Capillary Tube System as Ceiling Heating and Cooling within Plaster

Ceiling Heating and Cooling within Plaster


Installation.  The installation within ceiling plaster is, until now, the most used variation with the highest transfer capacity. Therefore, the mats are fitted to the ceiling before applying the plaster or they are placed within the plaster during the “Wet on Wet Technique”. The plaster thickness can still remain as thin as in variations without an air-handling ceiling. Due to the thin coverage, an extremely quick reaction time can be observed.        


Advantage over thick tube meanders in the ceiling:

simple installation;

high capacity output;

less plaster consumed;

good ceiling stability    


Technical Data  

Capacity heating / cooling: set for heat requirement / cooling requirement with the corresponding most energy efficient flow temperatures          

Mat installation height: 4.5 mm

Element installation height: no change in height compared to normal plaster

Ceiling plaster materials: all conventional ceiling plasters  

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/heating): Heat pump producer should adjust to allow for the improved performance number (COP) of W30, W28 or W26 depending on the project.

COP plus (performance number increase heat pump/cooling): complimentary cooling by connecting to wells or probes is possible. For surface collector or air-water heat pump, make enquiries at your heat pump producer as to W16.



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