PARASOLa

PARASOLa
Parasol
Integrated Comfort Modules
PARASOL
Parasol Comfort Modules
Flexibility
Parasol is the generic name of a family of products consisting of comfort modules. The modules are designed
to supplement one another and together create optimal
room comfort.
The easily adjustable nozzles in combination with Swegon
ADCII (Anti-Draught Control), offer maximal flexibility if
changes in the room layout become necessary.
Modules:
Supply air
Supply air and cooling
Supply air, cooling and heating (water)
Supply air, cooling and electric heating
Installation:
Flush mounting for suspended ceilings
Function
The comfort modules operate on a basic principle that
is closely akin to that of chilled beams. The difference is
mainly that the comfort module distributes air in four directions instead of two. This maximizes the area where supply
air is mixed with room air so that the modules discharge air
at high capacity, yet they do not occupy more ceiling space
than necessary.
The comfort modules are also optimized to quickly mix the
discharged air with room air providing better comfort in
the room. In heating applications, this technique can be
advantageously utilized to efficiently provide provide heat
along the ceiling.
All the sides can be set independently of one another so
that the comfort module can distribute more or less air and
simultaneously discharge air in whatever direction desired
in the room.
Design
The face plate of the Parasol has three different perforation patterns. As standard, the face plate has round perforations arranged in a triangular pattern however other
variants are available as special order.
Primary airflow:
Pressure range:
Total cooling capacity:
Up to 55 l/s
50 to 150 Pa
Up to 2055 W
Heating capacityr: Water:
Electric:
Up to 2700 W
Up to 1000 W
Sizes:
Height:
600:
592 x 592 mm
617 x 617 mm
667 x 667 mm
230 mm
1200:
1192 x 592 mm
1242 x 617 mm
1342 x 667 mm
230 mm
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PARASOL
Draught-free indoor climate
The Parasol has a four-way air distribution, providing low
air velocities into the space. The low air velocity is reached
by distributing the cooled air over a large surface area. The
special design of the outlet creates a turbulent flow, which
causes the air to be quickly mixed with the room air. The
comfort module’s closed design with a recirculation grille
for return air in the face of the unit also contributes to the
advantageous mixing performance.
Figure 2. Variant B: Heating function (also includes cooling function)
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
Variants
The Parasol is available in three basic variants:
Variant A:
Ventilation and water-based cooling from a coil
Variant B:
Ventilation, water-based cooling and heating
from coils
Variant C:
Ventilation
Variant X:
Ventilation, water-based cooling from a coil and
heating from electric elements in the coil
Figure 3. Variant C: Supply air function
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with room air
Figure 1. Variant A: Cooling function
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
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High capacity
Thanks to its high capacity, the Parasol utilizes 40-50%
less ceiling surface to take care of the cooling load in a
normal office, compared with a traditional chilled beam.
Simple to adjust
By means of its integrated nozzle adjustment with a multitude of possible settings, the Parasol provides optimal
comfort and can easily be adapted in the event of refurbishment of room sizes or if the nature of the business
changes. The comfort module can be set so that different
volumes of air are distributed on each side and for both
high and low rates of airflow.
Range of application
The Parasol is ideal for use as a standard application in
such premises as:
• Offices and conference rooms
Figure 4. Variant C: Supply air function
• Classrooms
1 = Primary air
• Hotels
2 = Induced room air
• Restaurants
• Hospitals
Supply air module
• Shops
A comfort module for supply air only is available (variant
C – without a coil) to supplement certain types of rooms
where the occupants need a large quantity of air, but only
a smaller amount of water-based cooling energy. This applies, for instance, to certain conference rooms or the inner
zones in large rooms. To avoid over-sizing, it is common to
combine units with cooling function and units with supply
air function only. Since the supply air variant is also designed according to the induction principle, it is possible to
discharge supply air substantially below room temperature
and yet not need to think about possible reheating, which
may be required in combined systems with chilled beams
and air diffusers. The rate of induction varies depending on
pressure and flow conditions but lies generally in the range
of 3-5 which means that if you add 30 l/s, 3 to 5 times
as much warm room air (90–150 l/s) will be induced. The
mixed air then has a substantially higher temperature than
the temperature of the supply air which reduces the risk of
draught in the occupied zone.
• Shopping centres
Another advantage of the supply air module is, that it
operates with the same duct pressure as the modules with
coil. In other words, there is no need to throttle the pressure in any duct branch more than necessary. Instead of
incorporating a coil into the supply air module, the module
has an induction control with punched nozzles that is
designed to provide the same rate of induction as the units
with a coil. This makes it possible to use Swegon ProSelect,
the dimensioning program for sizing the throw lengths,
even for supply air modules. If shorter throw lengths than
standard are desirable, certain openings can be plugged
to reduce the free area in the induction control, to reduce
the percentage of induced room air. The capacity of the
primary air is never affected by an increase or decrease in
the rate of induction.
Always in stock
Simple to install
The dimensions of the small, compact Parasol units fit
those of the most commonly used ceiling modules, which
also makes them easy to install. The small dimensions are
useful during handling, especially when the products are
handled at the building site, with less damage caused by
handling and reduced health and safety issues.
Ceiling system flexibility
The range available includes module dimensions to fit the
standardized ceiling dimensions: c-c 600, 625 and 675
mm. There is also an installation frame for plaster ceilings
and ceiling solutions of the ‘clip-in’ type, e.g. Dampa and
FineLine.
To ensure short delivery times, the Parasol standard
versions, with the most common functions, are held in
stock.
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With its many installation options, The Parasol functions
can easily be adapted to a new kind of business or to
changes in the layout of the room.
PARASOL
Figure 5. Nozzle adjustment
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PARASOL
ADCII
All the comfort modules contain ADCII as standard. ADC
stands for Anti Draught Control, which enables you to set
the diffusion pattern of the air being distributed to avoid
risk of draught. A number of ADCII sections with four air
deflectors per section are arranged on each side of the
unit. Each section is adjustable from a straight setting
to 40° air deflection to the right or left in increments of
10°. This provides enormous flexibility and can be easily
adjusted without at all having to affect the system as a
whole.
The sound level and static pressure is not affected at all by
the ADCII. The water capacity is reduced by 5-10% when
the ADCII is adjusted to fan-shape setting.
-40
0
+40
Figure 7. Possible settings for the ADCII, Fan shape
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40
Figure 8. Possible settings for the ADCII, X-shape
Figure 6. ADCII, setting range from -40° to +40° in increments of
10°
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Aesthetic flexibility
The face of the unit is available with three different perforation patterns, so that it can be adapted to suit different
kinds of ceiling components, e.g. light fittings and exhaust
grilles that share the surface in a suspended ceiling. This
avoids the clutter effect of mismatched components.
Other patterns are, of course, available on special order.
For further details, get in touch with your nearest Swegon
representative.
Factory-fitted indoor environmental control
as an option
To make installation even easier, there is the option to
install the LUNA room control equipment factory-fitted to
the Parasol. All necessary components (except the room
controller and transformer) are in place and connected
to one single connection terminal card for ‘plug & play’
installation.
