Talking Architecture & Design Podcast (Episode 73) - Damian Barker & Nik Dunoski from Jackson Teece Architects explain the design concepts behind Anglicare's Woolooware Shores Retirement Village Listen Now
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    Pacific HVAC Engineering

    Active & Passive Chilled Beam Systems

    The Active and Passive Chilled Beam Systems from Barcol-Air offer substantial energy savings as well as efficient chilled beam systems for optimal indoor thermal climates.

    Active Systems

    The Active Chilled Beam Systems are designed to achieve a low energy, comfortable indoor climate.

    The systems provide the following:

    • Cooling
    • Heating
    • Ventilation
    • Humidity control
    • Low noise
    • Minimal maintenance

    This system works by integrating the primary air distribution with the secondary air heat exchange.

    The Active systems feature:

    • High capacity with multi choice nozzles
    • Low height & simple mounting
    • Flexible sizes to match with most ceiling configurations
    • Aesthetic choices

    Passive Systems

    The Passive Chilled Beam Systems are designed to achieve effective cooling at the lowest energy cost.

    The systems provide the following:

    • Cooling
    • Ventilation
    • Humidity control
    • Low noise
    • Minimal maintenance

    This system works by using terminal chilled water heat exchangers to offset the room sensible cooling loads.

    The Passive Systems feature:

    • Large energy savings
    • No external energy force required
    • Simple mounting
    • Silent unit operation
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