PARAGON_WALLa

PARAGON_WALLa
PARAGON WALL
Compact comfort module
No 08.02.033
Range: PARAGON WALL
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PARAGON WALL
Quick facts
Key figures
►► Cooling, heating (water or electric) and ventilation
Airflow range:
10 - 72 l/s
►► Designed for installation in the rear edge of the room
Pressure range:
50 - 200 Pa
►► Integrated control equipment as an option
Total cooling capacity:
Up to 2300 W
►► One grille for both the supply air and the
recirculated air
Heating capacity:
Water: Up to 3000 W
►► Closed system
Size:
►► Flexible airflow – VariFlow
B=680
►► Adjustable air direction - ADC
H=265 mm
Electricity: Up to 1000 W
L=900, 1100, 1300 and 1500
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PARAGON WALL
Technical description
Outstanding features of the PARAGON
WALL comfort module
Paragon Wall has been developed for creating a wellperforming indoor climate in offices where technical
installations are meant to be located in the rear edge of
the room.
Figure 1. PARAGON WALL
PARAGON WALL Comfort module
Paragon Wall is the name of a new comfort module that
is part of the family of compact comfort modules and is
designed especially for rear-edge location in office rooms.
The module is installed above the false ceiling in the corridor outside the room and requires no false ceiling inside
the room. By using the same grille both for distribution of
supply air and the recirculation of room air, only one grille
is visible inside the room.
Strong focus has been directed on a high degree of comfort, low installation costs as well as low running costs in
this application. Since the Paragon Wall is driven by a central air handling unit, there is no built-in fan that would
otherwise generate sound and require servicing. Through
patent-pending technology, the built-in coil is optimally
utilized which provides high cooling/heating capacity
already while the air pressure and airflows are low.
By using the same grille for both the distribution of supplied air and the recirculation of room air, PARAGON
WALL makes a technical installation outside the relevant
room possible. This offers several important benefits. By
utilising the space above the false ceiling in the adjoining
corridor, service can be carried out in the corridor without the need for access to the room served by the unit.
With only one grille to take into consideration, only one
opening needs to be cut in the wall. PARAGON WALL is,
of course, equipped with VariFlow and ADC for simple
adjustment of the airflow and direction of air discharge.
Vertical air discharge direction can also be set simply by
adjusting the angle of the louvers in the grille.
PARAGON WALL in a nutshell
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Plug & play
Factory-fitted control equipment is optional.
Low flow-generated sound level
Draught-free indoor climate
No fan in the room
Dry system without condensation
No need for any drainage system
No filters
Requires minimal maintenance
Low energy consumption
Flexible adjustment of the air volume (VariFlow)
Guaranteed comfort through flexible adjustment of
the direction of air discharge (ADC)
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How the Unit Operates
The air is ideally distributed to office rooms by discharging
it in a fan shape and utilising as much of the ceiling and
any intermediate walls as possible for preventing draughts
in the occupied zone.
Office
The primary air is supplied via duct connection in the rear
edge of the unit and this builds up positive pressure inside
the unit. The positive pressure distributes the primary air
with relatively high velocity via two rows of nozzle holes,
one row in the upper edge and one row in the lower
edge of the outlet. The high velocity of the primary air
creates negative pressure which generates induction of
the room air.
Horizontal air distribution is achieved by means of the
ADC (Anti-Draught Control) feature. If vertical air distribution is desirable, this is achieved by setting the outlet grille
vanes to slant upward or downward.
The recirculation air is sucked into the unit through the
same grille that is used for distributing air into the room.
The recirculation air is then conveyed through the coil
where it is cooled, heated, if required, or just passes
untreated, before it mixes with the primary air and is
discharged into the room.
Figure 4. Air distribution with the Paragon Wall in a separate
office room
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Figure 2 – Paragon Wall cooling function
1 = Primary air
2 = Primary air mixed with chilled room air
3 = Induced room air
Figure 5 – Horizontal air distribution with ADC
Figure 3 – Paragon Wall heating function
1 = Primary air
2 = Primary air mixed with heated room air
3 = Induced room air
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Figure 6. Vertical air distribution with adjustable louvres in the
supply air grille
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L
Figure 7. Adjusted nozzle L
M
Figure 8. Adjusted nozzle M
H
Figure 10. Adjustment of nozzles
L, M and H
(The throttling strip by nozzle H has
been removed.)
Figure 9. Nozzle H. Throttling strip removed
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PARAGON WALL
Optional Extras
CONDUCTOR Control equipment
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Energy efficient
The control equipment for the Paragon Wall in the standard version is based on the CONDUCTOR in order to save
on energy to the fullest possible extent. The CONDUCTOR is Swegon’s in-house designed controller specially
designed for controlling water-borne and airborne indoor
climate systems.
The W4.1 application used in combination with the
PARAGON WALL demand-controls both the room temperature and the air quality in the room. When someone
is in the room, the functions of the controller adapt to
provide comfort feed-back control. If no one is in the
room, the controls activate the economy comfort mode,
allowing the room temperature to deviate more from the
preset setpoint. At the same time, the system reduces the
airflow to the relevant room to a minimum in order to
save fan energy. In addition, there are a number of other
functions for both comfort and energy feed-back control
coupled to temperature deviations, open/closed windows
and possible condensation precipitation.
Communication
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10
11
4
2
3
Figure 11. Factory-fitted CONDUCTOR control equipment
1 = Controller
2 = Room controller
3 = Valves and actuators for cooling and heating water
4 = Condensation sensor
5 = Pressure sensor
6 = Communication via Modbus RTU
Accessories, if required:
7 = Transformer
8 = Motor-driven ventilation dampers
9 = External temperature sensor
10 = Window contact
11 = Key card holder or presence detector
PARAGON WALL
CONDUCTOR has been developed as a subsystem in
Swegon’s electrical and control equipment platform. The
GOLD air handling units, used in combination with the
SuperWISE communication unit, offer unique opportunities for achieving energy-efficient applications all the way
from the room level and up to the plant room.
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The CONDUCTOR communicates via Modbus RTU Main
control systems can access the entire list of parameters for
both reading and writing values.
Simple installation and simple maintenance
Factory-fitted control equipment makes the installation
work simple. All the necessary components are then easily
accessible via an easy-to-remove inspection cover in the
underside of the unit.
The room controller included in the supply communicates
wirelessly or via wired connection to the comfort module
controller. Wireless communication reduces the costs for
running cables. On the other hand, a wired connection
reduces the need for maintenance since the user then
does not need to periodically replace batteries.
