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Chilled Beams

 

Chilled Beams

 

Adaptable active chilled beams


Innovent (Scotland) Limited
supply a range of adaptable active chilled beams designed according to the Halton AdaptableClimate concept which allows easy and cost efficient layout changes without interruption to the space usage. The system allows easy changes from an office into a meeting room and from an open plan office into office rooms. While ensuring good working conditions and reducing churn costs to a fraction compared to the traditional systems.

Adaptable active chilled beams allow users to determine the position of meeting and office rooms in a constant pressure ductwork without limitations. With a broad operation range, the air velocity, cooling and outdoor airflow rate provided by the chilled beams are simply adjusted to meet the requirements of the new layout.

 

Active chilled beams


Innovent (Scotland) Limited
chilled beam system supplied by Halton offers unique comfort and flexibility, efficient use of space and economical life cycle. The system combines ventilation, cooling, heating and other building services especially for spaces where high-quality conditions and individual space control are important. Typically active chilled beams are used in n offices, health care facilities and hotels both in new and renovation projects. 

 

Multi-service chilled beams


Innovent (Scotland) Limited chilled beam installations typically include ventilation, cooling and heating next to the equipment for other ceiling based services. The multi-service service beam concept proposes an all-in-one solution for all ceiling-mounted accessories. The multi-service beam concept is suitable for both suspended ceiling and exposed installations. The product's appearance can be tailored to suit the interior.

 

Swirl comfort units


Innovent (Scotland) Limited use Halton Swirl  solution which is especially designed for low energy buildings, where internal loads are moderate and external loads are limited using efficient solar shading. The main benefit compared to an traditional active chilled beam solution is a radial 360º swirl air diffusion. Due to the swirl effect the mixing between supply air and room air ia extremely efficient, and the air jet warms up to room temperature as quick as possible. Swirl comfort unit is installed within suspended ceiling.

 

Passive chilled beams


Innovent (Scotland) Limited Passive beams are often used with underfloor supply or with displacement ventilation to provide additional cooling. Or passive beams can be positioned near a glazed facade or windows to offset solar loads in the perimeter zone. Positioning of the passive beams is flexible, and the units can be placed within a suspended ceiling, above a grid ceiling or fully exposed. This makes the units very suitable for renovation sites. Typical applications are office rooms, meeting areas and retail stores.
Halton participates in the Eurovent Certification Programme for Chilled Beams. The certified data of certified models are listed in the Eurovent web site, http://www.eurovent-certification.com/.

 

Chilled Beams

Some Chilled beam projects Innovent and Halton have been involved in are:

British Embassy Warsaw   -               Active Chilled Beams

East of Scotland Water       -               Active Chilled Beams

The Scotsman Building      -               Active chilled Beams

Innovent and Halton are currently offering CPD Seminars throughout Scotland on the application of Chilled Beams. For further details on how to arrange for a seminar at your premises, at a convenient time to suit your engineers, please contact us at our Paisley office 0141 8876699 or at info@innoventscotland.com

 

ROCCO award
Biggart Baillie Innovation Award   Biggart Baillie Innovation Award
Finalist John Logie Baird   Finalist John Logie Baird

Winner of the ROCCO award for
Innovation in Technology 2008



Winner of the
Biggart Baillie Innovation Award in Scotland 2006



Finalist John Logie Baird
Award 2008