Parasol_UC

Parasol_UC
---------------------------------------------------------------------Parasol UC
Suspended comfort modules
Parasol UC Comfort Modules
The Parasol UC is a suspended comfort module specially designed for rooms with visible installations. Its function and
performance are equivalent to those of its big brother, the
Parasol EX.
Design
Since the dimensions of the face plate are larger than those of
the upper section, a visual separation is created between design and installation. This makes it possible to create two layers in the room. One layer that constitutes the visual design
and another layer that constitutes the installation.
Modules & Installation
Modules:
Installation:
Supply air
Supply air and cooling
Supply air, cooling and heating
Suspended
Ceiling surface mounted
Function
4-way air distribution in combination with Swegon’s ADCII
(Anti Draught Control), creates a maximized mixing zone and
minimizes the risk of draught issues. The Parasol 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.
Flexibility
The easily adjustable nozzles in combination with Swegon’s
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.
Performance
Primary airflow:
Pressure range:
Total cooling capacity:
Heating capacity – water:
Sizes:
Height:
Up to 55 l/s
50 to 150 Pa
Up to 1930 W
Up to 2450 W
690 x 690 mm, 1290 x 690 mm
230 mm
Registered design. The company reserves the right to make design changes without prior notice.
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Draught-fee 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 its 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 also provides a distribution that is not dependent on
nearby surfaces to create a coanda effect. In one simple operation, the ADCII, included as standard, enables you to move
the deflector groups to direct the airflow in whatever direction you desire.
Variants
The Parasol UC 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
Variant C:
Ventilation
Figure 2. Variant B: Heating function (also includes cooling
function)
1 = Primary air
2 = Induced room air
3 = Primary air mixed with heated room air
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
3 = Primary air mixed with cooled 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 oversizing, 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.
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’s ProSelect sizing program for sizing
throw lengths for supply air modules as well. If shorter throws
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.
Figure 4. Nozzle adjustment
High capacity
The high performance and small overall dimensions of the
Parasol UC units make them ideal for replacing awkwardly
large products without sacrificing comfort.
Simple to adjust
Built-in nozzle control makes the Parasol UC 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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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° (see Figure 5). This provides
great flexibility and can be easily adjusted without at all having to affect the system as a whole.
The noise 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 6. Possible settings for the ADCII, Fan shape
Figure 7. Possible settings for the ADCII, X-shape
Figure 5. ADCII, setting range from -40° to +40° in increments of 10°
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Location
In that each side of the Parasol UC is individually adjustable
per side to provide the appropriate airflow, the comfort modules fit in well 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 8). This is of benefit in comparison with other rearedge 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.
Optional perforation patterns
The face plate 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.
Figure 9. Standard face plate
Circular holes arranged in triangular pattern.
Figure 10. PD face plate
Circular holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border
Figure 8. Parasol UC as a rear edge solution
Figure 11. PE face plate
Square holes arranged in a square pattern with a graduated
border
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Range of Application
The Parasol UC is ideal for use as a standard application in
such premises as:
• Offices
• Conference rooms
• Hotels
• Restaurants
• Hospitals
• Shops
• Shopping centres
Parasol UC
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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 conducted in the room can change after a given period, for instance, and this may require other settings
than standard.
More detailed information about the room control equipment
is available in a separate product datasheet atwww.swegon.com.
LUNA components for installation with Parasol UC
Valve kit:
Room controller:
Transformer:
Condensation guard:
Figure 13. Installation with all components in the room
SYST RK-LUNA
LUNA RE-S
LUNA TS-1
LUNA-T-CG-2
Figure 12. SYST RK-LUNA
A = Valve
B = Actuator
C = Push-on ∅12mm
D = R male threads: ½’' B to ISO 7/1
Figure 14. 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
Mount the condensation monitor onto the supply pipe for
cooling as close to the coil as possible. Important! It must not
be covered by anti-condensation insulation
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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.
Technical Data, Valve
Functional Data
PN Class:
Permissible media:
Media temperature:
Permissible operating
pressure:
Closing pressure:
Pressure drop for fully
open valve (Δpv100):
Lifting height:
Material
Valve body:
Connection nipple:
Protective housing:
O-ring:
Connection
R male threads:
Inlet/Outlet
Rp female threads:
PN 10
Chilled and hot water with antifreeze agent
Recommendation: Water treatment according to VDI 2035
1…120°C
1000 kPa (10 bar)
60 kPa (0.6 bar)
Recommended range:
5 … 20 kPa (0.05 … 0.2 bar)
2 mm
Brass, mat, nickel plated
Brass, mat, nickel plated
Polypropylene
EPDM
½¨ B to ISO 7/1
½" to ISO 7/1
Figure 15. To adjust the kv value.