LUNA
Figure 9. Standard face plate
Circular holes arranged in a triangular pattern.
LUNA is Swegon’s latest indoor environmental control
equipment for water-based indoor climate systems (see
Figure 12). It is built around a digital room controller
that operates with a PI function in combination with
pulse width modulation to provide a healthy climate in
the room with small variations in temperature. Digital
processors make it possible to change the settings so that
the function can be adapted as required after changes
in the nature of the business or refurbishment work. The
actuators are thermoelectric and are fitted with an easyto-interpret operational status indicator. The factory-fitted
control equipment includes valves, actuator, terminal box
with spring-loaded input and output terminals, and condensation sensor.
The condensation sensor is mounted on the supply pipe
for cooling in direct connection with the coil. In order to
achieve a complete installation it must be supplemented
with a room controller and a transformer. These must be
ordered separately (see Figure 13).
The LUNA can also be used as a controller for the Parasol
variant with electric heating. In such a solution, you have
to relocate a jumper inside the controller and reprogram
its heating output signal for controlling a triac unit with
pulse-width modulation. The Triac unit in turn supplies
current to the tubular heating elements in the parasol
with a regulated 230 V power supply (Figure 14).
Figure 10. PD face plate
Circular holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border
Other information about the LUNA indoor environment
control equipment can be found in a separate product
datasheet at www.swegon.com.
Figure 11. PE face plate
Square holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated border
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Figure 13. Typical installation, water-based cooling and heating
Figure 15. To adjust the kv value.
A = Protective housing, rotatable through 180°
LUNA TS
Commissioning
LUNA RE-S
1.
Fit the protective housing A over the valve.
2. Turn the protective housing until the desired reference
mark is centred with mark B on the valve.
Table 1. kv value (m³/h) for different adjustment
marks
TRIAC TR
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A = Reference mark
230 V
B = kv value
Figure 14. Installation, water-based cooling and electric heating
Valve maintenance
To adjust the valve
On delivery, the valves are fully open (position N: kv 0.89).
Set the desired kv value when commissioning. The flow
rate can be set by adjusting the valve cone setting. This
is easily done using the protective housing (supplied with
the unit) with a kv scale having marks of different length
(see Table 1). The lifting height is always the same
regardless of setting.
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The valves do not normally require any maintenance at
all. If anything should damage the stuffing box, it can
be replaced even while the system is under pressure. A
special tool is required for this.
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Technical Data, Valve
Functional Data
PN class
PN 10
Permissible media:
Chilled and hot water with
anti-freeze agent
Recommendation: Water treatment according to VDI 2035
Media temperature:
1…120°C
Permissible operating
pressure:
1000 kPa (10 bar)
Closing pressure:
60 kPa (0.6 bar)
Pressure drop for fully
open valve (Δpv100):
recommended range:
5 … 20 kPa (0.05 … 0.2 bar)
Lifting height:
2 mm
Material
Valve body:
Brass, dull nickel plated
Connection nipple:
Brass, dull nickel plated
Protective housing:
Polypropylene
O-ring:
EPDM
Connection
R male threads:
½’’ B to ISO 7/1
Inlet/Outlet
Rp female threads:
8
½” to ISO 7/1
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PARASOL
Installation
Conductor colour,
terminal box
Conductor’s function
Parasol is designed for use in most T-grid ceiling systems
and clip-in type ceilings in terms of length and width. To
guarantee a quality finish in T-grid systems, we recommend a T profile with a width of 24 mm.
Brown
Phase, 230 V AC
Blue
zero conductor
Green/yellow
protective earth
White
Overheating protection*
Suspension
Black
Overheating protection*
Recommended types of ceiling
The single-module units have two mounting points for
suspension, and are installed using one, alternatively two
threaded rods in each mount (Figure 16). The doublemodule units have four mounting points, and are installed
using one, alternatively two threaded rods in each mount
(Figure 17). A double threaded rod with a thread lock
should be used if there is substantial distance between
the roof slab and the unit. When the unit is installed close
to the roof slab, a 200 mm threaded rod should be used.
The threaded rod, assembly piece SYST MS (Figure 19),
must be ordered separately.
Connection dimensions
Water - cooling, plain pipe end (Cu)
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Water - heating, plain pipe end (Cu)
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Air, connecting piece
Ø 125 mm
To connect the air
The air connection piece is supplied and must be installed so that it can then be connected to the primary air
duct (see Figure 18). A cap is fitted at the factory to the
left-hand air connection, but the connections can easily be
switched if the air connection spigot has to be fitted to the
left.
To connect the water
Connect the water pipes using push-on couplings or
clamping ring couplings.
Do not use a solder coupling to connect the water pipes.
High temperatures can damage the unit’s existing solders.
Flexible connection hoses for water may be ordered separately.
Connecting the electric heating elements
Overheating protection
The Parasol with electric heating is equipped with two
thermal overheat protections.
The protection, with automatic reset, switches out the
heating elements (the zero conductor) when the temperature exceeds 60 °C. When the temperature has dropped
to 50 °C the protection closes the circuit again and reenergizes the heating elements. If the temperature rises to 75
°C the second overheat protection will trip, this protection
requires a manual reset, switches out the heating elements
(the phase conductor).
The perforated face plate must first be removed before
you can reset the overheat protection. The red reset
button is situated between the air heater and the end
panel through which the cooling water pipes are installed. After the overheat protection has been reset, refit and
press the face plate to secure it.
CE marking
The Parasol with electric heating is CE marked in accordance with applicable regulations. The CE Declaration of
Conformity is available at our website: www.swegon.com.
Condensation-free cooling
Since the comfort modules have to be dimensioned to
operate without condensation, no drainage system is
required.
To connect the indoor environment control
equipment
If the indoor environment control system is fitted in the
factory, connect the return pipe for chilled water and heating directly to the valve (external thread DN ½”). Connect
all connecting electrical cables to the connection card with
spring-loaded terminals provided see Figure 20.
Swegon’s LUNA or your own control system can be used
for controlling the heating elements in the electric variant
of the Parasol. For particulars on how to wire the LUNA
control system and necessary how to relocate the jumper,
see our separate product datasheet and the installation
instructions available at our website: www.swegon.com.
If you use a control system of your own, wire the electrical
connections to the screw terminal blocks in Parasol’s terminal box according to the table below.
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Parasol is supplied as standard with an open air connection on the right-hand side (seen from the side where the
water is connected).
* Text inputs for overheating protection with manual reset.
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Figure 19. Assembly piece SYST MS-1, ceiling mount and
threaded rod.
Figure 16. Suspending a single-module unit
Figure 17. Suspending a double-module unit
Figure 20. Connection – LUNA.
Figure 18. Air connection piece
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Designations
Technical data
Cooling capacity, max.
2055 W
P
Capacity (W)
Heating capacity, water, max.
