Chilled beams

Made in Italy

Roccheggiani manufactures a wide range of Chilled Beams (BIM Ready):


  • Chilled beams with 2-way air jet with double vertical coil for false ceiling mounting

  • Active chilled beams with 2 ways air spread pattern with integrated light for cooling and heating

  • Chilled beams with 1 way air jet for wall mounting

  • Chilled beams with 2-way air jet with double coil for suspended mounting

  • Chilled beams with 2-way air jet pattern for false ceiling mounting

  • Compact active chilled beams with 4 ways air spread pattern for cooling and heating

  • Chilled beams with 1 way air jet flush mounting

  • Passive chilled beams for exposed or concealed installation

  • Chilled beams with 2-way air jet with double vertical coil for false ceiling mounting - nominal width 300 mm

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What is a chilled beam?
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What is a chilled beam?

The chilled beam is a room unit for air conditioning systems, usually installed on ceiling, integrating the functions of coo-ling, heating and distribution of primary air. 


The use of a chilled beam system allows to obtain excellent results with regard to comfort, health benefits and energy saving: very low noise levels; high hygiene standards; no unpleasant Room draughts; uniformity of room temperatures.


 High energy efficiency offered by the utilization of low energy input generation for both the cooling and heating media and by the absence of fans on the unit and low distribution pressures. Low maintenance costs and reduction of Installation costs thanks to absence of power connections and condensate drain ducts in the Room.

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Patented directional air jet system
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Patented directional air jet system

Air flow direction change by ‘active fins’ without

loss of performance


During factory assembly, the inclination of the fins is set for open flow (shell pattern type A) to ensure the best possible uniformity and velocity of the air flow to the room in standard

conditions.


The flow direction, in the event of layout changes or special requirements, can be quickly and easily modified on site, efficiently solving the problem without loss of performance.


The use of systems to control air diffusion can efficiently overcome the capacity limitations imposed to guarantee no draught risk in the case of installations with parallel chilled beams.


The Roccheggiani ‘active fins’ system allows maximum efficiency and freedom to modify the distribution of air without affecting the efficiency of the produc