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PARASOL EX c
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Parasol EX Comfort modules
Parasol EX is the name of the product family of comfort
modules for suspended installation. The modules are designed to supplement one another and provide optimal room
comfort.
Modules & Installation
Modules:
Installation:
Function
4-way air distribution in combination with Swegon ADCII
(Anti Draught Control), creates a maximized mixing zone
and minimizes the risk of draught issues. The Parasol EX is
designed for distributing air slightly upward. This gives the
chilled air more space to mix with the room air before it
reaches the occupied zone.
Supply air
Supply air and cooling
Performance
Supply air, cooling and heating
Primary airflow:
Up to 55 l/s
Suspended
Pressure range:
50 to 150 Pa
Ceiling surface mounted
Total cooling capacity:
Up to 1930 W
Heating capacity – water:
Up to 2450 W
Sizes:
690 x 690 mm,
1290 x 690 mm
Height:
230 mm
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Flexibility
The easily adjustable nozzles in combination with Swegon
ADCII offer maximal flexibility if changes in the room
layout become necessary. 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
By styling straight lines and sharp edges, Swegon architects have created a timeless design that fits in well in
most room decor together with other installations in the
room.
Figure 2. Variant A: Cooling function
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with cooled room air
Draught-free indoor climate
Utilizing four directions for discharging chilled air into the
room also maximizes the size of the mixing zone. In practice, this effectively mixes the chilled primary air with the
room air before the air reaches the occupied zone. When
the mixed air reaches the occupied zone, it has attained a
temperature that reduces the risk of draught. The special
design of the outlet discharges the distributed air slightly
upward, which to a great extent contributes towards both
reducing air velocity in the occupied zone and ensuring
that the chilled air is mixed with room air before it reaches
the occupied zone. This upward discharge provides a distribution that is not dependent on nearby surfaces to create
a coanda effect. In a simple operation, the ADCII, included
as standard, enables you to move the deflector groups to
direct the airflow in whatever direction you desire.
Figure 3. Variant B: Heating function (also includes cooling function)
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with heated 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 a coil
1 = Primary air
Variant C:
Ventilation
3 = Primary air mixed with room air
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Supply air module
A comfort module for supply air only is available (variant
C – without coil) to supplement certain types of rooms
where the occupants need a great 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.
Figure 5. Nozzle adjustment
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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 coil. This makes it possible to use Swegon
ProSelect the dimensioning program for sizing 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.
High capacity
The high performance and small overall dimensions of the
Parasol EX units make them ideal for replacing awkwardly
large products, without sacrificing comfort.
Simple to adjust
Built-in nozzle control makes the Parasol EX very flexible.
The product can easily be adapted to current requirements by increasing or decreasing the airflow. A large
room can be converted into separate office rooms without influencing the room climate. A partition wall can
be installed in close proximity to any of the product’s
sides. The only measure required for preventing possible draught is to optimize the portion of air distributed
from each side of the comfort module. The end result is
a system that will provide excellent performance throughout its functional life.
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ADC II
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°
(see Figure 6). This provides great flexibility and can be
easily adjusted without at all having to affect the system as
a whole.
The sound level and the static pressure are not at all affected by the ADCII. The water capacity is reduced by 5 - 10%
if the ADCII is adjusted to "fan-shape".
Figure 7. Possible settings for the ADCII, Fan shape
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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Range of Applications
Optional perforation patterns
The Parasol EX is ideal for use as a standard application in
such premises as:
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. 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.
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Offices
Conference rooms
Hotels
Restaurants
Hospitals
Shops
Shopping centres
Location
Since each side of the Parasol EX is individually adjustable
to provide the appropriate airflow, the comfort modules
can be positioned anywhere in the room. Whether they
are located at the front edge, centre, rear edge or symmetrically in the room is of no importance. In rear edge
solutions for separate office rooms, for instance, the unit
can be installed directly against the corridor wall. The
only operation that needs to be done is to reduce the
volume of air distributed towards the corridor wall and to
open on the three other sides more (see Figure 9). This
is of benefit in comparison with other rear-edge solutions, because you can make use of the partition walls to
increase the air mixing zone. This provides low air velocities and a healthy room climate.
Figure 10. Standard face plate
Circular holes arranged in triangular pattern.
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Figure 11. PD face plate
Circular holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border
Figure 9. Parasol EX as a rear edge solution
Figure 12. PE face plate
Square holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border.
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Room control
Reliable, well-performing control equipment is required
for maintaining uniform room temperature and ensuring a
healthy room climate. Swegon LUNA room control equipment is designed to minimize temperature fluctuations in
the room, by continuously modulating the pulse width of
signals transmitted to the actuator. This function makes it
possible to use a thermal actuator to quickly compensate
possible sudden increases or decreases in heating loads in
the room. The digital processor is easy to reconfigure and
this offers great flexibility. The operations in a premises are
likely to change over time. For example an open plan office
can be split into small office rooms. In this case the settings in the controller can easily be changed to suit the new
situation.