For more information regarding the CONDUCTOR, see
separate product data sheet.
Figure 12. Factory-fitted CONDUCTOR W4.1
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PARAGON WALL
Optional Extras
LUNA control equipment
A simpler form of control equipment is available in applications where the user does not want demand-controlled
ventilation in the room and has no need of communication with an external monitoring system. This variant of
control is called LUNA and regulates the temperature in
the room only (not the air quality). Paragon Wall with
factory-fitted LUNA is available to order.
Please note that the controller in this case is incorporated
into the room controller and requires a cable connection
from the room to the actuator and possibly to the condensation sensor up inside the Paragon Wall. For more
information, see the separate datasheet for the LUNA.
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1
2
3
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Figure 14. Factory-fitted LUNA control equipment
1 = Room controller with room thermostat
2 = Valves and valve actuators for cooling and heating water
3 = Condensation sensor
Accessories, if required:
4 = Transformer
5 = External temperature sensor
6 = Hand unit for changing the factory settings
Figure 13. Factory-fitted LUNA-CH
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PARAGON WALL
Project Design
Both planning and sizing are made easier by using Swegon’s ProSelect Project design computer program.
ProSelect is available at Swegon’s home page: www.
swegon.com.
Sizing
Designations
P: Capacity (W, kW)
v: Velocity (m/s)
q: Airflow (l/s)
p: Pressure, (Pa, kPa)
tr: Room temperature (°C)
tm: Mean water temperature (°C)
∆Tm: Temperature difference [tr–tm] (K)
∆T: Temperature difference, between inlet and return (K)
∆Tl: Temperature difference, between room and supply air (K)
∆p: Pressure drop (Pa, kPa)
kp: Pressure drop constant
Supplementary index:
k = cooling, l = air, v = heating, i = commissioning
PARAGON WALL
Recommended limit values, water
Max. recommended operating pressure (above coil only):
1600 kPa
Max. recommended test pressure
(across coil only): 2400 kPa
Max. recommended pressure drop
across standard valve: 20 kPa
Min. permissible hot water flow: 0.013 l/s
Max. permissible inlet flow temperature: 60 °C
Min. permissible cooling water flow:
0.03 l/s
Lowest permissible inlet flow
temperature: Should always be sized so that the system operates with-
out condensation
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PARAGON WALL
Cooling
Cooling capacity
Cooling capacities achieved from both the primary air and
chilled water for various lengths of unit, damper settings
and airflows are tabulated in Table 1. The total cooling
capacity for one unit is the sum of the cooling capacity of
the primary air and the chilled water.
The cooling capacity of the primary air can also be calculated using the formula:
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ΔTl where
Pl = Cooling capacity of the air (W)
ql = Airflow (l/s)
∆Tl = Temperature differential (K)
Pressure drop
Table 1. Pressure drop
Pressure drop, water
NC
HC
Length
Kpk Cooling
900
0.0217
1100
0.0202
1300
0.0190
1500
0.0180
Length
Kpk Cooling
900
0.0186
1100
0.0174
1300
0.0164
1500
0.0155
NC = Normal version
HC = High capacity version
Table 2. Cooling Capacity for Natural Convection
The pressure drop on the water side can be calculated
using the formula:
Natural convection: The cooling capacity of water (W)
for ∆Tmv
∆p = (q / kpk)2 where
Size
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
∆p = Pressure drop in the water circuit (kPa)
900
16
19
23
26
30
33
37
40
1100
20
25
29
34
38
43
47
52
q = Water flow (l/s), see Diagram 1
1300
25
30
36
41
47
52
58
63
1500
30
36
42
49
55
62
68
75
kpk = Pressure drop constant read from Table 1.
Capacity correction
Different water flows influence the available cooling
effect to a certain degree. To calculate the actual cooling
power based on a flow-dependant correction factor,
use Swegon’s ProSelect computer program, available at
www.swegon.com.
Diagram 1 – Cooling capacity
The function between cooling capacity Pk (W), change in
temperature ∆Tk (K) and cooling water flow qk (l/s).
W
Diagram 2. Water flow – capacity correction
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Table 3 – Cooling capacity, NC, 70 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity, primary air (W) ∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
900
L
L
12.5
<20
70
90
120
150
180
221
258
294
331
367
403
440
1.50
900
M
M
15.8
20
70
114
152
190
228
244
284
324
364
404
444
484
1.89
900
H
H
27.1
21
70
195
260
325
390
292
339
386
432
478
524
569
3.24
1100
L
L
16.2
<20
70
117
156
194
233
286
334
381
428
475
522
569
1.94
1100
M
M
20.4
21
70
147
196
245
294
314
366
418
469
521
573
624
2.44
1100
H
H
35.1
23
70
253
337
421
505
378
439
499
558
618
677
736
4.19
1300
L
L
19.4
<20
70
140
186
233
279
352
410
468
526
584
642
700
2.32
1300
M
M
24.4
22
70
176
234
293
351
386
449
513
576
639
703
766
2.92
1300
H
H
41.8
24
70
301
401
502
602
462
536
609
682
755
828
900
5.00
1500
L
L
16.5
22
70
119
158
198
238
371
435
499
564
630
695
761
1.97
1500
M
M
28.0
23
70
202
269
336
403
447
524
600
677
753
830
907
3.35
1500
H
H
42.8
27
70
308
411
514
616
535
622
708
794
879
965
1050
5.12
Table 4 – Cooling capacity, NC, 100 Pa
Nozzle
setting
mm
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W) ∆Tl
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
15.0
<20
100
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Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Pressure
drop constant, air
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
108
144 180
216
265
308
350
393
436
478
521
1.50
900
L
L
900
M
M
18.9
25
100
136
181
227
272
290
336
383
429
476
522
568
1.89
900
H
H
32.4
26
100
233
311
389 467
342
397
452
506
560
614
668
3.24
1100
L
L
19.4
<20
100
140
186 233
279
342
397
453
508
563
617
672
1.94
1100
M
M
24.4
26
100
176
234 293
351
373
434
494
554
613
673
732
2.44
1100
H
H
41.9
28
100
302
402 503 603
442
513
583
653
723
793
862
4.19
1300
L
L
23.2
20
100
167
223 278
334
419
487
555
623
690
757
825
2.32
1300
M
M
29.2
27
100
210
280 350
420
458
532
606
679
753
826
899
2.92
1300
H
H
50.0
29
100
360
480 600 720
541
628
714
800
886
971
1056
5.00
1500
L
L
19.7
27
100
142
189 236 284
444
519
594
669
745
820
896
1.97
1500
M
M
33.5
28
100
241
322 402 482
532
621
710
798
887
976
1065
3.35
1500
H
H
51.2
32
100
369
492
623
724
825
925
1025
1125
1224
5.12
614
737
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
N.B.! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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Length
of the
unit
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Table 5 – Cooling capacity, NC, 150 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Airflow
Sound
level 1