A = Protective housing, rotatable through 180°
B = Marking on the outlet side of the valve
Commissioning
1.
2.
Fit the protective housing A over the valve.
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
Water - cooling, plain pipe end (Cu)
Water - heating, plain pipe end (Cu)
Air, connecting piece
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Ø 12 x 1.0 mm
Ø 125 mm
To connect the air
The Parasol UC is supplied with the connecting piece on the
right-hand side as the water connections.
To connect the water
Connect the water pipes using push-on couplings or clamping
ring couplings. Do not use solder couplings to connect the
water pipes. High temperatures can damage the unit’s existing solders.
Flexible connection hoses for water may be ordered separately.
In applications that require water and air connections on the
same side, a pipe kit is available (SYST PK). The kit must be ordered separately and must be installed at the site.
Figure 16. Diagrammatic sketch for suspending the Parasol
UC and housing
A = Valve kit
B = Damper
C = Pipe kit, SYST PK
D = Assembly piece (See Figure 18)
Condensation-free cooling
Since the comfort modules have to be dimensioned to operate without condensation, no drainage system is required.
Figure 17. Assembly piece SYST MS-1, ceiling mount and
threaded rod.
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Designations
Total cooling capacity, max.
1930 W
Heating capacity, water, max.
2450 W
Airflow:
Parasol UC 690
7-34 l/s
Parasol UC 1290
9-55 l/s
Length:
Parasol UC 690
690 mm
Parasol UC 1290
1290 mm
Width:
690 mm
Height:
230 mm
Dimensions of the units have a tolerance of (±2) mm.
P
tl
tr
tm
ΔTm
ΔTl
ΔTk
Table 2. Weight
Size
(mm)
690
690
690
1290
1290
1290
Functional
variant
A
B
C
A
B
C
Dry weight Filled with water
(kg)
(kg)
15.6
16.8
16.2
17.7
12.7
24.3
25.7
28.3
30.7
21.5
Recommended limit values
Capacity (W)
Temperature of primary air (°C)
Temperature of room air (°C)
Mean water temperature (°C)
Temperature difference tr - tm (K)
Temperature difference tl - tr (K)
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)
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)
Flow of primary air (l/s)
ql
kpl
Pressure drop constant for nozzle setting, see tables 3-5 and 7
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 70 Pa
is used, pi
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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TECHNICAL DATA
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COOLING
Standard
Capacities are measured in accordance with V-publication
1996:1 and Nordtest NT VVS 078.
Calculating Formulae - Cooling
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 can be taken from the tables.
Corrected capacity – water flow
Different water flow rates to some extent have effects on the
capacity output. By checking calculated water flow against
Diagrams 2 or 3, the capacity indicated in Tables 3-5 may
need to be slightly adjusted up or down.