More detailed information about the room control equipment is available in a separate product datasheet on our
website: www.swegon.com.
LUNA components for installation with Parasol EX
Valve kit:
SYST RK
Room controller:
LUNA RE-S
Transformer:
SYST TS-1
Figure 13. SYST RK
A = Valve
B = Actuator
C = Push-on ∅12mm
D = R male threads: ½'' B to ISO 7/1
Figure 14. Installation with all components in the room
Figure 15. Installation with valve, actuator and damper in corridor
A = Room controller
B = Transformer
C = Valve kit with actuator
D = Condensation guard *
E = Damper, CRP 9-125
* Contact personnel at the factory
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Technical Data, Valve
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.
Funktionsdata
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 (∆pv100 ):
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
A = Protective housing, rotatable through 180°
R male threads:
B = Marking on the outlet side of the valve
Inlet/Outlet
Rp female threads:
½¨B to ISO 7/1
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Figure 16. To adjust the kv value.
½" to ISO 7/1
Commissioning
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 settings
A = Reference Mark
B = kv value
Valve maintenance
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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Installation and suspension
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 Parasol EX is supplied with the connecting piece on
the same side as the water connections.
There is a cover on the opposite side, which on the Parasol
EX can only be used as a cleaning door. The pipe kit and
enclosures will not fit if you use the cleaning door as an
air connection.
To connect the water
Connect the water pipes using push-on couplings, clamping ring couplings or sleeve nut. Note that clamp ring
couplings require support sleeves inside the pipes.
Figure 17. Diagrammatic sketch for suspending the Parasol EX and
housing
A = Valve kit
B = Damper
C = Commissioning box
D1 = Assembly piece (see Figure 18)
D2 = SYST MS assembly piece for connection casing. One
kit is sufficient for two connection casings.
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.
Condensation-free cooling
Since the comfort modules have to be dimensioned to
operate without condensation, no drainage system is
required.
Figure 18. Assembly piece SYST MS M8-1, ceiling mount and
threaded rod.
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Technical data
Designations
Cooling capacity, max.
1930 W
P Capacity (W)
Heating capacity, water, max.
2450 W
tl
Temperature of primary air (°C)
tr Temperature of room air (°C)
Mean water temperature (°C)
Airflow:
Parasol EX 690
7-34 l/s
tm Parasol EX 1290
9-55 l/s
ΔTm Temperature difference tr - tm (K)
ΔTl Temperature difference tl - tr (K)
Length:
Parasol EX 690
690 mm
Parasol EX 1290
1290 mm
Width:
690 mm
Height:
230 mm
Dimensions of the units have a tolerance of (±2) mm.
Table 2. Weight
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)
Size
(mm)
Functional
variant
Dry weight
(kg)
Filled with
water
(kg)
A
19,6
20,8
B
19,7
21,2
690
C
16,9
-
1290
A
30,2
31,6
1290
B
33,8
36,2
1290
C
28
-
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 3-5 and 7
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690
690
Supplementary index: k = cooling, v = heating, l = air, i =
initial adjustment, corr = correction
Recommended limit values
Pressure levels
Coil working pressure, max.
1000 kPa
Coil test pressure, max.
1300 kPa
Nozzle pressure
50-150 Pa
Recommended min. nozzle pressure if coil
heat is used, pi
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.
60 °C
* Cooling water must always be kept at a level that ensures that
no condensation is formed.
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Cooling
Corrected capacity – water flow
Standard
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 3-5
may need to be slightly adjusted up or down.
The cooling capacities have been measured in accordance
with EN 15 116 and have been converted for constant
water fl ow according to Diagram 2/3.
Calculating Formulae - Cooling
Below are some formulae that enable the user to calculate
which comfort module selection is best-suited to the
application. The values for the calculations can be taken
from the tables.