2700 W
1000 W
tl
Temperature of primary air (°C)
Heating capacity, electric, max.
tr
Temperature of room air (°C)
tm
Mean water temperature (°C)
ΔTm
Temperature difference tr - tm (K)
ΔTl
Temperature difference tl - tr (K)
ΔTk
Temperature difference of cooling water flow and
return (K)
ΔTv
Temperature difference of heating water flow and
return (K)
v
Water velocity (m/s)
q
Airflow (l/s)
P
Pressure (Pa)
Δp
Pressure drop (Pa)
Airflow
Single-module unit
7-34 l/s
Double-module unit
7-55 l/s
Length
Single-module unit
592; 617; 667 mm
Double-module unit
1192; 1242; 1,342 mm
Width
592; 617; 667 mm
Height
230 mm
Dimensions of the units have a tolerance of (±2) mm.
Weight table
Size
Functional
Dry weight
Filled with water
mm
variant
(kg)
(kg)
600
A
14.3
15.5
600
B
14.4
15.9
600
C
11.6
-
1200
A
22.2
23.6
1200
B
25.8
28.2
1200
C
20.1
-
Supplementary index: k = cooling, v = heating, l = air,
i = initial adjustment, corr = correction
Pressure drop in nozzle
Δpl = (ql / kpl) 2
Δpl
Pressure drop in nozzle (pa)
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s)
kpl
Pressure drop constant for nozzle setting, see
Tables 2-5
Recommended limit values
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Pressure levels
Coil working pressure, max.
1600 kPa *
Coil test pressure, max.
2400 kPa *
* Applicable without control equipment fitted
Nozzle pressure
50-150 Pa
Recommended min. nozzle pressure if coil
heat is used, pi
70 Pa
Recommended min. nozzle pressure with
face plate in the high output mode
70 Pa
Water flow
Ensures evacuation of any air pockets in the system.
Cooling water, min.
0.030 l/s
Heating water, min.
0.013 l/s
Temperature differentials
Cooling water, temperature increase
2–5 K
Heating water, drop in temperature
4-10 K
Temperature differences are always expressed in Kelvin (K).
Flow temperature
Cooling water
*
Heating water, max.
60ºC
* Cooling water must always be kept at a level that ensures
that no condensation is formed.
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Cooling
Chart 1. Water Flow – Cooling Capacity
Standard
T
K
K
K
The cooling capacities have been measured in accordance
with prEN 15 116 and have been converted for constant
water flow according to Diagram 2/3.
K
K
Calculating Formulae - Cooling
Below are some formulae that enable the user to calculate
which comfort module selection is applicable. The values
for the calculations can be taken from the tables.
K
Pressure drop in cooling circuit
Δpk = (qk / kpk) 2
Δpk
Pressure drop in cooling coil (kPa)
qk
Flow of cooling water (l/s), see Chart 1
kpk
Pressure drop constant for cooling circuit, see
Tables 2-5
Cooling capacity of the air
Corrected capacity – water flow
Different water flow rates to some extent have effects on
the capacity output. By checking calculated water flow
against Chart 2 or 3, the capacity indicated in Tables 2-5
may need to be slightly adjusted up or down.
Pl = 1.2 . ql . ΔTl
Pl
Cooling capacity of the primary air (W)
Corrected Capacity – Water Flow
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s) Tables 2Flow of primary air (l/s)
Pcorr = K · Pk
Pcorr
Corrected capacity (W)
ΔTl
Temperature difference between primary air
(tl) and room air (tr) (K)
k
Correction factor
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water
Water’s cooling capacity
Pk = 4186 · qk · ΔTk
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water (W)
qk
Cooling water flow (l/s)
ΔTk
Temperature difference of cooling water
flow and return (K)
Chart 2. Corrected Capacity – Water flow, Parasol 600
Chart 3. Corrected Capacity – Water flow, Parasol 1200
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Chart 4. Pressure Drop – Cooling Water Flow
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Table 2 – Data – Cooling Sizing Guide for Parasol 600 MF units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
Primary
airflow
Sound Nozzle
level in pressure
dB(A)
pi (Pa)
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ΔTmk
3)
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
kpk
600
LLLL
7
<20
48
50
67
84
101
190
220
250
280
309
339
368
1,01
0.0200
600
LLLL
8
<20
62
58
77
96
115
217
251
286
321
355
389
423
1.01
0.0200
600
LLLL
9
<20
79
65
86
108
130
241
279
318
357
395
434
472
1.01
0.0200
600
LLLL
10
22
98
72
96
120
144
262
304
347
389
431
473
515
1.01
0.0200
600
LLLL
12
27
140
86
115
144
173
299
348
397
445
494
542
591
1.01
0.0200
600
MMMM
12
<20
47
86
115
144
173
227
262
297
331
365
398
432
1.76
0.0200
600
MMMM
14
22
63
101
134
168
202
263
305
345
386
426
467
507
1.76
0.0200
600
MMMM
16
26
83
115
154
192
230
294
341
388
434
480
526
571
1.76
0.0200
600
MMMM
18
30
105
130
173
216
259
322
374
425
476
527
578
629
1.76
0.0200
600
MMMM
20
33
129
144
192
240
288
346
402
458
514
569
625
680
1.76
0.0200
600
HHHH
20
20
52
144
192
240
288
285
331
377
422
468
514
559
2.77
0.0200
600
HHHH
23
25
69
166
221
276
331
324
376
428
479
530
581
632
2.77
0.0200
600
HHHH
26
28
88
187
250
312
374
359
416
473
529
585
641
697
2.77
0.0200
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ΔTl
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
600
HHHH
30
33
117
216
288
360
432
399
462
525
587
649
711
772
2.77
0.0200
600
HHHH
34
36
150
245
326
408
490
434
503
571
638
705
771
838
2.77
0.0200
Table 3 – Data – Cooling Sizing Guide for Parasol 1200 LF units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
PriSound
mary level in
airflow dB(A)
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
1200
LLLL
7
<20
1200
LLLL
8
<20
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ΔTl
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ΔTmk
3)
6
8
10
12
60
50
67
84
101
78
58
77
96
115
6
7
8
9
293
340
388
330
384
437
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
12
kpl
kpk
529
575
0.90
0.0220
597
650
0.90
0.0220
10
11
435
482
491
544
1200
LLLL
9
<20
99
65
86
108
130
363
422
481
540
599
657
716
0.90
0.0220
1200
LLLL
10
<20
122
72
96
120
144
393
457
520
584
648
711
775
0.90
0.0220
1200
LLLL
11
23
148
79
106
132
158
419
488
556
624
692
760
828
0.90
0.0220
1200
MMMM
9
<20
49
65
86
108
130
299
349
398
448
497
547
597
1.28
0.0220
1200
MMMM
10
<20
61
72
96
120
144
329
384
439
494
549
604
659
1.28
0.0220
1200
MMMM
12
<20
88
86
115
144
173
382
446
510
574
638
702
766
1.28
0.0220
1200
MMMM
14
<20
120
101
134
168
202
427
498
570
642
713
785
857
1.28
0.0220
1200
MMMM
16
23
156
115
154
192
230
465
544
622
700
779
857
936
1.28
0.0220
1200
HHHH
16
<20
54
115
154
192
230
400
466
533
599
666
732
798
2.18
0.0220
1200
HHHH
18
<20
68
130
173
216
259
438
511
584
657
730
803
876
2.18
0.0220
1200
HHHH
21
<20
93
151
202
252
302
487
569
650
732
814
895
977
2.18
0.0220
1200
HHHH
24
23
121
173
230
288
346
530
619
708
797
886
976
1065
2.18
0.0220
1200
HHHH
27
26
153
194
259
324
389
568
664
759
855
951
1046
1142
2.18
0.0220
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon ProSelect, the sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified sound data is applicable to connection without a damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRPc 9–125 adjustment damper fitted directly to the unit, the required data can be read using the
Swegon ProSelect sizing program.
Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high output mode. When the face plate is in the normal position, the water
capacity is reduced by approx. 5% in the Parasol 600 and approx. 10% in the Parasol 1200.
The capacity is reduced by around 5 % when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
Important! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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Table 4 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for Parasol 1200 MF units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
PriSound Nozzle
mary level in presairflow dB(A) sure pi
Cooling capacity
Cooling capacity water (W)
Primary air (W)
at ΔTl
at ΔTmk
3)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
(Pa)
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
kpk
1200
LLLL
9
<20
49
65
86
108
130
313
365
417
469
521
573
625
1.28
0.0220
1200
LLLL
10
<20
61
72
96
120
144
345
403
460
518
575
633
690
1.28
0.0220
1200
LLLL
12
<20
88
86
115
144
173
400
467
534
601
668
736
803
1.28
0.0220
1200
LLLL
14
<20
120
101
134
168
202
447
522
597
672
747
823
898
1.28
0.0220
1200
LLLL
16
22
156
115
154
192
230
488
570
652
734
816
898
980
1.28
0.0220
1200
MMMM
13
<20
50
94
125
156
187
349
407
466
524
582
641
700
1.84
0.0220
1200
MMMM
15
<20
67
108
144
180
216
397
463
528
593
658
724
789
1.84
0.0220
1200
MMMM
17
<20
85
122
163
204
245
439
511
582
654
725
796
867
1.84
0.0220
1200
MMMM
20
23
118
144
192
240
288
494
574
653
732
811
890
968
1.84
0.0220
1200
MMMM
22
26
143
158
211
264
317
526
611
695
778
862
944
1027
1.84
0.0220
1200
HHHH
22
<20
50
158
211
264
317
416
486
555
625
695
764
834
3.12
0.0220
1200
HHHH
25
<20
64
180
240
300
360
463
540
617
694
771
847
924
3.12
0.0220
1200
HHHH
28
22
81
202
269
336
403
505
588
671
755
838
921
1004
3.12
0.0220
1200
HHHH
33
26
112
238
317
396
475
565
658
750
843
935
1028
1120
3.12
0.0220
1200
HHHH
38
30
148
274
365
456
547
616
717
818
919
1019
1120
1220
3.12
0.0220
Table 5 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for Parasol 1200 HF units
Unit
length
PriSound
mary
level
airflow
in
dB(A)
Nozzle
pressure pi
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ΔTl
1)
(l/s)
2)
(Pa)
6
1200
LLLL
13
<20
50
94
1200
LLLL
15
<20
67
108
1200
LLLL
17
<20
85
122
1200
LLLL
20
23
118
1200
LLLL
22
26
143
1200
MMMM
23
<20
52
1200
MMMM
26
23
66
1200
MMMM
30
27
1200
MMMM
34
31
1200
MMMM
39
35
149
8
Pressure drop
constant
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ΔTmk
3)
10
12
6
7
125
156
187
384
144
180
216
425
163
204
245
462
144
192
240
288
158
211
264
317
166
221
276
331
451
187
250
312
374
490
88
216
288
360
432
534
619
704
787
113
245
326
408
490
573
664
755
845
281
374
468
562
616
714
811
907
1003
air/water
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
kpk
445
507
568
629
690
750
1.84
0.0220
494
562
629
697
764
831
1.84
0.0220
536
610
683
757
830
903
1.84
0.0220
509
591
672
753
834
915
995
1.84
0.0220
536
623
709
794
880
965
1049
1.84
0.0220
523
595
666
737
808
878
3.20
0.0220
568
645
722
799
875
951
3.20
0.0220
871
954
1037
3.20
0.0220
934
1023
1112
3.20
0.0220
1099
1194
3.20
0.0220
1200
HHHH
36
26
51
259
346
432
518
521
601
680
759
837
914
990
5.04
0.0220
1200
HHHH
40
28
63
288
384
480
576
559
645
729
812
895
977
1058
5.04
0.0220
1200
HHHH
45
31
80
324
432
540
648
602
693
783
872
960
1047
1134
5.04
0.0220
1200
HHHH
50
34
98
360
480
600
720
640
736
831
925
1018
1110
1201
5.04
0.0220
1200
HHHH
55
36
119
396
528
660
792
674
775
875
973
1071
1167
1262
5.04
0.0220
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon ProSelect, the sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified sound data is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRPc 9–125 adjustment damper fitted directly to the unit, the required data can be read using the
Swegon ProSelect sizing program.
Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high output mode. When the face plate is in the normal position, the water capacity is reduced by approx. 5% in the Parasol 600 and approx. 10% in the Parasol 1200.
The capacity is reduced by around 5 % when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
Important! The total cooling capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based cooling capacities.
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(mm)
Nozzle
setting
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Table 6. Cooling capacity at natural convection
Cooling capacity (W) for temperature difference, room - water ΔTmk (K)
Unit length (mm)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Parasol 600
17
21
25
29
34
39
43
Parasol 1200
41
51
61
72
83
95
107
Nozzle setting
The unique built-in nozzle control in the Parasol means
that each of the four sides can be set individually. Depending on the unit’s location and the room’s primary air
requirement, the primary air can be guided in all the desired directions. The direction of the airflow can be easily
optimized using the Swegon ProSelect sizing program
available at www.swegon.com.
All the units held in stock are preset to the same nozzle
setting on all four sides. The airflow direction can be
easily adjusted when installing the unit, using the adjustment tools supplied with the unit. This provides logistic
advantages since the fitter does not have to take specific
room markings into account.
k-factor (C.O.P.)
Each nozzle setting has a specific k-factor. A total k-factor
for the unit can be determined by adding together the
k-factors for the nozzle settings on each side. The relevant
k-factor (C.O.P.) for optimized nozzle setting can also be
obtained in ProSelect.
Table 7. K-factor Guide
Type of unit:
Primary airflow
Side
Nozzle setting
k-factor (C.O.P.)
