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  • Briefs: Chilled beams take off

    Several MIT buildings now boast what looks like slim, fin-tubed radiators in ceiling cavities. These cooling devices are chilled beams. They use water, not air, to remove heat from a room. The potential energy reduction of using chilled beams...

    • Publication date : 2010/03/07
  • Briefs: Chilled ceilings and beams

    Chilled beams and ceilings, considered to be environmentally friendly, aesthetic, silent and energy saving, are attracting a great deal of interest. BSRIA (the Building Services Research and Information Association) estimates that the market,...

    • Publication date : 2004/07/27
  • MArkets: Chilled ceilings and beams

    Chilled ceilings and beams are booming! The latest developments have enhanced acceptance and the UK market grew 33% in 2006 compared with 2005, rising to around GBP 54 million. Tougher building regulations are raising demand for energy-efficient...

    • Publication date : 2008/02/12
  • Report reveals chilled beams potential

    Results show that for both the passive (17%) and active (22%) beams, energy consumption was lower than that of the VAV fan coil system.

    • Publication date : 2014/02/21
  • Chilled beam for health care rooms

    The benefits of implementing active chilled beams include downsized ductwork/equipment, energy reductions of up to 50% in some cases, decreased maintenance, optimal comfort and indoor air quality (IAQ)

    • Publication date : 2014/03/26
  • Australia’s solar cooling potential

    Stephen White, Chair of ausSCIG, predicts that more and more innovative solutions will be developed in the solar cooling field in Australia.

    • Publication date : 2012/07/02
  • The HVAC&R market in the EMEA region in 2015

    Eurovent Market Intelligence (EMI), the European Statistics Office for the HVAC&R market, has just published the results of its studies on 2015 sales in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, based on the data collected from a large...

    • Publication date : 2016/12/06
    • Subjects: Figures, economy