Pkorr = k · Pk
Pkorr
Corrected capacity (W)
k
Correction factor
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water
Pressure drop in cooling circuit
∆pk = (qk / kpk) 2
Chart 2. Corrected Capacity – Water Flow,
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∆pk
Pressure drop in nozzle (pa)
qk
Flow of primary air (l/s)
kpk
Pressure drop constant for nozzle setting, see tables
3-5 and 7
Cooling capacity of the air
Pl = 1,2 · ql · ∆Tl
Pl
Primary air’s cooling capacity (W)
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s)
∆Tl
Temperature difference between primary air (tl)
and room air (tr) (K)
Cooling capacity of the water
Pk = 4186 · qk · ∆Tk
Chart 3. Corrected Capacity – Water Flow,
Parasol EX 1290
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water (W)
qk
Cooling water flow (l/s)
∆Tk
Temperature difference of cooling water flow
and return (K)
Chart 1. Water Flow – Cooling Capacity
Pk (W)
1500
Tk (W) (°K) = 5 °K
4 °K
1250
3 °K
1000
2 °K
750
500
1 °K
250
0
0,03
0,04
0,3
10
0,05
0,4
0,06
0,5
0,07
0,6
0,08
0,7
0,09
0,8
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0,10
0,9
v(m/s)
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Chart 4. Pressure Drop – Cooling Water Flow
90 0
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Table 3 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 690
Unit
length
(mm)
690
Nozzle
setting
1)
PriSound
mary level in
airflow dB(A)
(l/s)
2)
LLLL
7
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ∆Tl
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ∆Tmk 3)
6
8
10
12
6
67
84
101
172
199 226 252
<20
48
50
7
8
9
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
10
11
12
kpl
kpk
279
306
333
1,01
0,0173
690
LLLL
8
<20
62
58
77
96
115
196
228 259 290
321
352
383
1,01
0,0173
690
LLLL
9
<20
79
65
86
108 130
218
252 288 323
357
393
427
1,01
0,0173
690
LLLL
10
22
98
72
96
120 144 237
276
314
390
428
467
1,01
0,0173
690
LLLL
12
27
140
86
115
144 173
271
315
359 402 446
491
534
1,01
0,0173
690
MMMM
12
<20
47
86
115
144 173
205
237 268 300
329
360
391
1,76
0,0173
690
MMMM
14
22
63
101
134 168 202 238
312 349 386
422
458
1,76
0,0173
690
MMMM
16
26
83
115
154
192 230 266 308 350 393
434
475
516
1,76
0,0173
690
MMMM
18
30
105
130
173
216
259
291
338 384 431
477
523
568
1,76
0,0173
690
MMMM
20
33
129
144 192 240 288
313
364 415
465
515
565
615
1,76
0,0173
690
HHHH
20
20
52
144 192 240 288 257 300 341 382
423
465
506
2,77 0,0173
690
HHHH
23
25
69
166 221
276
331
293 340 387 433 480
526
572
2,77 0,0173
690
HHHH
26
28
88
187 250
312
374
324
376
427 478
529
580
630
2,77 0,0173
690
HHHH
30
33
117
216 288 360 432
361
418
474
531
587
642
698
2,77 0,0173
690
HHHH
34
36
150
245 326 408 490 393
455
516
577
637
698
757
2,77 0,0173
276
352
Table 4 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 1290 MF
Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Sound
level in
dB(A)
2)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ∆Tl
6
8
10
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ∆Tmk 3)
12
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
kpl
kpk
271
315
360
405
450
494
540
1,28
0,0183
446
496
546
595
1,28
0,0183
1290
LLLL
9
<20
49
65
86
108 130
1290
LLLL
10
<20
61
72
96
120
144 298 348
397
115
144
1290
LLLL
12
<20
88
86
173 346 403
462
519
577
635
693
1,28
0,0183
1290
LLLL
14
<20
120
101 134 168 202 386 450
516
580
645
710
775
1,28
0,0183
1290
LLLL
16
22
156
115
154 192 230 420 492
563
634
705
776
846
1,28
0,0183
1290
MMMM
13
<20
50
94
125
402
452
503
553
604
1,84
0,0183
1290
MMMM
15
<20
67
108 144 180
216 343 399
456
512
568
625
681
1,84
0,0183
1290
MMMM
17
<20
85
122 163 204 245 379 441
503
564
626
687
748
1,84
0,0183
1290
MMMM
20
23
118
144 192 240 288 426 495
564
632
700
768
835
1,84
0,0183
1290
MMMM
22
26
143
158
211
264
317 454 527
600
672
744
815
887
1,84
0,0183
1290
HHHH
22
<20
50
158
211
264
317
479
540
600
660
720
3,12
0,0183
1290
HHHH
25
<20
64
180 240 300 360 399 467
533
599
665
732
798
3,12
0,0183
1290
HHHH
28
22
81
202 269 336 403 436 508
580
652
723
795
867
3,12
0,0183
1290
HHHH
33
26
112
238 317 396 475 488 567
648
728
807
887
967
3,12
0,0183
1290
HHHH
38
30
148
274 365 456 547 532
707
793
879
967
1053 3,12
0,0183
156
187 301
351
359 420
619
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 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 5 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 1290 HF
Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Sound Nozzle
level
presin
sure
dB(A) pi (Pa)
2)
Cooling capacity water (W)
at ∆Tmk 3)
Cooling capacity
Primary air (W)
at ∆Tl
6
8
10
12
6
7
8
9
10
