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The Cabin Ventilation provider for Ships and Ferries

Halton has supplied user-friendly and energy-efficient ventilation solutions for over 150,000 marine cabins. The company offers three different type of cabin ventilation solutions for ships and ferries: system based on cabin units, fancoils and now chilled beams.

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Good thermal conditions are subject to many things. A bad indoor air climate can cause discomfort that can spoil a dream vacation on board. Halton has 9 Innovations Hubs around the world where it researches indoor air conditions.

Typical challenges in Cabin Ventilation

Thermal comfort inside cabin is really a subjective and based on individual person’s satisfaction level; meaning some people feel that the temperature of +23 Celsius degrees is perfect for them as another people feel total discomfort. Most people feel comfortable at cabin temperatures ranging between 20 to 22 Celsius degrees but as said, this can vary greatly between individuals. But it is not all about the air temperature. Good thermal conditions are also about things like humidity, mean radiant temperature, air velocity, the amount of fresh air, air distribution, air filtration and sound levels and even – believe it or not – whether the cabins are cleaned with central vacuum cleaning system or not. Central vacuum cleaning system does not circulate the dust back to the indoor air as traditional vacuum cleaners do. Halton has 9 Innovation Hubs around the world where it researches good indoor air conditions.

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Halton has had a priviledge for supplying its cabin ventilation solutions for over 150,000 cruise ship cabins.

Why choose Halton

Halton is the supplier of good indoor air conditions for more than 150.000 marine cabins. The company offers three different type of cabin ventilation solutions for ships and ferries: system based on cabin units, fancoils and now chilled beams.

• 150.000+ marine cabins around the seven seas with Halton’s indoor environments solutions

• 9 Halton Innovations Hubs that research indoor air conditions for Halton’s customers

•Halton CaBeam – the most modern cabin ventilation solutions available at the market right now. Superior beneftis in lifecycle costs, sound levels and thermal comfort for passengers and crew on board. Download our whitepaper about the system differences below of the page.

Halton CaBeam – the most modern cabin ventilation system in the market

  • We believe Halton CaBeam can be far more interesting option for future ship building.
  • Stable cabin conditions, individual control – and draught free.
  • The most sustainable solutions from financial and environmental point of view. Can save millions of dollars within the ships’ life-cycle time.
  • The most silent choice available in the market. Maybe too silent?
  • The cooling energy is transported by water which has higher heat thermal capacity than air. The needed space for transferring energy is much smaller.
  • Contact Halton Marine sales for more information

Halton innovations for Cabin Ventilation