In-floor chilled beams

Tate’s in-floor active chilled beams bring water under the floor to cool air directly at the perimeter of a building, avoiding many concerns of overhead chilled beams including spider ducting, damage from leaking water lines, and latent loads producing condensation.

04/10/2012


In-floor active chilled beamsTate’s in-floor active chilled beams bring water under the floor to cool air directly at the perimeter of a building, avoiding many concerns of overhead chilled beams including spider ducting, damage from leaking water lines, and latent loads producing condensation. The beam catches cold air as it falls, heats it, and supplies the heated air to the space, saving energy and providing maximum heating performance. The three product options consist of a two-pipe model with supply and return water connections, a four-pipe model featuring two supply and two return water connections, and a two-pipe model using electric heat at the perimeter.



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