Forced air heating systems for large, high rooms present the need to reduce the thermal gradient between the occupied zone and the highest area close to the ceiling.
In cases where the system is designed for both winter and summer the air flow ensures that the differnce between teh delivery temperature and teh environment is reduced sufficiently.
When the system is instead for heating with direct with direct exchange hot air generators or aerothermal heat pumps, the ΔT’s as designed lead to stratification.
This is typically true of industrial warehouses, exbibition displays, sports centres, and anywhere forced air heating is deemed to be the most effective.
The solution is to install one or more system consisting of one axial fan that inputs an amount of air into a microperforated duct, which manages teh velocity and orientation to achieve high induction of the air in the room, yielding uniform temperatures.
Depending on the characteristics of the environment and desired use, the installation can be equipped with a multi step speed regulator, inverter or appropriately sized silencers.
Advantages of the system at a glance
Increased comfort due to the uniform temperature throughout the environment
Energys savings due to the elimination of stratification.
Quick, inexpensive solution without modifyng existing systems.
Perfect integration of teh appearance
INDICATIONS FOR OPERATION
Depending on teh room volume involved, and for installations with average heights ( from 5 to 10 metres approx. ) an initial evaluation can be made by dividing up the air flow rate ( roughly 2 changes 7 hour ) using the table which shows the air flow for each system for the various diameters.
A wide range of diameters, from 300 to 900 mm, and air flow rates, from 1850 to 16.000.
m3/h are available. 3/h.
m3/h with 250 Pa
ABS – System accessories
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