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
11
12
kpl
kpk
1290
LLLL
13
<20
50
94
125
156
187
331 384 438
491
542
595
647
1,84
0,0183
1290
LLLL
15
<20
67
108 144
180
216
367 426 485
543
602
660
718
1,84
0,0183
1290
LLLL
17
<20
85
122
163
204
245 398 463 526
589
653
716
780
1,84
0,0183
1290
LLLL
20
23
118
144
192
240 288 439
1290
LLLL
22
26
143
158
211
264
317
1290
MMMM
23
<20
52
166
221
1290
MMMM
26
23
66
187
250
1290
MMMM
30
27
88
216
288 360 432
1290
MMMM
34
31
113
245
326 408 490 494 573 652
1290
MMMM
39
35
149
281
374
1290
HHHH
36
26
51
259 346 432
1290
HHHH
40
28
1290
HHHH
45
31
1290
HHHH
50
34
98
360 480 600 720
1290
HHHH
55
36
119
396 528
510
580
650
720
789
859
1,84
0,0183
463 538
612
685
759
832
905
1,84
0,0183
276
331 390 452
514
575
636
697
757
3,2
0,0183
312
374
422 490 557
623
689
756
821
3,2
0,0183
461 535 608 680
752
824
895
3,2
0,0183
729
806
883
960
3,2
0,0183
0,0183
468 562 532
616
700
783
866
948
1031
3,2
519
588
655
722
789
854
5,04 0,0183
63
288 384 480 576 483 557 629
701
773
843
913
5,04 0,0183
80
324
753
828
903
978
5,04 0,0183
717
799
878
958
1037
5,04 0,0183
660 792 582 669 756
840
924
1007 1090
5,04 0,0183
518
432 540 648
450
519
598 676
553 636
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Room attenuation = 4 dB
3) 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.
Table 6. Cooling Capacity for Natural Convection
Unit
(mm) Cooling capacity (W)
for temperature difference, room - water ∆Tmk (K)
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Parasol 690
17
21
25
29
34
39
43
Parasol 1290
41
51
61
72
83
95
107
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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.
PARASOL EX c
Nozzle setting
k-factor (C.O.P.)
The unique built-in nozzle control in the Parasol EX
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 alldesired directions. The direction of the airflow can be easily
optimized using the Swegon ProSelect sizing program
available at www.swegon.com.
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.
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.
Table 7. K-factor Guide per Side
Type of unit:
Primary Airflow
Side
Nozzle setting
k-factor (C.O.P.)
Parasol EX 690 MF
Low
Any
L
0,253
Medium
Any
M
0,44
High
Any
H
0,693
None
Any
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
0,44
High
Short side
H
0,693
None
Short side
C
0
Low
Long side
L
0,667
Medium
Long side
M
1,16
High
Long side
H
1,827
None
Long side
C
0
Parasol EX 1290 MF
Parasol EX 1290 HF
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Specific nozzle settings
To specify optimized nozzle settings, always begin from
the side nearest to the left of the water connections. From
there, specify side after side in counter-clockwise order. See
Figures 19-21. If you like, you can order the units preset
from the factory (does not apply to units held in stock).
Figure 20. Top view of Parasol EX 1290, pages 1-4
Figure 19. Top view of Parasol EX 690, pages 1-4
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Figure 21. Examples of optimized nozzle setting.
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Calculation Example - Cooling
Cooling Water
With a cooling capacity requirement of 6470 / 10 = 647
To make sizing comfort modules as simple as possible,
W for cooling water, the necessary water flow is obtained
the Swegon ProSelect sizing program is available at www.
in Chart 1. With the temperature increase ∆Tk= 3K the
swegon.com. Another excellent way of sizing units is to use
water flow obtained is 0.052 l/s.
the catalogue data, an example of which is given below.
In Chart 3 we can read that a water flow of 0.052 l/s
Conditions
does not produce a fully turbulent outflow, but that the
A large room with dimensions (w x d x h) 8.0 x 20.0 x
capacity must be corrected by a reduction factor of 0.98.
3.0 m without suspended ceiling is to be ventilated and
The loss of capacity is compensated by calculating the
temperature-controlled with a Parasol EX 1290 suspended comfort modules required cooling capacity as follows: P
k
comfort module. The total cooling load is estimated at 9.6 = 647 / 0.98 = 660 W.
kW. Design room temperature (tr) 24°C, cooling water temNew water flow from Chart 1, qk = 0.053 l/s.
perature (flow/return) 14/17°C and the primary air tempeThe pressure drop is calculated on the basis of a water
rature (tl) 18°C produces:
flow of 0.053 l/s and the pressure drop constant kpk =
∆Tk= 3K
0.0183, which is taken from Table 5. The pressure drop
∆Tmk= 8,5K
will then be: ∆pv = (qv /kpv)2 = (0.053 / 0.0183)2 = 8.4 kPa.