Pcorr = k · Pk
Pcorr
Corrected capacity (W)
k
Correction factor
Cooling capacity of the water
Pk
Diagram 2. Corrected Capacity – Water flow, Parasol UC
690
Pressure drop in cooling coil
Δpk = (qk / kpk)2
Δpk
Pressure drop in cooling coil (kPa)
Flow of cooling water (l/s), see Diagram 1
qk
Pressure drop constant for cooling coil, see Tables
kpk
3-5
Cooling capacity of the air
Pl = 1.2 · ql · ΔTl
Pl
Primary air’s cooling capacity (W)
Flow of primary air (l/s)
ql
ΔTl
Temperature difference between primary air (tl) and
room air (tr) (K)
Cooling capacity of the water
Pk = 4186 · qk · ΔTk
Pk
Cooling capacity of the water (W)
qk
Cooling water flow (l/s)
Temperature difference of cooling water flow and
ΔTk
return (K)
Diagram 3. Corrected Capacity – Water flow, Parasol UC
1290
Diagram 1. Water Flow – Cooling Capacity
T
K
K
K
K
K
K
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Diagram 4. Pressure Drop – Cooling Water Flow
A = 1290
B = 690
C = 1260 including SYST PK pipe kit
D = 690 including SYST PK pipe kit
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Table 3 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for the Parasol UC 690
Unit
length
(mm)
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
Nozzle
setting
1)
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
Prima- Noise Nozry
Level,
zle
air
dB(A) pres2)
flow
sure pi
(l/s)
(Pa)
7
8
9
10
12
12
14
16
18
20
20
23
26
30
34
<20
<20
<20
22
27
<20
22
26
30
33
20
25
28
33
36
48
62
79
98
140
47
63
83
105
129
52
69
88
117
150
Cooling capacity
primary air (W)
at ΔTl
6
50
58
65
72
86
86
101
115
130
144
144
166
187
216
245
8
67
77
86
96
115
115
134
154
173
192
192
221
250
288
326
10
84
96
108
120
144
144
168
192
216
240
240
276
312
360
408
12
101
115
130
144
173
173
202
230
259
288
288
331
374
432
490
Cooling capacity
Water (W)
at Δtmk3)
6
179
204
227
247
282
214
248
277
303
326
268
305
338
376
409
7
207
237
263
287
328
247
287
321
352
379
312
354
392
435
474
8
235
270
300
327
374
279
325
365
400
432
355
403
445
494
537
9
263
302
336
367
419
312
364
409
449
484
398
451
498
553
601
10
291
334
372
406
465
343
402
452
497
536
441
500
551
611
664
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
11
319
367
409
446
511
375
440
495
545
589
484
548
604
669
727
12
347
399
445
486
556
407
477
538
592
641
527
596
656
727
789
kpl
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.76
2.77
2.77
2.77
2.77
2.77
kpk
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
0.0200
Table 4 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for the Parasol UC 1290 MF
Unit
length
(mm)
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
Nozzle Prima- Noise Nozsetting
ry
Level, zle
1)
air
dB(A) Pres2)
flow
sure pi
(l/s)
(Pa)
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
9
10
12
14
16
13
15
17
20
22
22
25
28
33
38
<20
<20
<20
<20
22
<20
<20
<20
23
26
<20
<20
22
26
30
49
61
88
120
156
50
67
85
118
143
50
64
81
112
148
Cooling capacity
primary air (W)
at ΔTl
6
65
72
86
101
115
94
108
122
144
158
158
180
202
238
274
8
86
96
115
134
154
125
144
163
192
211
211
240
269
317
365
10
108
120
144
168
192
156
180
204
240
264
264
300
336
396
456
12
130
144
173
202
230
187
216
245
288
317
317
360
403
475
547
Cooling capacity
Water (W)
at Δtmk3)
6
282
310
360
402
438
314
357
395
444
473
374
416
454
508
554
7
328
362
420
469
512
366
416
459
516
549
437
486
529
591
645
8
375
414
481
537
586
419
475
524
587
625
499
555
604
675
736
9
422
465
541
604
660
471
533
588
658
700
562
624
679
758
826
10
11
469 515
517 569
601 661
672 740
734 808
524 576
592 651
652 716
729 800
775 849
625 687
693 762
753 828
841 924
916 1007
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
12
562
620
722
807
881
629
709
779
870
924
750
831
903
1007
1097
kpl
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
kpk
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
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 noise level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRP 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 cooling water 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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Unit
length
(mm)
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
Nozzle Prima- Noise Nozsetting
ry
level
zle
1)
air
dB(A) Pres2)
flow
sure pI
(l/s)
(Pa)
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
13
15
17
20
22
23
26
30
34
39
36
40
45
50
55
<20
<20
<20
23
26
<20
23
27
31
35
26
28
31
34
36
50
67
85
118
143
52
66
88
113
149
51
63
80
98
119
Cooling capacity
primary air (W)
at ΔTl
6
94
108
122
144
158
166
187
216
245
281
259
288
324
360
396
8
125
144
163
192
211
221
250
288
326
374
346
384
432
480
528
10
156
180
204
240
264
276
312
360
408
468
432
480
540
600
660
12
187
216
245
288
317
331
374
432
490
562
518
576
648
720
792
Cooling capacity
Water (W)
at Δtmk3)
6
345
382
415
457
482
406
440
480
515
554
469
503
541
576
606
7
400
444
482
531
560
471
510
557
597
642
541
580
623
662
697
8
456
505
548
604
637
535
580
633
679
729
612
655
704
747
787
9
511
566
614
677
714
599
649
708
759
816
682
730
784
832
875
10
11
565 620
627 687
680 746
750 822
791 867
663 726
718 787
783 858
840 920
902 988
752 822
805 878
863 941
915 998
963 1049
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
12
674
748
812
895
943
789
855
932
1000
1074
890
951
1019
1080
1135
kpl
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.20
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04
kpk
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
0.0220
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 noise level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRP 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 cooling water 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)
Parasol UC 690
Parasol UC 1290
6
17
41
Cooling capacity (W)
for temperature difference, room - water ΔTmk (K)
7
8
9
10
11
21
25
29
34
39
51
61
72
83
95
12
43
107
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Table 5 – Data – Cooling. Sizing Guide for the Parasol UC 1290 HF
Parasol UC
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Nozzle setting
The unique built-in nozzle control in the Parasol UC 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 desired directions. The direction of the airflow can be easily optimized using the Swegon ProSelect sizing program available atwww.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.