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
900
L
L
18.4
24
150
132
177
221
265
314
364
414
463
513
562
611
1.50
900
M
M
23.1
31
150
166 222 277
333
341
395
449
502
556
609
662
1.89
900
H
H
39.7
32
150
286 381
572
398
463
527
590
654
717
780
3.24
mm
pi
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Nozzle
setting
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W) ∆Tl
476
Pressure
drop constant, air
1100
L
L
23.8
25
150
171
228 286 343
405
470
534
598
662
726
789
1.94
1100
M
M
29.9
32
150
215
287
359
431
440
510
580
649
718
787
855
2.44
1100
H
H
51.3
33
150
369 492
616
739
514
597
679
762
844
925
1007
4.19
1300
L
L
28.4
26
150
204 273
341 409
496
575
654
732
811
888
966
2.32
1300
M
M
35.8
33
150
258 344 430
516
540
626
712
797
881
965
1049
2.92
1300
M
H
48.5
34
150
349 466 582 698
597
692
788
883
977
1071
1165
3.96
1500
L
L
24.1
31
150
174
231 289 347
528
615
702
789
876
962
1049
1.97
1500
M
M
41.0
33
150
295 394 492 590
627
730
833
936
1038
1141
1243
3.35
1500
M
H
51.9
35
150
374 498 623
685
797
908
1019
1130
1241
1352
4.24
747
Table 6 – Cooling capacity, NC, 200 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity, primary air (W) ∆Tl
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
29
200
153
204 254 305
900
L
L
21.2
8
10
12
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Pressure
drop constant, air
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
347
402
457
512
566
620
674
1.50
900
M
M
26.7
35
200
192
256 320 384
378
437
496
555
614
672
730
1.89
1100
L
L
27.4
30
200
197
263
329
395
448
519
590
660
730
800
869
1.94
1100
M
M
34.5
36
200
248
331
414
497
487
564
641
716
792
867
941
2.44
1300
L
L
32.8
31
200
236
315
394 472
550
637
724
810
896
982
1067
2.32
1300
M
M
41.3
37
200
297
396 496 595
598
692
786
879
971
1063
1155
2.92
1500
L
L
27.9
35
200
201
268 335 402
589
685
780
876
971
1066
1160
1.97
1500
M
M
47.4
38
200
341
455 569 683
696
809
922
1034
1147
1259
1371
3.35
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
N.B.! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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Table 7 – Cooling capacity, HC, 70 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Airflow
Sound
level 1
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
900
L
L
12.5
<20
70
90
120
150
180
226
264
301
338
376
413
450
1.50
900
M
M
15.8
20
70
114
152
190
228
254
296
338
380
422
463
505
1.89
900
H
H
27.1
21
70
195
260 325 390
315
365
415
464
514
563
612
3.24
mm
pi
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Nozzle
setting
Cooling capacity, primary air (W) ∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
1100
L
L
16.2
<20
70
117
156
194
233
293
341
390
438
486
535
583
1.94
1100
M
M
20.4
21
70
147
196
245
294
328
382
436
490
544
597
651
2.44
1100
H
H
35.1
23
70
253
337
421
505
407
472
537
601
665
729
792
4.19
1300
L
L
19.4
<20
70
140
186 233
279
360
420
479
539
598
657
717
2.32
1300
M
M
24,4
22
70
176
234 293
351
403
469
535
601
667
733
799
2.92
1300
H
H
41.8
24
70
301
401 502 602
497
577
655
734
812
890
968
5.00
1500
L
L
16.5
22
70
119
158
238
380
445
511
578
645
712
779
1.97
1500
M
M
28.0
23
70
202
269 336 403
467
538
617
696
775
854
934
3.35
1500
H
H
42.8
27
70
308
411
576
669
762
854
946
1038
1129
5.12
198
514
616
Table 8 – Cooling capacity, HC, 100 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W) ∆Tl
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
8
10
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
12
6
7
8
9
Pressure
drop constant, air
10
11
12
900
L
L
15.0
<20
100
108 144 180
216
278
323
368
413
457
502
546
1.50
900
M
M
18.9
25
100
136
181
227
272
310
360
410
459
509
558
607
1.89
900
H
H
32.4
26
100
233
311
389 467
376
437
497
556
616
675
735
3.24
1100
L
L
19.4
<20
100
140 186 233
279
359
417
475
533
591
648
705
1.94
1100
M
M
24.4
26
100
176 234 293
351
399
464
528
592
656
719
783
2.44
1100
H
H
41.9
28
100
302 402 503 603
486
564
641
718
795
872
948
4.19
1300
L
L
23.2
20
100
167 223 278
334
440
512
583
654
725
795
866
2.32
1300
M
M
29.2
27
100
210 280 350
420
490
569
648
727
805
883
961
2.92
1300
H
H
50.0
29
100 360 480 600 720
595
690
785
880
974
1068
1161
5.00
1500
L
L
19.7
27
100
142 189 236 284
466
545
624
703
782
861
940
1.97
1500
M
M
33.5
28
100
241 322 402 482
568
652
745
838
933
1026
1119
3.35
1500
H
H
51.2
32
100 369 492
685
796
907
1017
1127
1237
1346
5.12
614
737
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kpl
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
N.B.! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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Table 9 – Cooling capacity, HC, 150 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W) ∆Tl
Pressure
drop constant, air
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
177
900
L
L
18.4
24
150
132
221
265
336
389
443
496
549
602
654
1.50
900
M
M
23.1
31
150
166 222 277
333
372
431
490
548
606
664
722
1.89
900
H
H
39.7
32
150
286 381
572 446
518
590
661
732
803
874
3.24
476
1100
L
L
23.8
25
150
171
228 286 343 433
503
572
640
709
777
845
1.94
1100
M
M
29.9
32
150
215
287
359
431 480
557
632
708
783
858
932
2.44
1100
H
H
51.3
33
150
369 492
616
739
576
669
761
853
945
1036
1127
4.19
1300
L
L
28.4
26
150
204 273
341 409 531
616
700
784
868
951
1034
2.32
1300
M
M
35.8
33
150
258 344 430
590
683
777
869
962
1053
1145
2.92
1300
M
H
48.5
34
150
349 466 582 698 663
516
769
875
980
1085
1189
1294
3.96
1500
L
L
24.1
31
150
174
231 289 347 565
658
751
844
937
1030
1123
1.97
1500
M
M
41.0
33
150
295 394 492 590 683
805
918
1030
1145
1255
1367
3.35
1500
M
H
51.9
35
150
374 498 623
887
1011
1135
1259
1381
1504
4.24
747
759
Table 10 – Cooling capacity, HC, 200 Pa
Length
of the
unit
Nozzle
setting
mm
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Cooling capacity,
primary air (W) ∆Tl
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
6
29
200
900
L
L
21.2
8
10
12
Cooling capacity of water (W) for ∆Tmk 2
Pressure
drop constant, air
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
153 204 254 305
376
435
495
554
612
671
729
1.50
900
M
M
26.7
35
200
192 256 320 384
416
482
547
612
677
741
804
1.89
1100
L
L
27.4
30
200
197 263
329
395 485
562
638
714
790
865
940
1.94
1100
M
M
34.5
36
200 248 331
414
497
537
622
706
790
873
956
1038
2.44
1300
L
L
32.8
31
200 236 315
394 472
595
690
783
877
970
1062
1154
2.32
1300
M
M
41.3
37
200
297 396 496 595
659
763
867
969
1071
1173
1274
2.92
1500
L
L
27.9
35
200
201 268 335 402 637
741
844
947
1050
1153
1255
1.97
1500
M
M
47.4
38
200
341 455 569 683 765
935
1064
1192
1324
1447
1574
3.35
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
2) The specified capacities are based on a complete unit including standard distribution and recirculation grille. Without grille the
water capacity increases by approx. 5%. With ADC adjusted to Fan shape you lose approx. 5% in water capacity. The primary air
capacity is not affected.
