Controlled chilled-beam pump module

Neuton eliminates the expense of a separate chiller, boiler, and secondary water distribution system associated with conventional chilled-beam HVAC designs.

04/14/2016


Neuton eliminates the expense of a separate chiller, boiler, and secondary water distribution system associated with conventional chilled-beam HVAC designs. Neuton blends and recirculates return water within its zone to convert typical 42 and 140°F primary loop water temperatures to optimal 58 or 100°F chilled-beam discharge temperatures. This prevents cooling-mode condensation and heating-season heat stratification. Neuton can control up to 10 chilled beams, depending upon the water flow rate required. Using a controlled chilled-beam pump module design versus a traditional chilled-beam layout reduces job piping material/labor costs by up to 35%.

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