C-factor
Each nozzle setting has a specific C-factor. A total C-factor for
the unit can be determined by adding together the C-factors
for the nozzle settings on each side. The relevant C-factor for
optimized nozzle setting can also be obtained in ProSelect.
Table 7. C-factor Guide per Side
Type of unit:
Parasol UC 690 MF
Parasol UC 1290 MF
Parasol UC 1290 HF
Primary
airflow
Low
Medium
High
None
Low
Medium
High
None
Low
Medium
High
None
Low
Medium
High
None
Low
Medium
High
None
Side
Nozzle setting
C-factor
Any
Any
Any
Any
Short side
Short side
Short side
Short side
Long side
Long side
Long side
Long side
Short side
Short side
Short side
Short side
Long side
Long side
Long side
Long side
L
M
H
C
L
M
H
C
L
M
H
C
L
M
H
C
L
M
H
C
0,253
0.440
0.693
0
0.176
0.253
0.429
0
0.464
0.667
1.131
0
0.253
0.440
0.693
0
0,667
1.160
1.827
0
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Specific nozzle settings
To specify optimized nozzle settings, always begin from the
side where the water pipes extend out from the end panel.
From there, specify side after side in counter-clockwise order.
See Figures 18-20. If you like, you can order the units preset
from the factory (does not apply to units held in stock).
Figure 19. Top view of Parasol UC 1290, pages 1-4
Figure 18. Top view of Parasol UC 690, pages 1-4
Figure 20. Examples of optimized nozzle setting.
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Calculation Example - Cooling
To make sizing comfort modules as simple as possible, the
Swegon ProSelect sizing program is available atwww.swegon.com. Another excellent way of sizing units is to use the
catalogue data, an example of which is given below.
Conditions
A large room with dimensions (w x d x h) 8.0 x 20.0 x 3.0 m
without suspended ceiling is to be ventilated and temperature-controlled with a Parasol UC 1290 suspended comfort
module. The total cooling load is estimated at 9.6 kW. Design
room temperature (tr) 24°C, cooling water temperature (flow/
return) 14/17°C and the primary air temperature (tl) 18°C produces:
ΔTk= 3K
ΔTmk= 8.5K
ΔTl= 6K
The desired primary air flow to the room (ql) has been fixed at
432 l/s. The noise generated by each comfort module must
not exceed 27 dB(A).
Noise Level
In Table 5 we see that the noise level with a fully open damper (or without a damper) reaches 26 dB(A). To see the cut-off
range and the current noise level after adjustment with separate type SYST CRPc 9-125 damper, Diagram 7 or the Swegon ProSelect sizing program can be used, which is available
at www.swegon.com.
Results
The following products are needed in the dimensioning example described above:
Optimised solution:
10 units Parasol UC 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling and ventilation)
2 units Parasol UC 1290-C-HF with nozzle setting HHHH (ventilation only)
Alternative solution for maximal flexibility with regard to possible future room divisions:
12 units Parasol UC 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling and ventilation)
Solution
Cooling
The cooling capacity of the primary air can be calculated using
the following formula:
Pl = 1.2 x ΔTl 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 UC 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 ΔTmk 8K & 9K).
The following is required to meet the 27 dB(A) per unit acoustic requirement: 432 / 36 = 12 units. Parasol UC 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
oversizing, 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.