∆Tl = 6K
The desired primary air flow to the room (ql) has been fixed
Sound Level
at 432 l/s. The noise generated by each comfort module
In Table 5 we see that the sound level with a fully open
must not exceed 27 dB(A).
damper (or without a damper) reaches 26 dB(A). To see
the cut-off range and the current sound level after adjustSolution
ment with separate type SYST CRPc 9-125 damper, Chart
Cooling
7 or the Swegon ProSelect sizing program can be used,
which is available at www.swegon.com.
The cooling capacity of the primary air can be calculated
using the following formula:
Pl = 1.2 x ∆Tl x ql
Pl = 1.2 x 6 x 432 = 3110 W
The remaining cooling capacity that must be provided by
water-based cooling will then be 9600 – 3110 = 6490 W.
From Table 5 we find that a Parasol EX 1290 in the high
flow version with nozzle setting HHHH can distribute 36
l/s and generates 26 dB(A) at a nozzle pressure of 51 Pa.
The cooling capacity of the water can be read from the
same table: 612 + 682 / 2 = 647 W per unit (interpolate
between ∆Tmk 8K & 9K).
The following is required to meet the 27 dB(A) per unit
acoustic requirement: 432 / 36 = 12 units. Parasol EX
1290. The total cooling capacity on the water side will be
647 x 12 = 7764 W which is 1274 W more than the cooling load. To avoid over-sizing, you can decide to replace
two of the units with supply air modules that do not
contain any coil. This will instead provide a total cooling
capacity on the water side of 647 x 10 = 6470 W which is
on a level with the cooling load.
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The following products are needed in the dimensioning
example case described above:
Optimised solution:
10 units Parasol EX 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling and ventilation)
2 units Parasol EX 1290-C-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(ventilation only)
Alternative solution for maximal flexibility with regard to
possible future room divisions:
12 units Parasol EX 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
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Heating
The cooling or heating capacity of the air
Heating function
Heating spaces, with air heated above room temperature,
discharged from the ceiling, is a good alternative to conventional radiator heating solutions. 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 in between 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 normal 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 the chill from perimeter walls.
Pl
The cooling or heating capacity of the air (W)
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s)
∆Tl
Temperature difference between primary air (tl)
and room air (tr) (K)
Heating capacity of the water:
P v = 4186 · qv · ∆Tv
Pv
Heating capacity of the water (W)
qv
Flow of heating water (l/s)
∆Tv
Temperature difference between the heating
water’s flow and return flow (K)
Pressure drop for heating circuit (Pa)
∆pv = (qv / kpv) 2
∆pv
Pressure drop in heating circuit (kPa)
qv
Flow of heating water (l/s), see Chart 6
kpv
Pressure drop constant for heating circuit, see
Tables 8-10
PARASOL EX c
The Parasol EX is optimized for distributing supply air without help from the coanda effect and can discharge air
in a variable diffusion pattern thanks to the built-in ADCII,
that also further increases the mixture of supply air into
the room air. The Parasol EX therefore supplies heated air
to the room with a turbulent jet that quickly mixes itself
with the room air. This speeds up the process of cooling
down the heated air so that it more easily can reach
down to the occupied zone. 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 in 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 will be achieved by means of the PARASOL EX
comfort module whatever the time of year.
Pl = 1,2 · ql · ∆Tl
Calculating Formulae - Heating
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 8-10.