Parasol 600 MF
Low
Any
L
0.253
Medium
Any
M
0.440
High
Any
H
0.693
None
Any
C
0
Parasol 1200 LF
Parasol 1200 MF
Parasol 1200 HF
16
Low
Short side
L
0.124
Medium
Short side
M
0.176
High
Short side
H
0.300
None
Short side
C
0
Low
Long side
L
0.328
Medium
Long side
M
0.464
High
Long side
H
0.792
None
Long side
C
0
Low
Short side
L
0.176
Medium
Short side
M
0.253
High
Short side
H
0.429
None
Short side
C
0
Low
Long side
L
0.464
Medium
Long side
M
0.667
High
Long side
H
1.131
None
Long side
C
0
Low
Short side
L
0.253
Medium
Short side
M
0.440
High
Short side
H
0.693
None
Short side
C
0
Low
Long side
L
0.667
Medium
Long side
M
1.160
High
Long side
H
1.827
None
Long side
C
0
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Specific nozzle settings
To specify optimized nozzle settings, always begin from
the side where there are water connections. From there,
specify side after side in counter-clockwise order, see
Figures 21-23. If you like, you can order the units preset
from the factory (does not apply to units held in stock).
Figure 22. Top view of Parasol 1200, pages 1-4
Figure 21. Top view of Parasol 600, pages 1-4
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Figure 23. Examples of optimized nozzle setting.
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Calculation Example - Cooling
Heating
A cellular office with dimensions w x d x h = 2.4 x 4 x 2.7
m is to be equipped with comfort modules. The total cooling load is estimated at 50 W/m2. To meet this cooling
load, a Parasol is required that produces 50 x 2.4 x 4 =
480 W.
Heating function
Design room temperature (tr) 24°C, cooling water temperature (flow/return) 14/16°C and the primary air temperature (tl) 16°C produces:
ΔTk= 2 K
ΔTmk= 9 K
ΔTl = 8 K
The desired primary air flow to the room (ql) has been
fixed at 16 l/s.
The level of flow-generated sound emitted from the unit
must not exceed 30 dB(A).
Solution
Cooling
The cooling capacity of the primary air can be calculated
using the following formula: Pl = 1.2 · ΔTl · ql
Pl = 1.2 · 8 · 16 = 154 W
The Parasol comfort module must therefore be able to
provide 480 – 154 = 326 W in cooling capacity on the
water side.
From Table 2 we find that a 592 x 592 mm Parasol with
nozzle setting MMMM for a primary airflow of 16 l/s produces 388 W in cooling capacity on the water side. This is
sufficient for coping with the cooling load in the room.
Cooling Water
With a cooling capacity requirement of 326 W for cooling
water, the necessary water flow is obtained in Chart 1. A
temperature increase of ΔTk= 2 K produces a water flow
of 0.039 l/s.
In Chart 2 we can read that a water flow of 0.039 l/s
does not produce a fully turbulent outflow, but that the
capacity must be corrected by a reduction factor of 0.97.
The loss of capacity is compensated by calculating the
comfort module’s required cooling capacity as follows: Pk
= 326 / 0.97 = 336 W.
New water flow from Chart 1, qk = 0.040 l/s.
The pressure drop is calculated on the basis of a water
flow of 0.040 l/s and the pressure drop constant kpk =
0.020, which is taken from Table 2.
The pressure drop can now be read at 4.0 kPa from
Chart 4.
Sound Level
In Table 2 we see that the sound level with an open
damper (or without a damper) reaches 26 dB(A). To see
the cut-off range and the current sound level after adjustment with separate type SYST CRPc 9-125 damper, use
the Swegon ProSelect sizing program, which is available
at www.swegon.com.
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Because of the comfort module’s ability to quickly mix
primary air with room air, PARASOL is ideal for providing
both cooling and heating. In other words, heating spaces,
with air heated above room temperature, from the ceiling
is a good alternative to conventional heating by radiators.
The benefits achieved include lower installation costs,
simpler installation and perimeter walls free from piping
and radiators.
Regardless of the type of heating system installed it is
important to consider the operative temperature in a
room. Most people are comfortable when the operative
temperature in winter is 20–24°C, and for most quality
requirements 22°C is usually regarded as the optimal
level. This means that for a room with a cold perimeter
wall, the air temperature must be higher than 22°C, to
compensate for the chilling effect of the wall. In new buildings with normally insulated perimeter walls and normal
standards of window glazing, the difference between the
room air temperature and the operative temperature is
small. But for older buildings with poor windows, it may
be necessary to raise the air temperature to compensate
for chill from perimeter walls. Different operating scenarios can be simulated easily using the Swegon ProClim
Web software to calculate the heat balance and determine the room air temperature and operative temperature.
Supplying heated air from the ceiling results in some stratification of the air. With a maximum supply temperature
of 40°C, the stratification is non-existent, while at 60°C it
can be around 4 K in the occupied zone. This only applies
during the warming-up phase, when the room is unused
and there is no internal load. When the room is being
used and lighting, computers and people are present, the
stratification is reduced or disappears depending on the
heating load.
Laboratory studies, computer simulations and reference
projects all show that a good indoor climate is achieved
with the aid of a PARASOL comfort module whatever the
time of year.
Electric heating
The Parasol variant with electric heating utilizes electric heating elements instead of hot water. The tubular
heating elements, situated inside the heating water pipes
of the coil, heat the circulated air that passes through the
coil. Radiant heat constitutes only a small part of the total
heating capacity.
The Parasol with electric heating is available in two capacity variants, see the table below.
Variant
P (W)
Imax (A)
X1
500
2.2
X2
1000
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Calculation formulae - water-based hea-
Pressure drop for heating circuit (Pa)
Below are some formulae that enable the user to calculate
which comfort module selection is best-suited for the
application. The values for the calculations are in Tables
8-11.