N.B.! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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Heating
Diagram 3 - Heating capacity
The function between cooling capacity Pv (W), change in
temperature ∆Tv (K) and heating water flow, qv (l/s).
Pressure drop
The pressure drop on the water side can be calculated
using the formula:
∆p = (q / kpv)2 where
∆p = Pressure drop in the water circuit (kPa)
q = Water flow (l/s), see Diagram 3
kpv = Pressure drop constant read from Table 11.
For more detailed pressure drop calculation, use the
Swegon ProSelect software available at www.swegon.
com.
Table 11. Pressure drop
Pressure drop, water
NC/HC
Length
Kpv
900
0.0178
1100
0.0166
1300
0.0156
1500
0.0148
NC = Normal version
HC = High capacity version
Table 12 - Heating capacity for natural convection
Heat emission when ∆Tmv [K ] (W)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
900
2
7
14
24
35
49
64
1100
3
9
18
31
46
63
83
1300
3
11
22
37
56
77
102
1500
4
13
26
44
66
92
121
Table 13 - Electric heating
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Capacity
900
400 W
1100
800 W
1300
1000 W
1500
1000 W
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Length
PARAGON WALL
Table 14 – Heating capacity, NC/HC, 70 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Heating capacity, water (W) for ∆Tmv
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
900
L
L
12.5
<20
70
106
212
319
427
535
644
753
1.50
900
M
M
15.8
20
70
135
270
404
538
672
806
833
1.89
900
H
H
27.1
21
70
142
285
435
586
740
894
1050
3.24
1100
L
L
16.2
<20
70
137
274
413
552
693
833
974
1.94
1100
M
M
20.4
21
70
174
348
521
694
866
1039
1075
2.44
1100
H
H
35.1
23
70
184
368
562
757
956
1155
1357
4.19
1300
L
L
19.4
<20
70
168
337
508
679
851
1023
1196
2.32
1300
M
M
24.4
22
70
213
427
639
851
1063
1275
1318
2.92
1300
H
H
41.8
24
70
225
450
688
926
1169
1413
1660
5.00
1500
L
L
16.5
22
70
199
398
601
803
1007
1210
1415
1.97
1500
M
M
28.0
23
70
252
504
755
1005
1256
1506
1558
3.35
1500
H
H
42.8
27
70
266
532
814
1096
1384
1672
1964
5.12
Table 15 – Heating capacity, NC/HC, 100 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
900
L
L
Heating capacity, water (W) for ∆Tmv
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
15.0
<20
100
126
251
378
504
630
757
883
1.50
900
M
M
18.9
25
100
155
311
463
615
767
918
950
1.89
900
H
H
32.4
26
100
158
316
485
653
826
1000
1175
3.24
1100
L
L
19.4
<20
100
162
325
488
650
814
977
1140
1.94
1100
M
M
24.4
26
100
200
401
597
793
988
1184
1225
2.44
1100
H
H
41.9
28
100
204
408
626
843
1067
1290
1517
4.19
1300
L
L
23.2
20
100
199
398
598
798
998
1198
1399
2.32
1300
M
M
29.2
27
100
246
492
733
973
1213
1452
1503
2.92
1300
H
H
50.0
29
100
250
499
766
1033
1306
1580
1858
5.00
1500
L
L
19.7
27
100
235
470
707
943
1179
1416
1652
1.97
1500
M
M
33.5
28
100
290
581
865
1150
1433
1716
1775
3.35
1500
H
H
51.2
32
100
296
591
907
1222
1546
1870
2199
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1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
attenuation = 4 dB
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Table 16 – Heating capacity, NC/HC, 150 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Airflow
Sound
level 1
Heating capacity, water (W) for ∆Tmv
pi
Pressure drop
constant, air
l/s
dB(A)
Pa
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
900
L
L
18.4
24
150
148
296
443
590
736
883
1029
1.50
900
M
M
23.1
31
150
178
357
529
701
872
1043
1079
1.89
900
H
H
39.7
32
150
176
351
540
729
924
1118
1316
3.24
1100
L
L
23.8
25
150
191
382
572
761
951
1140
1329
1.94
1100
M
M
29.9
32
150
230
460
683
906
1126
1346
1394
2.44
1100
H
H
51.3
33
150
227
453
697
941
1192
1443
1698
4.19
1300
L
L
28.4
26
150
234
468
700
932
1164
1396
1627
2.32
1300
M
M
35.8
33
150
283
565
838
1112
1382
1652
1710
2.92
1300
M
H
48.5
34
150
279
558
848
1137
1431
1724
1944
3.96
1500
L
L
24.1
31
150
276
553
827
1101
1375
1648
1922
1.97
1500
M
M
41.0
33
150
334
667
990
1312
1631
1951
2019
3.35
1500
M
H
51.9
35
150
331
661
1003
1344
1691
2037
2288
4.24
Table 17 – Heating capacity, NC/HC, 200 Pa
Length of
the unit
Nozzle setting
mm
Heating capacity, water (W) for ∆Tmv
Airflow
Sound
level 1
pi
l/s
dB (A)
Pa
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
29
200
163
327
488
649
810
970
1130
1.50
900
L
L
21.2
Pressure drop
constant, air
M
M
26.7
35
200
195
389
576
763
948
1132
1172
1.89
L
L
27.4
30
200
211
422
630
838
1045
1252
1458
1.94
1100
M
M
34.5
36
200
251
502
744
985
1223
1461
1512
2.44
1300
L
L
32.8
31
200
259
518
773
1028
1282
1536
1789
2.32
1300
M
M
41.3
37
200
308
616
912
1208
1500
1792
1855
2.92
1500
L
L
27.9
35
200
306
612
914
1216
1517
1817
2117
1.97
1500
M
M
47.4
38
200
364
729
1079
1428
1773
2118
2193
3.35
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900
1100
1) The specified sound level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other cases where the airflow
is demand-controlled with motor-driven dampers, the required data can be read from Swegon’s ProSelect sizing program. Room
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Example
Cooling
Conditions
An individual office room having dimensions L × W × H =
4.2 × 2.4 × 2.7 m is to be ventilated, cooled and heated
by the PARAGON WALL. The cooling demand is estimated
to be 60 W/m2 which in the relevant room is recalculated
to 4.2 * 2.4 * 60 = 605 W.