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Chart 5. Water Flow – Heating Capacity
Chart 6. Pressure Drop – Heating Water Flow
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Table 8 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 690
Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting 1)
690
Primary
airflow
Heating capacity of the water (W)
for ∆Tmv 3)
(l/s)
Sound
Level
dB(A) 2)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl kpv
LLLL
7
<20
48
93
187
280
372
465
557
649
1,01
0,02
690
LLLL
8
<20
62
106
212
317
422
526
631
735
1,01
0,02
690
LLLL
9
<20
79
117
233
349
465
581
696
812
1,01
0,02
690
LLLL
10
22
98
126
253
378
504
629
755
880
1,01
0,02
690
LLLL
12
27
140
143
287
429
571
714
856
998
1,01
0,02
690
MMMM
12
<20
47
123
247
359
472
581
690
796
1,76
0,02
690
MMMM
14
22
63
134
267
394
520
644
768
890
1,76
0,02
690
MMMM
16
26
83
143
285
424
562
699
835
971
1,76
0,02
690
MMMM
18
30
105
151
301
450
599
747
895
1043
1,76
0,02
690
MMMM
20
33
129
158
315
473
632
790
948
1107
1,76
0,02
690
HHHH
20
20
52
138
276
406
537
665
792
918
2,77
0,02
690
HHHH
23
25
69
152
303
448
592
734
876
1016
2,77
0,02
690
HHHH
26
28
88
164
327
484
641
795
949
1102
2,77
0,02
690
HHHH
30
33
117
178
356
527
698
866
1035
1201
2,77
0,02
690
HHHH
34
36
150
190
380
564
747
928
1109
1289
2,77
0,02
Table 9 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 1290 MF with straight ADCII
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
1290
Heating capacity of the water (W)
for ∆Tmv 3)
(l/s)
Sound
Level
dB(A) 2)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl kpv
LLLL
9
<20
49
184
369
538
708
872
1036
1197
1,28
0,0213
1290
LLLL
10
<20
61
197
394
580
766
948
1130
1310
1,28
0,0213
1290
LLLL
12
<20
88
219
438
653
867
1081
1294
1506
1,28
0,0213
1290
LLLL
14
<20
120
238
475
714
953
1193
1432
1672
1,28
0,0213
1290
LLLL
16
22
156
254
508
767
1027
1289
1552
1815
1,28
0,0213
1290
MMMM
13
<20
50
177
353
543
732
926
1120
1318
1,84
0,0213
1290
MMMM
15
<20
67
206
412
625
838
1053
1269
1486
1,84
0,0213
1290
MMMM
17
<20
85
232
464
697
930
1165
1399
1633
1,84
0,0213
1290
MMMM
20
23
118
265
531
791
1051
1309
1567
1824
1,84
0,0213
1290
MMMM
22
26
143
285
570
846
1121
1394
1666
1936
1,84
0,0213
1290
HHHH
22
<20
50
227
454
677
901
1124
1346
1568
3,12
0,0213
1290
HHHH
25
<20
64
251
503
751
999
1246
1492
1738
3,12
0,0213
1290
HHHH
28
22
81
273
547
816
1086 1354
1622
1890
3,12
0,0213
1290
HHHH
33
26
112
305
610
911
1212
1511
1810
2109
3,12
0,0213
1290
HHHH
38
30
148
332
665
992
1320
1646
1972
2297
3,12
0,0213
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 capacity is reduced by around 5% when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
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, it causes a negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Unit
length
(mm)
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Table 10 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol EX 1290 HF
Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting
1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Sound
Level
dB(A) 2)
Heating capacity of the water (W)
for ∆Tmv 3)
Nozzle
pressure
pi (Pa)
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
kpl kpv
1290
LLLL
13
<20
50
158
315
586
857
1015
1172
1441
1,84
0,0213
1290
LLLL
15
<20
67
175
349
650
951
1125
1299
1597
1,84
0,0213
1290
LLLL
17
<20
85
190
379
705
1032
1221
1410
1734
1,84
0,0213
1290
LLLL
20
23
118
209
418
778
1137
1346
1554
1911
1,84
0,0213
1290
LLLL
22
26
143
220
441
820
1199
1419
1639
2015
1,84
0,0213
1290
MMMM
23
<20
52
185
369
687
1005
1189
1373
1689
3,2
0,0213
1290
MMMM
26
23
66
200
400
745
1089
1289
1489
1830
3,2
0,0213
1290
MMMM
30
27
88
218
436
812
1188
1405
1623
1995
3,2
0,0213
1290
MMMM
34
31
113
234
468
871
1274
1507
1741
2140
3,2
0,0213
1290
MMMM
39
35
149
251
503
935
1368
1619
1870
2299
3,2
0,0213
1290
HHHH
36
26
51
210
419
780
1141
1350
1559
1917
5,04
0,0213
1290
HHHH
40
28
63
224
448
834
1220
1444
1667
2050
5,04
0,0213
1290
HHHH
45
31
80
240
481
895
1309
1549
1789
2199
5,04
0,0213
1290
HHHH
50
34
98
255
510
949
1388
1643
1897
2332
5,04
0,0213
1290
HHHH
55
36
119
268
536
998
1460
1728
1995
2453
5,04
0,0213
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 capacity is reduced by around 5% when the ADCII is set to the Fan-shape setting. The primary air capacity is not affected.
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, it causes a negative impact on the total heating capacity.
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Calculation Example - Heating
In the same room as in the example for cooling, there is a
also a heating load of 50 W/m2. This produces a heating
capacity load of 50 x 8.0 x 20.0 = 8.0 kW. The primary air
flow must be the same as in the summer scenario, 432 l/s
which result in 36 l/s and unit.
