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An introduction to chilled beams and ceilings

Publication Year
2012

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Green 
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Abstract

Gives an overview of the concept of chilled beams and ceilings and their advantages over other air conditioning technologies. Also includes key selection criteria, design guidance and practical information for installation, commissioning and maintenance.


Document History

Version 1 - July 2012. CBCA is a specialist group of HEVAC.


Publisher Information

Chilled Beams and Ceiling Association

A specialist group of HEVAC, the Chilled Beam and Ceiling Association (formerly the Chilled Ceiling Association), promotes the use of chilled Beams and chilled Ceilings, and encourage best practice in their development and application.

Federation of Environmental Trade Associations
2 Waltham Court
Milley Lane
Hare Hatch
Reading
RG10 9TH
UK

Website: www.feta.co.uk/associations/hevac/specialist-groups/chilled-beams--ceiling-association/
Email: info@feta.co.uk
Tel: 0118 9403416

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