Δpv
Pressure drop in heating circuit (kPa)
qv
Flow of heating water (l/s), see Chart 6
The cooling or heating capacity of the air
kpv
Pressure drop constant for heating circuit, see
Tables 8-11
Δpv = (qv / kpv)2
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ΔTl
Pl
The cooling or heating capacity of the air (W)
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s)
ΔTl
Temperature difference between primary air (tl)
and room air (tr) (K)
Chart 5. Water Flow – Heating Capacity
Heating capacity of the water:
P v = 4186 · qv · ΔTv
Pv
Heating capacity of the water (W)
qv
Flow of heating water (l/s)
ΔTv
Temperature difference between the heating
water’s flow and return flow (K)
Chart 6. Pressure Drop – Heating Water Flow
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Table 8 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol MF single-module units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
Primary
airflow
Sound
level in
dB(A)
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
600
LLLL
7
<20
600
LLLL
8
<20
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv
3)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
kpv
48
98
196
294
391
488
585
681
1.01
0.0241
62
111
222
332
443
553
662
772
1.01
0.0241
600
LLLL
9
<20
79
123
245
367
488
610
731
852
1.01
0.0241
600
LLLL
10
22
98
133
266
397
529
661
792
924
1.01
0.0241
600
LLLL
12
27
140
150
301
450
600
749
899
1048
1.01
0.0241
600
MMMM
12
<20
47
129
259
377
495
610
724
836
1.76
0.0241
600
MMMM
14
22
63
140
281
413
546
676
806
935
1.76
0.0241
600
MMMM
16
26
83
150
299
445
590
734
877
1020
1.76
0.0241
600
MMMM
18
30
105
158
316
472
629
784
940
1095
1.76
0.0241
600
MMMM
20
33
129
165
331
497
663
829
996
1162
1.76
0.0241
600
HHHH
20
20
52
145
289
426
563
698
832
964
2.77
0.0241
600
HHHH
23
25
69
159
318
470
622
771
920
1067
2.77
0.0241
600
HHHH
26
28
88
172
344
508
673
835
997
1157
2.77
0.0241
600
HHHH
30
33
117
187
374
553
733
909
1086
1262
2.77
0.0241
600
HHHH
34
36
150
200
399
592
785
975
1165
1353
2.77
0.0241
Table 9 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol LF double-module units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
Primary Sound
airflow Level
dB(A)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
1200
LLLL
7
<20
60
1200
LLLL
8
<20
78
1200
LLLL
9
<20
99
1200
LLLL
10
<20
1200
LLLL
11
1200
MMMM
9
1200
MMMM
10
1200
MMMM
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv
3)
5
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
35
kpl
kpv
985
1148
0.90
0.0273
1112
1296
0.90
0.0273
1224
1427
0.90
0.0273
1324
1544
0.90
0.0273
1180
1415
1649
0.90
0.0273
915
1088
1256
1.28
0.0273
805
996
1187
1375
1.28
0.0273
685
911
1135
1358
1581
1.28
0.0273
10
15
20
25
165
331
494
658
821
187
373
558
743
927
205
411
614
818
1021
122
222
445
665
885
1105
23
148
238
475
710
946
<20
49
194
387
565
743
<20
61
207
414
609
12
<20
88
230
460
30
1200
MMMM
14
<20
120
250
499
750
1001
1252
1504
1755
1.28
0.0273
1200
MMMM
16
23
156
266
533
806
1079
1354
1629
1906
1.28
0.0273
1200
HHHH
16
<20
54
228
457
683
909
1135
1361
1586
2.18
0.0273
1200
HHHH
18
<20
68
250
501
749
997
1244
1492
1739
2.18
0.0273
1200
HHHH
21
<20
93
279
559
835
1112
1388
1664
1939
2.18
0.0273
1200
HHHH
24
23
121
304
608
910
1211
1512
1812
2112
2.18
0.0273
1200
HHHH
27
26
153
326
652
976
1299
1621
1943
2265
2.18
0.0273
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use the Swegon ProSelect, sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified sound data is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call for
throttling by means of a SYST CRPc 9–125 adjustment damper fitted directly to the unit, the required data can be read using Swegon
ProSelect sizing program. Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high output mode. When the face plate is in the normal position, the water
capacity is reduced by approx. 5% in the Parasol 600 and approx. 10% in the Parasol 1200.
The capacity is reduced by around 5 % when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
Important! The total heating capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based heating capacities. If the primary air temperature
is lower than the room temperature, this causes a negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Table 10 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol MF double-module units
Unit
length
Nozzle
setting
Primary
airflow
Sound
Level
dB(A)
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
1200
LLLL
9
<20
1200
LLLL
10
<20
1200
LLLL
12
<20
1200
LLLL
14
<20
1200
LLLL
16
22
1200
MMMM
13
1200
MMMM
1200
MMMM
1200
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv
3)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
kpv
49
203
406
592
778
959
1140
1316
1.28
0.0273
61
217
434
638
843
1043
1243
1441
1.28
0.0273
88
241
482
718
954
1189
1423
1657
1.28
0.0273
120
261
523
786
1048
1312
1575
1839
1.28
0.0273
156
279
558
844
1130
1418
1707
1997
1.28
0.0273
<20
50
194
389
597
805
1019
1232
1450
1.84
0.0273
15
<20
67
227
454
688
922
1159
1396
1635
1.84
0.0273
17
<20
85
255
510
767
1024
1281
1538
1797
1.84
0.0273
MMMM
20
23
118
292
584
870
1156
1440
1724
2007
1.84
0.0273
1200
MMMM
22
26
143
314
627
930
1233
1533
1833
2130
1.84
0.0273
1200
HHHH
22
<20
50
250
499
745
991
1236
1481
1725
3.12
0.0273
1200
HHHH
25
<20
64
277
553
826
1099
1370
1642
1912
3.12
0.0273
1200
HHHH
28
22
81
301
601
898
1194
1489
1784
2078
3.12
0.0273
1200
HHHH
33
26
112
336
671
1002
1333
1662
1991
2320
3.12
0.0273
1200
HHHH
38
30
148
366
731
1092
1452
1811
2169
2527
3.12
0.0273
Table 11 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol HF double-module units
Unit
length
Primary
airflow
Sound
Level
dB(A)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv
3)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
(mm)
1)
(l/s)
2)
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl
kpv
1200
LLLL
13
<20
50
173
347
645
943
1116
1289
1585
1.84
0.0273
1200
LLLL
15
<20
67
192
384
715
1046
1237
1429
1757
1.84
0.0273
1200
LLLL
17
<20
85
208
417
776
1135
1343
1551
1907
1.84
0.0273
1200
LLLL
20
23
118
230
460
855
1251
1481
1710
2102
1.84
0.0273
1200
LLLL
22
26
143
242
485
902
1319
1561
1803
2217
1.84
0.0273
1200
MMMM
23
<20
52
203
403
756
1106
1308
1511
1857
3.20
0.0273
1200
MMMM
26
23
66
220
440
819
1198
1418
1638
2013
3.20
0.0273
1200
MMMM
30
27
88
240
480
893
1307
1546
1785
2195
3.20
0.0273
1200
MMMM
34
31
113
257
515
958
1401
1658
1915
2354
3.20
0.0273
1200
MMMM
39
35
149
276
553
1029
1505
1781
2057
2528
3.20
0.0273
1200
HHHH
36
26
51
230
461
858
1255
1485
1715
2108
5.04
0.0273
1200
HHHH
40
28
63
247
493
918
1342
1588
1834
2255
5.04
0.0273
1200
HHHH
45
31
80
264
529
984
1440
1704
1968
2419
5.04
0.0273
1200
HHHH
50
34
98
280
561
1044
1527
1807
2087
2566
5.04
0.0273
1200
HHHH
55
36
119
295
590
1098
1606
1900
2195
2698
5.04
0.0273
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use the Swegon ProSelect, sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified sound data is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call for
throttling by means of a SYST CRPc 9–125 adjustment damper fitted directly to the unit, the required data can be read using Swegon
ProSelect sizing program. Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) The specified capacities are based on operation in the high output mode. When the face plate is in the normal position, the water
capacity is reduced by approx. 5% in the Parasol 600 and approx. 10% in the Parasol 1200.
The capacity is reduced by around 5 % when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
Important! The total heating capacity is the sum of the air-based and water-based heating capacities. If the primary air temperature is
lower than the room temperature, this causes a negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Nozzle
setting
PARASOL
Calculation Example - Heating
ACOUSTICS
In a cellular office with dimensions w x d x h = 2.4 x 4
x 2.7 m (the same room as in the example for cooling),
in the wintertime, there is also a heating requirement of
480 W. The primary air flow must be the same as in the
summer scenario: 16 l/s.