Design room temperature (tr) 22°C, heating water temperature (flow/return) 50/40°C and the primary air temperature (tl) 20°C produces:
DTv = 10°K
DTmv = 23°K
DTl = -2°K
Solution
Heating
The primary airflow of 36 l/s in combination with the
primary air temperature of 20°C produces a negative
impact on the heating capacity: 1.2 x 432 x (-2) = -1037
W. The heating capacity requirement from the heating
water is thus increased to 8000 + 1037 = 9037 W. From
Tabell 10 at ∆Tmv = 23°K and primary air flow 36 l/s we
produce a heating capacity of P v = 1266 W. To meet the
total heating load we need 9037 / 1266 = 7.1 units which
then can be rounded upward to 8 units. Parasol EX 1290
with heating function.
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Heating Water
With a heating requirement of 9037 / 8 = 1130 W per
unit and ∆Tv = 10K, we obtain the required water flow
from Chart 5: 0.027 l/s. The pressure drop for the heating
water is calculated on the basis of a water flow of 0.027
l/s and pressure drop constant kpv = 0.0213, which is
taken from Table 10. The pressure drop will then be: ∆pv
= (qv /kpv)2 = (0.027 / 0.0213)2 = 1.6 kPa.
Results
Dimensioning case with ventilation, cooling and heating.
Optimised solution:
2 units Parasol EX 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling and ventilation)
8 units Parasol EX 1290-B-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling, heating and ventilation)
2 units Parasol EX 1290-C-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(ventilation only)
Alternative solution for maximal flexibility with regard to
possible future room divisions:
12 units Parasol EX 1290-B-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling, heating and ventilation)
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Acoustics
Table 11. Orifice Attenuation ∆L (dB) Parasol EX 690
Octave band (Hz)
Nozzle setting
Chart 7 show the total generated sound power (LWtot dB),
as a function of the airflow and pressure drop across the
damper. By correcting LWtot with the correction factors
from Table 14, the sound power levels for the corresponding octave bands can be obtained (LW = Lwtot + Kok )
63
125
250
500
1k
2k
4k
8k
LLLL
19
20
17
16
17
16
15
15
MMMM
17
18
15
14
15
14
13
13
HHHH
15
16
13
12
13
12
11
11
Table 12. Orifice Attenuation ∆L (dB) Parasol EX
1290 MF
Initial Adjustment Range
Nozzle setting
Octave band (Hz)
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 13. Orifice Attenuation ∆L (dB) Parasol EX
1290 HF
Nozzle setting
Octave band (Hz)
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
Figure 22. Pressure Conditions - Air
Table 14. Sound power level for CRPc 9-125 damper,
Correction factor, Kok
Damper throttling range
Size
∆pl = ps - pi
∆pl
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 upstream of unit and damper
CRPc 9
Mid-frequency (Octave band) Hz
63 125 250
500
1000
2000
4000
8000
125
0
-2
-9
-15
-20
-25
-29
-35
Tol. +
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
0%
200
10
0%
Chart 7. Adjustment range, CRPc 9-125 damper
ps Pa
LWtot60 dB
100
55
50
50
40
45
30
40
20
10
5
4
3
2
3
4
5
10
20
22
30
40
20
50
30
100
40
50
200
100
300
400 500
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Dimensions
D
Figure 23. Parasol EX 690 top view with connection bracket
D = Cleaning door (not intended for use as an optional air connection).
PARASOL EX c
Figure 24. Parasol EX 690, top view with connections
A1 =
Inlet, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
B1 = Inlet, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
A2 =
Return, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
B2 = Return, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
C=
Air connecting piece ∅125 mm
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D
Figure 25. Parasol EX 1290 top view with connection bracket
D = Cleaning door (not intended for use as an optional air connection).
Figure 26. Parasol EX 1290, top view with connections
A1 =
Inlet, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
B1 =
Inlet, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
A2 =
Return, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
B2 =
Return, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
C=
Air connecting piece ∅125 mm
Figure 27. Connection with damper, end view
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Figure 28. Connection with duct bend, end view
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Ordering key
Ordering key, Parasol EX 690
Parasol
Contractor demarcation
Swegon’s delivery ends at the connection points for water
and air, and the connection of indoor climate control
equipment. (see Figures 24 and 26).
• The pipe contractor connects the connections points
for water to the plain pipe end and fills the system, bleeds
it and tests the pressure.
• The ventilation contractor connects ducting to the air
connecting piece.
a-
MF-
bcde
Version:
Function:
A = Cooling and supply air
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
Ordering Range, Parasol EX
Size
Parasol EX c 690-
Side 4: L; M; H; C
Parasol EX 690:
690 x 690 mm
Parasol EX 1290:
Ordering key, Parasol EX 1290
1290 x 690 mm
Parasol
The tolerance is ±2 mm
Function
ADCII
The units can be ordered in three different
functional versions:
Version:
A = Cooling and supply air
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
C = Supply air only
C = Supply air only
a-
bb- cdef
Function:
Factory-fitted ADCII
Airflow variant:
Airflow
Parasol EX 690 can be ordered in the medium
flow variant (MF) only
variant
Parasol EX 1290 can be ordered in the medium
flow variant (MF) and the high flow variant
(HF)
Each side can be set in four different ways: L,
M, H, or C
MF = Medium flow
PARASOL EX c
supplied as standard
Nozzle setting
Parasol EX c 1290-
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
L = Low airflow
M = Medium airflow
H = High airflow
C = No airflow
Colour
The units are supplied in Swegon standard
shade of white, RAL 9003, gloss ratio 30 ± 6%
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Available to order, Accessories
Perforation
pattern
Ordering Key, Accessories
Perforation pattern
Perforation patterns are available in three different versions:
1 = Parasol EX 690
2 = Parasol EX 1290
PE: Square holes arranged in a square pattern.
