Cooling

Cooling

Underfloor systems installed to provide heating and optimum comfort during winter months can also be utilised to cool buildings when temperatures rise.

One installation. Two efficient systems.

By reducing or removing the demand for air-conditioning, an underfloor cooling solution can further cut your energy costs and carbon footprint.

Underfloor cooling operates with chilled water, sourced via air or ground source heat pumps or a chiller, circulating through the pipes within the floor.

The floor is cooled to a temperature lower than the air above, reducing the air temperature through the transfer of energy by radiant heat exchange. Silent in operation, the process also delivers a better quality of air, with no temperature cold spots, draft or dust circulation.

It is crucial to consider from the outset whether cooling will be a requirement for any given project, so that the optimum design and specification can be detailed and engineered into the installation.