Initial Adjustment Range
Design room temperature (tr) 22°C, heating water temperature (flow/return) 45/39°C and the primary air temperature (tl) 20°C produces:
ΔTv = 6 K
ΔTmv = 20 K
ΔTl = -2 K
Solution
Heating
The primary airflow of 16 l/s in combination with the primary air temperature of 20°C produces a negative impact
on the heating capacity: 1.2 x 16 x (-2) = -38 W. The
heating capacity required from the heating water is thus
increased to 480 + 38 = 518 W. From Table 8 at ΔTmv
= 20 K and primary air volume 16 l/s we obtain a heat
capacity of P v = 590 W from a single-module unit, which
is sufficient to meet the heating requirements.
Heating Water
With a heating requirement of 518 W and ΔTv = 6 K, we
obtain the required water flow from Chart 5: 0.021 l/s.
The pressure drop for the heating water is calculated
on the basis of a water flow of 0.021 l/s and pressure
drop constant kpv = 0.0241, which is taken from Table 8.
The pressure drop will then be: Δpv = (qv /kpv)2 = (0.021 /
0.0241)2 = 0.76 kPa. Alternatively, the pressure drop can
be read off from Chart 6.
Figure 24. Pressure Conditions - Air
Damper throttling range
Δpl = pi · ps
Δpl
Throttling range of fitted damper ps - pi,
see Chart 7
pi
Nozzle pressure (easily measured with a manometer connected to measurement hoses).
ps
Static pressure before the the unit and damper
Adjustment range for CRPc 9-125 damper, indicates the
ratio between the pressure drop Δpl (Pa) and the primary
airflow ql (l/s).
Electric heating
The 488 W heating load can also be met with Parasol
electric heating variant X1, which generates 500 W of
heating capacity.
Chart 7. Adjustment range, CRPc 9-125 damper
A = Adjustment range
B = Closed
C = Open
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Cross-talk
Orifice Attenuation and End Reflection
Typical Rw values between offices with Parasol where
the partition wall finishes at the suspended ceiling (with
a good seal). It is assumed that the partition wall has at
least the same Rw value as in the table.
Orifice attenuation ΔL (dB) including end reflection.
Table 13. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol 600 MF
Octave band (Hz)
Table 12. Rw values
Design
Nozzle setting
63
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
LLLL
19
20
17
16
17
16
15
15
Suspended
With
Ceiling
Parasol
MMMM
17
18
15
14
15
14
13
13
Rw (dB)
Rw (dB)
HHHH
15
16
13
12
13
12
11
11
Light acoustic suspended ceiling.
Mineral wool or perforated steel/
aluminium coffers or screen.
28
28
Light acoustic suspended ceiling.
Mineral wool or perforated steel/
aluminium coffers or screen. Suspended ceiling is covered with 50
mm mineral wool*.
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Light acoustic suspended ceiling.
Mineral wool or perforated steel/
aluminium coffers or screen.
Upright 100 mm mineral wool
panel forming the seal between
the offices*.
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Perforated plaster panels in
T-section grid system. Acoustic
insulation on top side (25 mm).
36
Sealed plaster suspended ceiling
with insulation on top side.
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Table 14. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol 1200 LF
Octave band (Hz)
36
Nozzle setting
36
63
125
250 500
LLLL
19
20
17
MMMM
18
19
16
HHHH
15
16
13
1k
2k
4k
8k
16
17
16
15
15
15
16
15
14
14
12
13
12
11
11
Table 15. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol 1200 MF
Octave band (Hz)
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Nozzle setting
63
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
LLLL
18
19
16
15
16
15
14
14
MMMM
16
17
14
13
14
13
12
12
HHHH
14
15
12
11
12
11
10
10
Table 16. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol 1200 HF
Octave band (Hz)
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Nozzle setting
63
125
250 500
1k
2k
4k
8k
LLLL
16
17
14
13
14
13
12
12
MMMM
14
15
12
11
12
11
10
10
HHHH
12
13
10
9
10
9
8
8
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* Rockwool 70 kg/m3, Gullfiber 50 kg/m3.
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PARASOL
Dimensions
Table 17. Dimensions - Parasol
Unit
Length of the unit (mm)
Width W (mm)
Parasol 600
592; 617; 667
592; 617; 667
Parasol 1200
1192; 1242; 1342
592; 617; 667
Figure 25. Parasol 600, top view
A = Inlet and return, cooling water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
Figure 27. Parasol 1200, top view
B = Inlet and return, heating water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A = Inlet and return, cooling water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
B = Inlet and return, heating water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
Figure 26. Parasol 600, end view and connections
A1 = Inlet, cooling water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
A2 = Return, cooling water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
Figure 28. Parasol 1200, end view and connections
Important:
For the single-module unit, it is important that the cooling
water is connected correctly to the connection pipe. The
flow direction is essential to obtain full cooling capacity.
The water flow and return direction are indicated
on the end of the unit by means of arrows.
A = Inlet and return, cooling water Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
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B
C
D
Figure 29. Parasol 1200 for electric heating, viewed from end
panel and connections
A = Cooling water supply and return, Ø12x1.0 mm (Cu)
B = Electric heating element
Figure 30. Suspension bracket
PARASOL
Figure 31. Connection with damper, end view
E = Adjustment damper fitted
If the sound levels specified are to apply, it is important
that the damper is fitted with the dial pointing left viewed
in the direction of primary airflow.
Figure 32. Connection with bend, end view
F = Connection piece fitted
SYST CA 125-90
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Ordering Key
Ordering Key, Parasol 600
Contractor demarcation
Parasol
Swegon’s delivery ends at the connection points for water
and air, and the connection of indoor climate control
equipment. (see Figures 20, 26 and 28).
Size (mm):
• The pipe contractor connects the connections points
for water to the plain pipe end and fills the system,
bleeds it and tests the pressure. If the indoor environment control system is fitted at the factory, the return
pipe for chilled water and heating is connected directly
to the valve. (DN ½” male threads).
• The ventilation contractor connects ducting to the air
connection piece.
• The electrical contractor connects power (24V) and
signal cables to the connection card with spring connections. The max. permissible cable cross-section is
2.5 mm2. For safe operation, we recommend finished
cable ends.
Available to order, Parasol
Size
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
C = Supply air only
Nozzle setting:
Side 1: L; M; H; C
Side 2: L; M; H; C
Side 3: L; M; H; C
Side 4: L; M; H; C
Ordering Key, Parasol 1200
Size (mm):
The units can be ordered in various functional
versions:
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
C = Supply air only
X1* = Electric heating, 500 W,
cooling and supply air
X2* = Electric heating, 1000 W,
cooling and supply air
* Applicable to the two-module unit only.
ADCII
Factory-fitted ADCII is supplied as standard
Airflow
variant
Single-module unit:
MF (medium flow)
Double-module unit:
LF (low flow)
MF (medium flow)
HF (high flow)
Nozzle
setting
A = Cooling and supply air.