Heating
Waterborne heating
The method for the heating calculation is the same as
for cooling. The heating capacity can be found in tables
14-17. The water flow is taken from diagram 3 and the
pressure constant kpv can be found in table 11.
The supply airflow should be 19 l/s and have a temperature of 15°C. Available duct pressure is maintained
constant to 120 Pa. The sound level from the unit must
not exceed 27 dB(A).
Electric heating
For particulars of electric heating, see Table 13.
The design room temperature in the summer case is set to
24°C. The inlet temperature of the cooling water is 14°C
and its outlet temperature on returning is 16°C.
Solution
The 15°C supply air temperature and the 24°C room
temperature provide ∆Tl= 9 K.
Conditions
The prerequisites are the same as in the example for cooling, with the exception that the design room temperature
in the winter case is 22°C and the supply air temperature
is 18°C. The heating load is estimated to be 45 W/m2
which in the relevant room is recalculated to 4.2 * 2.4 *
45 = 454 W.
The temperature increase of the cooling water is 16 – 14
= 2 K.
The inlet flow temperature of the heating water is 47°C
and the return temperature is 37°C.
The mean temperature of the cooling water is (14 + 16) /
2 = 15°C.
Solution
The 18°C supply air temperature and the 22°C room
temperature provide ∆Tl= 4 K.
The 15°C mean temperature of the cooling water and the
24°C room temperature provide ∆Tmk= 9K.
Calculate the cooling capacity of the supply air: Pl = 1.2 *
19 * 9 = 205 W.
The residual cooling capacity required by the cooling
water will be: 605 – 205 = 400 W.
In Table 4, we read that a PARAGON WALL 900 NC with
MM nozzle adjustment MM produces 429 W in cooling
capacity for 19 l/s supply airflow, 100 Pa nozzle pressure
and ∆Tmk= 9K. This is sufficient for managing the cooling
load.
From Diagram 1 we read a capacity of 429 W and a 2K
decrease in heating water temperature as well as a water
flow of approx. 0,051 l/s. By means of the water flow and
the pressure drop constant kpk which is taken from Table
1, the pressure drop across the coil will then be: ∆pk =
(0,051 / 0,0217)2 = 5.5 kPa.
The sound level is given in Table 4 and is 25 dB(A), which
meets the max. permissible level of 27 dB(A) required.
Note that the specified sound level refers to the sound
generated from the unit without consideration taken to
possible sound generated by other sound sources such as
commissioning dampers.
The reduction in heating water temperature = 47 – 37 =
10 K.
The mean temperature of the heating water is (47 + 37)/2
= 42°C.
The 42°C mean temperature of the heating water and
the 22°C room temperature provide ∆Tmv= 20K.
The supply air has a cooling effect which is calculated: Pl
= 1.2 * 19 * 4 = 91 W.
Since the supply air has a cooling effect, the total heating
load must be recalculated: 454 + 91 = 545 W.
In Table 14, we read that a PARAGON WALL 900 NC
with nozzle adjustment MM produces 615 W in heating
capacity for 19 l/s supply airflow, 100 Pa nozzle pressure
and ∆Tmv= 20K. This is sufficient for managing the heating load.
From Diagram 3 we read a capacity of 615 W and a 10K
decrease in heating water temperature as well as a water
flow of approx. 0.015 l/s. By means of the water flow and
the pressure drop constant kpk which is taken from Table
11, the pressure drop across the coil will then be: ∆pv =
(0,015 / 0,0178)2 = 0.7 kPa.
ProSelect
Planning and sizing based on given design considerations can also ideally be carried out in Swegon’s ProSelect
project design program.
ProSelect is available at Swegon’s home page: www.
swegon.com.
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Sound
Natural attenuation
Natural attenuation is the total reduction in sound power
from duct to room including the end reflection of the
unit.
Table 18. Natural attenuation with lining
Natural attenuation (dB) for mid frequency f (Hz) ∆Lw [dB ]
63
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
24
14
9
6
9
14
14
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Accessories
Supply air kit – PARAGON T-SAK-CAV
Supply air kit – PARAGON T-SAK-VAV
A motor-driven damper is needed in applications where
the user wants to demand-control the supply air by
means of CONDUCTOR control equipment The damper
causes a certain amount of flow-generated sound. Therefore a sound attenuator is also needed to guarantee a low
sound level in the room. The following components are
included in PARAGON T-SAK-VAV:
Motor-driven
damper
CRTc including Belimo CM24, 2-10V
Sound attenuator CLA rectangular sound attenuator
with circular connection spigots
L=500mm
A commissioning damper is needed to ensure the correct
airflow if a simpler feed-back control system with constant airflow has been selected. Commissioning dampers
also generate a certain amount of sound. We therefore
recommend the use of a sound attenuator for keeping
the sound level at a minimum. The following components
are included in PARAGON T-SAK-CAV:
Commissioning
damper
CRPc-9 Commissioning damper with
perforated damper blade and manually adjustable blade
Sound attenuator CLA rectangular sound attenuator
with circular connection spigots
L=500mm
Sound attenuator
Sound attenuator
Commissioning
damper
Motor-driven
damper
Figure 16. PARAGON T-SAK-CAV
Figure 15. PARAGON T-SAK-VAV
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Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
If the supply air is demand-controlled, the extract air also
needs to be feed-back controlled. An extract air kit is
needed for balancing the supply air and the extract air.