Cooling Water
With a cooling capacity requirement of 6470 / 10 = 647 W for
cooling water, the necessary water flow is obtained in Diagram 1. With the temperature increase ΔTk= 3K the water
flow obtained is 0.052 l/s.
In Diagram 3 we can read that a water flow of 0.052 l/s does
not produce a fully turbulent outflow, but that the capacity
must be corrected by a reduction factor of 0.98. The loss of
capacity is compensated by calculating the comfort modules
required cooling capacity as follows: Pk = 647 / 0.98 = 660 W.
New water flow from Diagram 1, qk = 0.053 l/s.
The pressure drop is calculated on the basis of a water flow of
0.053 l/s and the pressure drop constant kpk = 0.0220, which
is taken from Table 5. The pressure drop will then be: Δpv =
(qv/ kpv)2 = (0.053 / 0.0220)2 = 5.8 kPa.
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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 = 1.2 · ql · ΔTl
Pl
The cooling or heating capacity of the air (W)
ql
Flow of primary air (l/s)
Temperature difference between primary air (tl) and
ΔTl
room air (tr) (K)
Heating capacity of the water:
Pv = 4186 · qv · ΔTv
Pv
Heating capacity of the water (W)
Flow of heating water (l/s)
qv
Temperature difference between the heating waΔTv
ter’s flow and return flow (K)
Pressure drop for heating coil
Δpv = (qv / kpv)2
Δpv
Pressure drop in cooling coil (kPa)
Flow of heating water (l/s), see Diagram 6
qv
Pressure drop constant for heating coil, see Tables
kpv
8-10
Diagram 5. Water Flow – Heating Capacity
The Parasol UC 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 UC 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 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
UC comfort module whatever the time of year.
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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HEATING
Parasol UC
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Diagram 6. Pressure Drop – Heating Water Flow
A = 1290
B = 690
C = 1260 including SYST PK pipe kit
D = 690 including SYST PK pipe kit
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Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting1)
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Noise level
dB(A)
2)
Nozzle
pressure
pi
(Pa)
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
690
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
7
8
9
10
12
12
14
16
18
20
20
23
26
30
34
<20
<20
<20
22
27
<20
22
26
30
33
20
25
28
33
36
48
62
79
98
140
47
63
83
105
129
52
69
88
117
150
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv 3)
5
93
106
117
126
143
123
134
143
151
158
138
152
164
178
190
10
187
212
233
253
287
247
267
285
301
315
276
303
327
356
380
Pressure drop constant
air/water
15
20 25
30
35
280 372 465 557 649
317 422 526 631 735
349 465 581 696 812
378 504 629 755 880
429 571 714 856 998
359 472 581 690 796
394 520 644 768 890
424 562 699 835 971
450 599 747 895 1043
473 632 790 948 1107
406 537 665 792 918
448 592 734 876 1016
484 641 795 949 1102
527 698 866 1035 1201
564 747 928 1109 1289
kpl
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.76
1.76
2.77
2.77
2.77
2.77
2.77
kpv
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
0.0241
Table 9 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for Parasol UC 1290 MF with straight ADCII
Unit
length
(mm)
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
Nozzle
setting
1)
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
9
10
12
14
16
13
15
17
20
22
22
25
28
33
38
Noise level
dB(A)
2)
<20
<20
<20
<20
22
<20
<20
<20
23
26
<20
<20
22
26
30
Nozzle
pressure
pi
(Pa)
49
61
88
120
156
50
67
85
118
143
50
64
81
112
148
Heating capacity water (W)
at ΔTmv 3)
5
184
197
219
238
254
177
206
232
265
285
227
251
273
305
332
10
369
394
438
475
508
353
412
464
531
570
454
503
547
610
665
15
538
580
653
714
767
543
625
697
791
846
677
751
816
911
992
20
708
766
867
953
1027
732
838
930
1051
1121
901
999
1086
1212
1320
25
872
948
1081
1193
1289
926
1053
1165
1309
1394
1124
1246
1354
1511
1646
30
1036
1130
1294
1432
1552
1120
1269
1399
1567
1666
1346
1492
1622
1810
1972
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
35
1197
1310
1506
1672
1815
1318
1486
1633
1824
1936
1568
1738
1890
2109
2297
kpl
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
kpv