Perforation variant:
Telescopic casing for concealing ducts and pipe
work
380 mm
Length interval:
175 - 250 mm
PD
PE
250 - 400 mm
Connection casing
400 - 700 mm
Version:
700 - 1,200 mm
Max. length (mm):
1200 - 2,000 mm
Assembly piece SYST MS M8 is required for
suspended installation from hangers. (to be
ordered separately) One kit is sufficient for two
connection casings.
Cover plate to conceal the connection opening
when no connection cover is used.
Room control
kit
Plug and play kit with valve, actuator and pushon coupling for quick connection (supplied
separately)
Flexible connection hose
The connection hose is supplied with clamping
ring coupling, push-on coupling or sleeve nut.
Assembly
piece
Ceiling mount, threaded rod and plastic sleeve
for covering the threaded rod.
Connection
piece (90°
bend), air
90° duct bend.
Initial adjustment damper
Damper for adjusting the air volume
Tool for
nozzle adjustment
One tool for nozzle adjustment is supplied with
each order free of charge.
Venting
nipple
Venting nipple with push-on coupling for connection to return pipe for water.
Parasol EX c T- CC-
aaaa
250; 400; 700; 1200; 2000
Parasol EX c T- ICP
Cover plate
No extra mounting parts are needed if the module is installed directly against the ceiling.
Cover plate
SYST RK - aa
Room control kit
(Supplied separately)
Variant:
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
Flexible connection hose
(1 pc)
SYST FH F1-
aaa- 12
Clamping ring against pipe
on both ends
Length (mm):
300; 500 or 700
Flexible connection hose
(1 pc)
SYST FH F20- aaa- 12
Push-on coupling against pipe
on both ends
Length (mm):
275; 475 or 675
Flexible connection hose
(1 pc)
SYST FH F30- aaa- 12
Push-on coupling against pipe
on one end, G20ID sleeve nut
on the other end
Length (mm):
200; 400 or 600
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bb
Type:
PD: Circular holes arranged in a square pattern.
Width:
a-
Version:
Standard: Circular holes arranged in a triangular
pattern.
Connection
casing
Parasol EX c T- PP-
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Asssembly piece SYST MS M8- aaaa- b- RAL9003
Length of threaded rod (mm):
Specification text
200; 500; 1000
Example of a specification text conforming to VVS AMA
Standard.
Type:
KB XX
1=One threaded rod
Swegon Parasol EX comfort module for suspended
installation,with the following functions:
2=Two threaded rods and one thread lock
Connection piece
SYST CA 125-90
(90° bend), air
Initial adjustment damper
SYST CRPc 9-125
Tool for nozzle adjustment
SYST TORX 6-200
Venting nipple
SYST AR-12
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Accessories:
• Alternative perforation pattern Parasol EX c T-PP-a-bb,
xx qty
• Kit for room control SYST RK-aa, xx qty
• Connection casing Parasol EX c T-CC-aaaa
• Flexible connection hose SYST FH aaa–bbb-12, xx qty
• Assembly piece SYST MS M8 aaaa–b-RAL 9003, xx qty
• Connection piece (90°duct bend), SYST CA 125-90 xx
qty
• Adjustment damper SYST CRPc 9-125, xx qty.
• Size:
KB XX-1 Parasol EX c 690 a-MF-bcde xx qty
KB XX-2 Parasol EX c 1290 a-bb-cdef, xx qty., etc
• Control equipment, see separate section in catalogue
on water-based indoor climate systems, or our website
www.swegon.com
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PARASOL EX c
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Cooling (optional)
Heating (optional)
Ventilation
Adjustable air direction
ADCII Indoor climate comfort control
Upward directed air distribution without need of any
coanda effect.
Integrated circulating air opening in face plate
Enclosed version for circulating air
Cleanable air duct
Fixed measurement tapping with hose
Painted in standard shade of white (RAL 9003)
Contractor demarcation at connection point for water
and air as in outline drawing.
At connection points the pipe contractor connects to 12
mm plain pipe end (cooling) or 12 mm plain pipe end
(heating)
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
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