Precisely like the supply air kit, this kit consists of a motordriven damper and a sound attenuator. In addition an
extract air register and two alternative mounting frames
are included: one with a nipple and one with a joint.
Motor-driven
damper
CRTc including Belimo CM24, 2-10V
Sound attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator
with circular connection spigots
L=500mm
Extract air kit – PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
A commissioning damper is needed in systems with constant airflows in order to balance the extract airflow with
the supply airflow.
For simpler systems,a kit designed for constant airflow is
available. This kit contains commissioning damper, sound
attenuator, extract air register and mounting frames.
Commissioning
damper
CRPc-9 Commissioning damper
with perforated damper blade and
manually adjustable blade
Sound attenuator
CLA rectangular sound attenuator
with circular connection spigots
L=500mm
Extract air register EXCa and accompanying mounting
frames: one with a nipple and one
with a joint
Extract air register EXCa and accompanying mounting
frames: One with a nipple and one
with a joint
Motor-driven
damper
Commissioning
damper
Sound attenuator
Sound attenuators
Extract air
register
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Figure 17. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
Extract air
register
Figure 18. Extract air kit - PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
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SYST MS M8 suspension kit
In the applications in which the Paragon Wall is not
mounted in direct contact with the ceiling, a suspension
kit is available which simplifies the task of lowering it to
hang at the level desired.
Venting nipple
A venting nipple with push-on connection can be utilised
in combination with type SYST FS F20 flexible hoses. This
is normally not needed, but can be an option if the coil
in the paragon Wall is at the highest point on the water
loop.
Figure 19. Suspension kit, SYST MS M8
Figure 21. Venting nipple, SYST AR
In applications in which you desire to avoid risk of movement in the pipe system caused by heat expansion, you
can advantageously utilize flexible hoses for the connection of chilled water and hot water. Eventual vibrations
via the pipe system are at the same time diminished to an
absolute minimum.
SMST1.asm
Flexible hoses
F1
F20
F30
Figure 20. Flexible connection hoses, SYST FH
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PARAGON WALL
Installation
Air connection
Assembly
If the supply air kit is included in the installation, connect
the parts in the following order, viewed from the Paragon
Wall:
A Ø 125 mm air duct including gasket should be connected directly to a fixed nipple.
The Paragon Wall is delivered with two mounting brackets designed for installation directly against the ceiling. By loosening the mounting brackets from the unit,
they can be easily fastened to the ceiling beams with
approximate distance to the desired final position of the
outlet grille. Then lift the Paragon Wall unit and push it
into the mounting brackets. When you have precisionadjusted the unit to the correct position, lock the mounting brackets to totally secure the unit is fixed position.
The next step is to connect the air duct, cooling pipes,
heating pipes and power supply (24 V AC) to the control
equipment. The motor dampers can be directly wired
into the controller in the Paragon Wall, if a supply air kit
and an extract air kit are included in the installation. The
SYST MS suspension kit (must be ordered separately) can
preferably be used in cases when the Paragon Wall should
not be mounted directly against the ceiling. For detailed
mounting instruction see separate document available for
downloading at www.swegon.com.
1.
PARAGON WALL Comfort module
2.
Air duct, Ø 125 mm
3.
Sound attenuator, CLA
4.
Air duct, Ø 125 mm
5.
CRT motor-driven damper
Note that the supply and extract air kits are also available
for 100 dia. conn. This kit is suitable for use if the space is
limited and low airflows are discharged into the room.
Water connections
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If the Paragon Wall is supplied with factory-fitted control
equipment, the supply water (cooling and heating) should
be connected to Ø 12 x 1.0 mm (Cu) flat pipe end. The
return water (cooling and heating) should be connected
to the valves, DN ½" male threads.
If the Paragon Wall is supplied without control equipment, all the pipes (supply/return – cooling/heating)
should be connected to Ø 12 x 1.0 mm (Cu) flat pipe end.
N.B.! Support sleeves must be used if compression ring
couplings are fitted. It is important use a pipe wrench to
adequately restrain the pipe connections when tightening
external connections to prevent damage to the connection pipes.
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To connect the feed-back control
equipment
CONDUCTOR
If the CONDUCTOR control equipment is supplied in
factory-fitted condition, the actuator (cooling and heating) is wired to the controller on delivery. The controller
must be energized in order to start up the feed-back
control functions. This occurs either through the supply of
power via a 24 V AC network or through the addition of
a separate transformer.
The transformer is available as accessory and must be
ordered separately. Note that a transformer normally
supplies enough current to operate up to 6 controllers.
This assumes that the Paragon Wall units with factory-fitted mounted CONDUCTOR are situated within a reasonable distance, to avoid too drastic voltage drops in the
cables.
LUNA
If the Paragon Wall is equipped with LUNA factory-fitted
control equipment, the actuator (cooling and heating)
is wired to a terminal block, which is simple to reach
after dismantling the recirculation grille in the bottom
side of the Paragon Wall. There is no controller mounted
in the Paragon Wall, since the intelligence in the LUNA
is integrated into the room controller. The controller is
then instead delivered separately well packaged together
with the Paragon Wall. The controller must be energized
before it can be started up. This is done either by supplying 24 V AC from a network or through the addition of a
separate transformer.
The transformer is available as accessory and must be
ordered separately. Note that a transformer normally supplies enough current to operate up to 6 controllers. This
assumes that the Paragon Wall units with factory-fitted
mounted LUNA are situated within a reasonable distance,
to avoid too drastic voltage drops.
The room controller is delivered well packaged together
with the Paragon Wall. The room controller can either
operate with wireless remote control or have a wired
cable connection. If the controller operates through
wireless communication, 4 size AAA batteries supply it
with power. If cable connection is used, the room unit is
supplied with power via the same cabling used for communication between the module controller and the room
controller. As soon as the module controller and the room
controller are energized, you simply enter the ID number
of the module controller into the room controller to start
wireless communication. If the room controller is connected via a cable, you are not required to enter any ID
number.