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon ProSelect, the sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified noise level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRP 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 heating water 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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Table 8 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for the Parasol UC 690
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Parasol UC
Table 10 – Data – Heating. Sizing Guide for the Parasol UC 1290 HF
Unit
length
(mm)
Nozzle
setting
Primary
airflow
(l/s)
Noise level
dB (A)
2)
Nozzle
pressure
pi
(Pa)
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
1290
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
LLLL
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
MMMM
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
HHHH
13
15
17
20
22
23
26
30
34
39
36
40
45
50
55
<20
<20
<20
23
26
<20
23
27
31
35
26
28
31
34
36
50
67
85
118
143
52
66
88
113
149
51
63
80
98
119
1)
Heating capacity, water (W)
at ΔTmv 3)
5
158
175
190
209
220
185
200
218
234
251
210
224
240
255
268
10
315
349
379
418
441
369
400
436
468
503
419
448
481
510
536
15
586
650
705
778
820
687
745
812
871
935
780
834
895
949
998
20
857
951
1032
1137
1199
1005
1089
1188
1274
1368
1141
1220
1309
1388
1460
25
1015
1125
1221
1346
1419
1189
1289
1405
1507
1619
1350
1444
1549
1643
1728
30
1172
1299
1410
1554
1639
1373
1489
1623
1741
1870
1559
1667
1789
1897
1995
Pressure drop
constant
air/water
35
1441
1597
1734
1911
2015
1689
1830
1995
2140
2299
1917
2050
2199
2332
2453
kpl
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.20
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.04
kpv
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
0.0273
1) For the sizing of alternative nozzle settings, use Swegon ProSelect, the sizing program that is available at www.swegon.com
2) The specified noise level is applicable to connection without damper or with fully open damper. In other applications that call
for throttling by means of a SYST CRP 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 heating water 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 gives 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:
ΔTv= 10°K
ΔTmv= 23°K
ΔTl= -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 ΔTmv= 23°K
and primary air flow 36 l/s produce a heating capacity of Pv =
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 UC 1290 with heating function.
Heating Water
With a heating requirement of 9037 / 8 = 1130 W per unit
and ΔTv = 10K, we obtain the required water flow from Diagram 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 = 0.0273, which is taken from Table
10. The pressure drop will then be: Δpv = (qv / kpv)2 = (0.027 /
0.0273)2 = 1.0 kPa.
Results
Dimensioning case with ventilation, cooling and heating.
Optimised solution:
2 units Parasol UC 1290-A-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling and ventilation)
8 units Parasol UC 1290-B-HF with nozzle setting HHHH (cooling, heating and ventilation)
2 units Parasol UC 1290-C-HF with nozzle setting HHHH (ventilation only)
Alternative solution for maximal flexibility with regard to possible future room divisions:
12 units Parasol UC 1290-B-HF with nozzle setting HHHH
(cooling, heating and ventilation)
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-----------------------------------------------------------Table 11. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol UC 690
ACOUSTICS
Initial Adjustment Range
Nozzle setting
LLLL
MMMM
HHHH
Octave band (Hz)
63 125 250 500 1k 2k
19 20 17 16 17 16
17 18 15 14 15 14
15 16 13 12 13 12
4k
15
13
11
8k
15
13
11
Table 12. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol UC 1290
MF
Nozzle setting
LLLL
MMMM
HHHH
Octave band (Hz)
63 125 250 500 1k 2k
18 19 16 15 16 15
16 17 14 13 14 13
14 15 12 11 12 11
4k
14
12
10
8k
14
12
10
Table 13. Orifice Attenuation ΔL (dB) Parasol UC 1290 HF
Nozzle setting
LLLL
MMMM
HHHH
Figure 21. Pressure Conditions - Air
Damper throttling range
Δpl = pi · ps
Δpl
Throttling range of fitted damper ps - pi,
see Diagram 7
Nozzle pressure (easily measured with a manometer
pi
connected to measurement hoses).
ps
Static pressure upstream of 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).
