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Radiant systems interact with the environment through the physical principle of radiation releasing or absorbing energy, creating an ideal situation for heat exchange between the individual and the surfaces. Thanks to radiant technology, the classic phenomenon of hot air rising and cold air falling, that happens with air conditioners and radiators, is eliminated. The absence of air currents and the uniform temperature make the room comfortable all year round. The Acustic ceiling system consists of two coupled plasterboard panels and acoustic felt. The plasterboard panels incorporate MidiX Plus piping. This system allows for a radiant ceiling system for multiple applications.
Year of market release: 2017
Green technology: YES
Eurotherm uses high quality materials and state-of-the-art technology to ensure that its ceiling radiant systems are highly energy efficient in both heating and cooling unlike systems with radiators that can only heat. The radiant ceiling, in addition to providing an even surface in all rooms, generally offers better performance in cooling than a radiant floor system. A radiant ceiling system distributes heat evenly throughout the room, as opposed to a traditional system that can create hot and cold zones within the room, and provides even and comfortable heating, eliminating annoying air flows and dust movement. Eurotherm's plasterboard ceiling radiant systems are designed to be easily installed in a variety of environments and can be adapted to the specific needs of the project. They are more discreet than traditional radiant systems because the components are hidden in the ceiling, whereas traditional radiant systems have visible components such as pipes and radiators. Since they are false ceilings, they create a cavity between the system and the ceiling, which is in fact a technical compartment that allows the distribution of all systems without the need to make tracks.
• energy saving
• contribution to Leed® Certification
• contribution to Well® Certification
• Recycled material. Upon request, Eurotherm can provide a self-declaration about pre-consumer and post- consumer recycled content for each acustic product
A minimum of 8 cm of space is required for the system to be installed correctly. The minimum room heights in the country where you intend to install should be checked.