There are several accessories available to special order for
utilising the energy saving functions available in the CONDUCTOR with application W4.1 (standard). The motor
operated dampers can be easily wired directly to the
controller, if the supply and extract air kits are included in
the installation.
For hotels there is provision for connecting a key card
holder intended to serve as a presence sensor. Of course
traditional presence sensors can also be connected, if they
are required. There is also an input for a window contact
(not accessory), which can be utilized for saving energy
when the window is opened. For more information regarding CONDUCTOR W4.1, see the separate product data
sheet.
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Maintenance
Since the Paragon Wall operates without any built-in fan,
without filter and without a drainage system, very little
maintenance is required. In a hotel room or a hospital
ward, it is normally sufficient to vacuum clean the back
side of the coil every six months to remove loose dust. A
simple visual inspection of connections and wiping the
supply air grille and the condensate drip tray with a damp
cloth is also recommended. Avoid aggressive cleaning
agents which may harm painted surfaces. Normally a mild
soap or alcohol solution is fully adequate for cleaning.
Note that the dry operation without condensation minimises the risk of bacteria growth that otherwise is occurs
in wet systems.
To wire the electric heating elements
Swegon’s LUNA or your own control system can be used
for controlling the heating elements in the electric variant
of the Paragon Wall.
Information about how to wire the control system is
provided in a separate product data sheet and installation
instructions at www.swegon.com
CE marking
The Paragon Wall with electric heating is CE marked in
accordance with applicable regulations.
The CE Declaration is available at our home page: www.
swegon.com
The requirement for maintenance is yet lower in an office
room, since this type of environment is normally much
more dust-free, and this allows longer intervals between
scheduled maintenance. It is normally enough to clean
the coil in an office room once every second year.
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Dimensions and Weights
940/1140/1340/1540
20
20
c-c 130
Ø 6,5 (2x)
Ø 6,5 (2x)
900/1100/1300/1500 ±3
930/1130/1330/1530 ±3
Figure 22. View seen from above
130
R
50
90
130
D
450/550/650/750
B2
40 210
A1
75
A2
B1
C
450/550/650/750
L
B2 130
A1
A2
D
130
90
50
210 40
75
C
B1
Figure 23. View of the backside, connections
L = left-hand connection; R = right-hand connection
A1 = Cooling water, inlet Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A2 = Cooling water, return Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu).
A1 = Heating water, inlet Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A2 = Heating water, return Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu).
C = Connection piece for primary air, Ø125 mm
D = Cable grommets, 3x
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256 ±3
253 ±1
278
E
8
265
293
Table 19 - Weight - Variant B
NC
L
Dry
kg
Water volume
cooling, litres
Water volume
heating, litres
900
24.6
0.7
0.22
1100
28.3
0.8
0.28
1300
32.1
0.95
0.34
1500
35.8
1.1
0.40
HC
L
Dry
kg
Water volume
cooling, litres
Water volume
heating, litres
900
25.7
1.0
0.22
370 ±50
680 ±3
Figure 24. Viewed from end panel
E = Condensate drip tray
1100
29.6
1.2
0.28
1300
33.5
1.4
0.34
1500
37.4
1.6
0.40
Weight = without grills
Table 20 - Weight - Variant X
NC
L
Dry
kg
Water volume
cooling, litres
900
25.2
0,7
1100
29
0,8
1300
32,9
0,95
1500
36,5
1,1
HC
L
Dry
kg
Water volume
cooling, litres
26,3
1,0
30,3
1,2
1300
34,3
1,4
1500
38,2
1,6
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900
1100
Weight = without grills
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Dimensions, accessories
A
A
B
B
Figure 25. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-VAV-125
Spiral ducts are not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
Figure 27. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-CAV-125
Spiral ducts are not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
A
B
Figure 26. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-VAV-100
Size 100 spiral ducts and jointing sleeves are not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
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Figure 28. Supply air kit, PARAGON T-SAK-CAV-100
Size 100 spiral ducts and jointing sleeves are not included.
Spiral duct A: Min. length: 330mm
Spiral duct B: Min. length: 70mm
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Figure 29. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK
B
A
A
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Figure 30. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK-VAV
Available for connection sizes 125 and 100.
Spiral ducts and ends are not included
A: Min. length: 770mm
B: Min. length: 360mm
B
Figure 31. Extract air kit, PARAGON T-EAK-CAV
Available for connection sizes 125 and 100.
Spiral ducts and bends are not included
A: Min. length: 770mm
B: Min. length: 360mm
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Figure 32. Dimension print, CLA sound attenuator Ø100-500 or Ø125-500.
Included in PARAGON T-SAK and PARAGON T-EAK:
Figure 33. Dimension print, motor-driven damper.
Included in PARAGON T-SAK-VAV and PARAGON T-EAK-VAV:
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Figure 34. Dimension print, commissioning damper.
Included in PARAGON T-SAK-CAV and PARAGON T-EAK-CAV:
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Factory-fitted control equipment
Optional: Orders can be placed for factory-fitted control
equipment for the Paragon Wall.
See in the table below what is included in the various
control system kits available for Paragon and Paragon
Wall.
Figure 36. PARAGON T-LUNA-CH
Figure 35. PARAGON T-COND-W4.1-CH
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Figure 37. PARAGON T-COND-SLAVE-CH
Table 21. The components included in the control system kit that is available for the Paragon Wall
Designation
Valve
Actuator
PARAGON T-
Terminal
block
" " COND-W3-CH
2
2
" " COND-W1-CH
2
2
" " COND-W4.1-CH
2
2
" " COND-SLAVE-CH
2
2
2
2
" " LUNA-CH
2
2
" " COND-W3-C
1
1
" " COND-W1-C
1
1
W1
W3
W4.1
Room controller
RE-S
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
" " LUNA-C
1
1
2
1
1
1
" " COND-W4.1-C
RU
Pressure
Sensor
1
1
" " COND-SLAVE-C
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Module Controller
1
1
1
1
1
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Ordering key
PARAGON WALL Ordering key
PARAGON WALL
PARAGON WALL Ordering key
Type PARAGON WALL comfort module for cooling, heating, ventilation and control. As standard, factory assembled components are included for plug & play installation.
a-
Connection side
R - Right-hand
L - Left-hand
The building contractor cuts the openings in corridor wall
for the supply air duct, in the interior wall and suspended
ceiling for the supply air and extract air grilles and in the
bathroom ceiling for the extract air duct.
