Never beam better!

Edmondson, Rick
November 2015
Heating & Ventilating Review;Nov2015, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p37
Trade Publication
The article discusses chilled beams. It states that they are favored for excellent thermal comfort, low noise levels and maintenance, reduced space requirements, simple controls and energy savings. It mentions that chilled beams are specified on their aesthetic and energy saving properties, chilled beams remain adaptable and flexible and innovative designs including the use of ground source heat pumps with chilled beams are improving the sustainability of buildings services systems.


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