592 x 592 mm
617 x 617 mm
667 x 667 mm
The tolerance is +2 mm.
Function
Function:
Parasol
1192 x 592 mm
1242 x 617 mm
1342 x 667 mm
MF- cdef
592; 617; 667
Single-module unit:
Double-module unit:
Parasol aaa- b-
Parasol aaaa- b-
cc- defg
1192; 1242; 1342
Function:
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
C = Supply air only
X1 = Electric heating, 500 W,
cooling and supply air
X2 = Electric heating, 1000 W,
cooling and supply air
Airflow variant
LF = Low flow
MF = Medium flow
HF = High flow
Nozzle setting:
Side 1: L; M; H; C
Side 2: L; M; H; C
Side 3: L; M; H; C
Side 4: L; M; H; C
Each side can be set in four different ways:
L, M, H or C
L = Low airflow
M = Medium airflow
H = High airflow
C = No airflow
Colour
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The units are supplied painted in Swegon standard
shade of white RAL 9010, gloss ratio 30 ± 6%
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Available to order, Accessories
Ordering Key, Accessories
Perforation patterns Perforation patterns are available in three
different versions.
Perforation pattern
Parasol T- PP- a-
bb
Type:
Room control kit
LUNA control equipment
1 = Parasol 600
Flexible connection
hose
The connection hose is supplied with a
clamping ring coupling or or push-on
coupling with a diameter of 12 mm.
2 = Parasol 1200
Asssembly piece
Ceiling mount and threaded rod for
ceiling mounting. Double threaded rods
with thread lock also available.
PD
Plasterboard ceiling
frame
Plasterboard ceiling frame for singlemodule and double-module units.
Room control kit Parasol
Connection piece,
air
The connection pieces are either straight
or 90° angular.
Variant:
Initial adjustment
damper
Initial adjustment damper, can be
ordered if needed.
Tool for nozzle
adjustment
One tool for nozzle adjustment is
supplied with each order free of charge.
Several tools must be specified separately.
Venting nipple
Venting nipple with push-on coupling for
connection to return pipe for water.
Perforation variant:
PE
T- RK- LUNA-
aa
(Factory-fitted)
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
Flexible connection hose, SYST FS- aaa- bbb- 12
(1 pc)
Type:
F1 = Clamping ring against pipe
on both ends
F20 = Push-on coupling against
pipe on both ends
Length (mm):
300; 500; 700
SYST MS- aaaa- b- RAL 9010
Length of threaded rod
(mm):
200; 500; 1000
Type:
1=One threaded rod
2=Two threaded rods
and one thread lock
Plasterboard ceiling frame
Parasol T- FPB-
aaaa
Length (mm):
592; 1192
Connection piece, air
SYST AD-125
Connection piece (90° bend), air SYST CA 125-90
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SYST CRPc 9-125
Tool for Nozzle adjustment
SYST TORX 6-200
Venting nipple
SYST AR-12
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Asssembly piece
PARASOL
Examples
Specification text
The following examples show how to fill in various specifications.
Example of a specification text conforming to VVS AMA
Standard.
First of all, use the ProSelect program or the calculation
formulae and tables to calculate which dimensions the
units should have to meet the requirements
KB XX
Swegon Parasol comfort module for integrated installation
in suspended ceilings, with the following functions:
Sample order 1
After sizing, it has been decided that a Parasol comfort
module unit with dimensions 592 x 592 would suit a
given cellular office. It has already been decided that
radiators should be installed to provide the heating requirement, so a unit with coil heating is not necessary. In the
design, a diffusion pattern has been selected in which an
equal amount of air is discharged in all four directions at
nozzle setting M to provide the desired air volume. There
is no special preference with regard to perforation pattern. To minimize the installation period, factory-fitted
indoor climate control equipment is desired. The accessories required in this example are one initial adjustment
damper and a 500 mm assembly piece.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Ordering Keys
Parasol 592-A-MF-MMMM
•
Parasol T-RK-LUNA-C
•
SYST CRPc 9-125
SYST MS 500-1
Sample order 2
In an open-plan office eight Parasol comfort module
units in the high-flow version are required with standard dimensions 1192 x 592 mm to meet the cooling
requirement. Earlier in the project, the team selected a
suspended ceiling system with a c-c distance of 675 mm
between the T-sections. The product dimensions 1342
x 667 mm are ideal for this suspended ceiling system.
The perimeter wall has a low U-value, with triple-glazed
windows providing good insulation. Bearing this in mind,
comfort module units with coil heating have been selected. Four of the comfort modules are located close to partition walls. To further play safe against potential draught
issues, the diffusion pattern for these units is adapted so
that only a smaller volume of air is directed towards the
partition walls. The architect has chosen the PD perforation pattern in the face plate. Other accessories selected
are an initial adjustment damper and assembly piece with
1000 mm long threaded rods.
Specification
4 Parasol 1342-B-HF-MMMM
2 Parasol 1342-B-HF-MLMM
2 Parasol 1342-B-HF-MMML
8 Parasol T-PP-2-PD
8 SYST CRPc 9-125
8 SYST MS 1000-1
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•
•
•
Cooling (optional)
Heating, water (optional)
Heating, electric (optional)
Ventilation
Adjustable air direction
ADCII Indoor climate comfort control
Integrated circulating air opening in face plate
Enclosed version for circulating air
Cleanable air duct
Fixed measurement tapping with hose
Painted in base shade of white RAL 9010
Suitable for T-grid systems with modular dimensions:
600; 625; and 675 mm; T-section: 24 mm (optional)
Contractor demarcation at the connection points for
water and air according to dimensional drawings
Contractor demarcation for electric connection point
according to dimensional drawings
At connection points pipe contractor connects to plain
pipe end Ø12 mm (cooling) or Ø12 mm (heating). If the
unit is fitted with indoor climate control equipment, pipe
contractor connects to external thread DN 1/2”. Ventilation contractor connects ducting to connection piece
Ø125 mm
Pipe contractor fills, bleeds, tests the pressure and assumes responsibility for the design water flows reaching
each branch of the system and the index unit
Ventilation contractor conducts initial adjustment of the
airflows
Accessories:
• Alternative perforation pattern, Parasol T-PP-a-bb, xx qty
• Indoor climate control kit Parasol, T-RK-LUNA-aa, xx qty
• Air connection piece, SYST AD-125, xx qty
• Flexible connection hose, SYST FS aaa–bbb-12, xx qty
• Assembly piece, SYST MS aaaa–b-RAL 9010, xx qty
• Connection piece (90°duct bend), SYST CA 125-90, xx
qty
• Adjustment damper SYST CRPc 9-125, xx qty
• Plaster ceiling frame, Parasol T-FPB-aaaa
• Size:
KB XX-1 Parasol aaa-b-MF-cdef, xx qty
KB XX-2 Parasol aaaa-b-cc-defg, xx qty., etc
• Control equipment, see separate section in catalogue
on water-based indoor climate systems, or our website
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