Svalbard-F

  • Open installation
  • Available in 1200mm to 3000mm lengths
  • Adjustable pressure/air flow rate
  • Variable flow pattern
  • Dimensioningprogram Auracool - F on our website
  • Application
  • Description
  • Installation
Svalbard-F is a hydronic cooling, heating and ventilation system for use in offices, shops, schools etc. The system is designed to provide excellent cooling effect, and a high induction level ensures a draft-free environment in the occupied zone. Svalbard-F is designed for open installation in ceiling or covering.
 
Design
 
  • Nozzle configuration for the chilled beam, i.e. desired air supply and
  • pressure, is specified at time of order.
  • Svalbard-F is delivered with integrated pressure outlet for air flow rate
  • measurements.
  • The front panel can be folded down for inspection and cleaning.
  • Svalbard-F is available in installation lengths of 1200, 1800, 2400 and
  • 3000 mm.
  • Dispersion options: symmetrical 50/50 or asymmetrical 75/25
  • (25/75) – can be adjusted on site.
  • Connection to air: gable end Ø125 mm (spigot dimension).
  • Connection to water: Cu Ø15 x 1, 0 mm.
  • Changeable flowpattern via Jet Split lamellaes in the beams outlet,
  • standard pattern is fan style.
  • Blind cover can be provided for adaptation to the wall. See Figure 9.
 
Materials and surface Coating
 
Frame and casing in a galvanised, steel-plated finish. Delivered in a powdered painted finish (white RAL 9003 - gloss 30) as standard. Copper tube coils with aluminium lamellae. Adjustable lamellae are in a plastic design.
 
Svalbard-F is supplied with a mounting bar for attachment to ceiling or covering (fig. 7). Detailed installation instructions are included every single product delivery. For connection to water (copper pipe Ø15/1), use press, push or screw fittings. I.e. do not use soldering or similar as theheat may damage the O-ring on the push fitting between the cooling coil and pipe bend (see fig. 6 and 7).

Water valve

The water valve should be placed on the return, that is,with arrow on the valve away from the cooling battery and at the tube as figure 8 shows..

Technical information

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Air is supplied via adjustable nozzles which ensure that the air is dispersed along the ceiling in a fan-shaped flow pattern. This technique optimises the dispersion effect by providing a larger area for the supply air and indoor air to mix. Such effective mixing of indoor air and supply air, i.e. induction, minimises the risk of draft in the occupied zone. Svalbard systems which are used for heating only utilises the same technique for effective dispersion of heat along the ceiling. The secondary air is extracted through the perforated area on the unit’s frontpanel in order to avoid dirt accumulation on the ceiling.

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