should be analysed separately.
Halton Ava Individual radiant panels are suitable for exposed and ceiling integrated installation.
Adjustable installation brackets make installation easier (Fig.1.). Wires, snap hooks and flexible hoses are not included in the delivery.
See detailed installation guide from Downloads.
Fig.1. Adjustable installation bracket used with a snap hook and wire.
The recommended location of the bracket is between the arrows.
Fig.2. Animation of installing bracket
The recommended cooling water mass flow rate is 0.020-0.035 kg/s, resulting in a temperature rise of 1-3 °C in the heat exchanger. To avoid condensation, the recommended inlet water temperature of the heat exchanger is over 14 °C.
The recommended heating water mass flow rate is 0.015-0.030 kg/s, resulting in a temperature drop of 3-10 °C in the heat exchanger. In typical rooms (room height up to 3 m), usual recommended maximum temperature of the inlet water is 50 °C due to the risk of too high radiation asymmetry. With exposed installation to minimum 3 m from floor and with effective panel area / whole ceiling area less than 50% also higher inlet water temperature (e.g. 60 °C) can be used without risk of too high radiant asymmetry.
No regular maintenance is required for the product.
Clean the front panel and other visible painted plates using a damp cloth.
Also, the top side of the radiant panel in exposed installation can be easily cleaned with a vacuum cleaner or a damp cloth.
The radiant panel is 592, 892 or 1192 mm wide and 35 mm thick.
The radiant panel and cross supports are made of aluminium.
The installation brackets are made of galvanised steel.
All visible parts are white, 20% gloss.
All pipes are manufactured from copper.
Maximum operation pressure for the pipework is 1.0 MPa.
Visible surfaces of the radiant panels are protected by removable plastic coating.
The pipe ends are sealed during delivery.
The radiant panels are identified by a label attached to the top side of the panel.
Halton Ava family products are suitable for customised solutions. Examples of those solutions are presented below. Please contact sales for further information.
Halton Ava radiant panels can be equipped with lighting, different kind of sensors, sprinklers etc. according to the project specific requirements.
Fig.1. Solution of radiant panel with lights
Images are possible to transfer to the visible surface of Halton Ava radiant panels. The coating has high wearing resistance for UV radiation and abrasion. Imitation of different materials is also possible.
Fig.2. Solution of a radiant panel with an image of the summer sky *)
Fig.3. Solution for radiant panel with brick wall appearance *)
Fig.4. Solution for radiant panel with northern lights *)
*) Image is only an illustration of the presented solution.
L = Length of radiant panel
600, 1200, 1800, 2400, 3000
W = Width of radiant panel
600, 900, 1200
NL = Number of loops
1 1 loop (cooling or heating)
2 2 loops (cooling and heating)
IN = Insulation
NA Not assigned
P Polyester fibre
PE = Perforation
NA Not assigned
A Perforation 23%
CO = Colour
SW Signal white (RAL 9003)
X Special colour (RAL xxxx)
ZT = Tailored product
Y Yes (ETO)
AIN-1200-600, NL=1, IN=P, PE=NA, ZT=N