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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
  • Cryogenic nitrogen in the food and beverage industry

    The adoption of cryogenic processes in the food and beverage industry is predominantly driven by liquid nitrogen (LIN), and it is the preferred candidate for food chilling and...

    • Last update : 2023/11/07
    • Langues : English, French
    • Themes : Freezing of foodstuffs