Chilled beams have swirl diffusers

Halton has expanded its CSW family of chilled beams based on swirl jet air supply to include automatic adjustment of supply air flow to ensure energy-efficient air conditioning and draught-free conditions. The product is also suitable for exhaust applications, enabling a uniform appearance for all terminals in a room.

Chilled beams usually distribute air in two or, at most, four directions.

Airflow can be controlled according to temperature or CO2 levels to achieve demand-based air conditioning.

CSW units can be installed with low suspended ceilings, Standard dimensions are 595, 625 and 675 mm square. A CSW unit can be supplied without a cooling coil, making it an induction diffuser with flexible, adjustable flow pattern.

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