Pump module for chilled-beam designs

Semco's Neuton is the HVAC plug-and-play controlled chilled-beam pump module (CCBPM) that is designed for reducing chilled-beam system installation and operational costs.

11/10/2015


Semco's Neuton is the HVAC plug-and-play controlled chilled-beam pump module (CCBPM) that is designed for reducing chilled-beam system installation and operational costs. Courtesy: SemcoSemco's Neuton is the HVAC plug-and-play controlled chilled-beam pump module (CCBPM) that is designed for reducing chilled-beam system installation and operational costs. The CCBPM package comes complete with direct digital controller, chilled- and hot-water connections, valves, variable speed electronically commutated (EC) motor pumps, and other features. Neuton blends and recirculates 42 and 140 F water to return it with optimal chilled-beam discharge temperatures of 58 or 100 F. Valves and variable speed capability regulate flow with the speed of 208 or 230 V. Its software is compatible with all Semco DOAS and building automation system (BAS) protocols.

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