The electrical installation contractor connects the power
(24 V) and the signal cables to the wiring terminals
equipped with spring-loaded pressure connections. The
maximum permissible cable cross-sectional area is 2.5
mm2.
For reliable operation we recommend the use of cable
ends with multi-pin connectors.
For particulars on how to wire the electric heating, see
the separate installation instructions at www.swegon.com
e-
fg
Function:
B = Cooling and heating
X = Cooling and electric heating
At these connection points, the RE pipework contractor
connects to plain pipe end and/or male threads towards
valves, fills the system, bleeds it and tests the pressure in
the circuits.
EE electrical equipment contractor provides a 24 V AC
network power supply or earthed 230 V outlets for a
transformer, as well as a junction box, if required, installed
in a wall for a room thermostat.
dd-
Length (mm)
900, 1100. 1300 and 1500
Capacity variant
NC – Normal version
HC – High capacity version
The ventilation contractor connects to the duct connections with dimensions as specified on the basic size drawing in the section "Dimensions".
c-
Version:
PARAGON WALL delivery demarcation
Swegon’s limits of supply are at the connection points for
water.
bbbb-
Flow variant
Upper nozzle row:
L, M, H
Lower nozzle row:
L, M, H
Factory-fitted controls kit, optional
Control equipment,
factory fitted
PARAGON a-
T-COND- bbbbb- cc
Version:
CONDUCTOR
W1, W3, W4.1 or SLAVE
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
Control equipment,
factory fitted
PARAGON
a- T-LUNA- bb
Version:
LUNA
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
Example 1:
The PARAGON without control equipment:
PARAGON WALL a-1100-B-NC-R-LM
Example 2:
The PARAGON WALL with left-hand connecton and
CONDUCTOR W4.1 factory-fitted control equipment for
cooling and waterborne heating
PARAGON WALL a-1300-B-HC-L-MH
PARAGON a-T-COND-W4.1-CH
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Available to order, kit and accessories
Supply air VAV: PARAGON CRTc motor-driven damper
kit
with tight damper blade with damper
actuator and CLA sound attenuator
CAV: PARAGON CRPc manually adjustable
damper with perforated damper blade with
damper actuator and CLA sound attenuator
Extract
air kit
VAV: PARAGON CRTc motor-driven damper
with tight damper blade with damper
actuator, CLA sound attenuator and extract
air register with mounting frame
CAV: PARAGON CRPc manually adjustable
damper with perforated damper blade with
damper actuator, CLA sound attenuator and
extract air register with mounting frame
Flexible
connection hose
Connection hose is supplied with clamping
ring coupling, push-on coupling or sleeve
nut.
Assembly Ceiling mounting bracket and threaded rod
piece
for mounting in ceiling. Double threaded
rods with thread lock are also available.
Venting
nipple
Venting nipple with push-on coupling for
connection to the return pipe for water,
diameter: 12 mm
aaaa-
b
200; 500; 1000
Type:
1=One threaded rod
2=Two threaded rods and a thread lock
Flexible connection hose,
(1 piece)
SYST FH F1- aaa-
12
SYST FH F20- aaa-
12
Compression ring (Ø12 mm)
against pipe in both ends
(excl. support sleeves)
Length (mm):
300; 500; 700
Flexible connection hose,
(1 piece)
Quick-fit push-on coupling (Ø12 mm)
against pipe in both ends
SYST FH F30- aaa-
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Quick-fit push-on coupling (Ø12 mm)
against pipe in one end, sleeve
nut G20ID in the other end.
a- T-SAK-VAV- bbb
Version:
Kit with motor-driven damper
Length (mm):
200; 400; 600
Venting nipple
Ø100; Ø125
Supply air kit
SYST MS M8-
Length of threaded rod (mm):
Flexible connection hose,
(1 piece)
Factory-fitted accessory kit
PARAGON
Assembly piece
Length (mm):
275; 475; 675
For further accessories for the control equipment, see
the CONDUCTOR and LUNA product datasheets.
Supply air kit
Ordering Key, Accessories
SYST AR12
PARAGON a- T-SAK-CAV- bbb
Version:
Kit with manually adjustable damper
Ø100; Ø125
Extract air kit
PARAGON a- T-EAK-VAV- bbb
Version:
Kit with motor-driven damper
Ø100; Ø125
Extract air kit
PARAGON a- T-EAK-CAV- bbb
Version:
Kit with manually adjustable damper
Ø100; Ø125
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Specification text
Example of a specification text conforming to VVS AMA
Standard.
Factory-fitted controls kit:
• PARAGON a-T-COND-bbbbb-cc xx items
• PARAGON a-T-LUNA-bb xx items
KB XX
Swegon’s PARAGON WALL comfort module that supplies
air via a common supply air and recirculated air grille.
For rear edge installation in a wall or ceiling, with the following functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Cooling
Heating, (water or electric)
Ventilation
VariFlow for simple adjustment of the airflows
ADC
125 mm dia. duct connection
Built-in recirculating air opening
Coil and control equipment, if required, accessible via
an inspection cover
Cleanable
Fixed measurement tapping with tube
Supply air and recirculating air grille painted in standard shade of white (RAL 9003)
Contractor demarcation at the connection points for
water and air according to the outline drawing
At the connection points, the pipe contractor connects
the piping to 12 mm plain pipe ends; then the ventilation contractor connects the ducting to the 25 mm
dia. insertion joint(s).
The pipework contractor fills, bleeds, tests the pressure
and assumes responsibility for the design water flows
reaching each branch of the system and the climate
beam.
The ventilation contractor conducts initial commissioning of the airflows.
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Factory-fitted accessory kit:
• PARAGON a-T-SAK-VAV-bbb xx items
• PARAGON a-T-SAK-CAV-bbb xx items
• PARAGON a-T-EAK-VAV-bbb xx items
• PARAGON a-T-EAK-CAV-bbb xx items
Accessories:
• Commissioning damper, SYST CPRc 9-125, xx items.
• Assembly piece SYST MS M8 aaaa-b
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F1 aaa - 12 xx items
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F20 aaa- 12 xx items
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FH F30 aaa- 12 xx items
• Venting nipple, SYST AR 12 xx items
etc.
Specify the quantity separately or with reference to the
drawing.
Size:
KB XX-1 PARAGON WALL a-bbbb-c-dd-e-fg with factoryfitted control equipment
PARAGON a-T-COND-bbbbb-cc xx items
KB XX-2 PARAGON WALL a-bbbb-c-dd-e-fg xx items
etc.
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