Trench heating with displacement ventilation. For draught-free ventilation.
- Displacement ventilation provides a comfortable room climate.
- Effective cold air screening of large windows.
- The room can be arranged independently of the heating system; the overall appearance of the building is not impaired.
- Project solutions are available for all geometries with mitred corners, curved designs, column recesses or chamfered trenches.
- A matching edge profile for a perfect design with every grille.
- Displacement air and façade
- For the targeted supply ofconditioned displacement air.
- Effective made-to-measure layered ventilation
- Heating and cooling function combined in one unit.
- Displacement air outlets allow for the low-turbulence supply of fresh air via large air outlets in the floor.
- No draughts as air velocity is well below 0.3 m/s.
- Additional perforated sliding panel between the displacement ventilation outlet and convector, which increases the heat output in problem areas.
- Anti-torsion mechanism for heating connections prevents damage to the convector when fitting the valves; valves optionally available as accessories.
- High-output Cu/Al convectors – 100 and 150 mm in depth.
- Water connection: 1/2” room-side, displacement ventilation connection: Ø 70 mm or 100 mm room-side.
Areas of application/installation
- Preferred when a high air volume and minor cooling output are required with a high room height.
- Typical applications are office and administration buildings, meeting venues, restaurants, rooms with high glass façades and where air quality is likely to be poor.
- Trench height of 130, 180 und 230 mm, minimum installed height of 140 mm; futher dimensions on request.
- Overall frame width of 272, 310, 340, 400 and 420 mm; other dimensions within this range on request.
- Minimal trench length: 1100 mm.
Also good to know
- Supply lines can be run within the raised floor.
- High quality of hygiene through the displacement of pollution, such as bacteria, pollen, etc.
- Technical air volume/heating tests were carried out by the research company HLK at the University of Stuttgart.