Diagram 7. Adjustment range, CRPc 9-125 damper
A = Adjustment range
B = Closed
C = Open
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Octave band (Hz)
63 125 250 500 1k 2k 4k 8k
16 17 14 13 14 13 12 12
14 15 12 11 12 11 10 10
12 13 10
9 10 9 8 8
Parasol UC
DIMENSIONS
Figure 22. Parasol UC 690 top view with connection bracket
Figure 23. Parasol UC 690, top view with connections
B=
Air connecting piece ∅125 mm
RH =
Return, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
RC =
Return, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
SH =
SC =
Inlet, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
Inlet, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
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Figure 24. Parasol UC 1290 top view with connection bracket
Figure 25. Parasol UC 1290, top view with connections
B=
Air connecting piece ∅125 mm
RH =
Return, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
RC =
Return, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
SH =
SC =
Inlet, heating water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
Inlet, cooling water ∅12 x 1.0 mm
Figure 26. Connection with damper, end view
Figure 27. Connection with duct bend, end view
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Ordering Key, Parasol UC 690
Contractor demarcation
Swegon’s delivery ends at the connection points for water
and air(see Figures 23 and 25).
• The pipe contractor connects the connections points for
water to the plain pipe ends and fills the system, bleeds it
and tests the pressure.
• The ventilation contractor connects ducting to the air connecting piece.
Available to order, Parasol UC
Size
Function
ADCII
Airflow variant
Nozzle setting
Colour
Parasol UC 690:
690 x 690 mm
Parasol UC 1290:
1290 x 690 mm
The tolerance is ±2 mm
The units can be ordered in three different
functional versions:
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and supply air
C = Supply air only
Factory-fitted ADCII
supplied as standard
The Parasol UC 690 can be ordered in the
medium flow variant (MF) only
The Parasol UC 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
L = Low airflow
M = Medium airflow
H = High airflow
C = No airflow
The units are supplied in Swegon standard
shade of white, RAL 9010, gloss ratio 30 ±
6%
Parasol
Parasol UC 690Function:
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
Side 4: L; M; H; C
a- MF- bcde
Ordering Key, Parasol UC 1290
Parasol
Parasol UC 1290- a- bb- cdef
Function:
A = Cooling and supply air
B = Cooling, heating and
supply air
C = Supply air only
Airflow variant:
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
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ORDERING KEY
Parasol UC
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Available to order, Accessories
Ordering Key, Accessories
Perforation pattern
Perforation pattern
Type:
1 = Parasol UC 690
2 = Parasol UC 1290
Perforation variant:
PD
PE
Perforation patterns are available in three
variants:
Standard: Circular holes arranged in a triangular pattern.
PD: Circular holes arranged in a square
pattern.
PE: Square holes arranged in a square pattern.
Room control kit Plug and play kit with valve, actuator and
push-on coupling for quick connection
(supplied separately)
Flexible connec- Connection hose supplied with clamping
tion hose
ring coupling or push-on coupling with a
diameter of 12 mm.
Asssembly piece Ceiling mount, threaded rod and plastic
sleeve for covering the threaded rod.
Pipe kit
Connection pipes for connecting water
and air on the same side.
Connection piece 90° duct bend.
(90° bend),
painted white, air
Damper for adjusting the air volume
Adjustment
damper (painted
white).
Tool for nozzle
One tool for nozzle adjustment is supplied
adjustment
with each order free of charge. If several
tools are required, they must be specified
separately.
Venting nipple
Venting nipple with push-on coupling for
connection to return pipe for water.
Room control kit
(Supplied separately)
Variant:
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
Parasol UC T- PP-
a- bb
SYST RK LUNA-
aa
Flexible connection hose,
SYST FS- aaa- bbb- 12
((1 pc)
Type:
F1 = Clamping ring for pipe on bothe ends
F20 = Push-on coupling against pipe on both ends
Length (mm):
300; 500; 700
Asssembly piece
SYST MSaaaa- b- RAL 9010
Length of threaded rod (mm):
200; 500; 1000
Type:
1=One threaded rod
2=Two threaded rods and one thread
lock
Pipe kit
Size, Parasol UC:
690; 1290
Variant:
C = Cooling
CH = Cooling and heating
SYST PK-
aaaa-
bb
Connection piece
(90° bend), air
SYST CA 125-90
Initial adjustment damper
SYST CRPc 9-125
Tool for nozzle adjustment
SYST TORX 6-200
Venting nipple
SYST AR-12
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Specification text
Example of a specification text conforming to VVS AMA
Standard.
KB XX
Swegon Parasol UC comfort module for suspended installation,with the following functions:
• 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 9010)
• 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 to 12 mm dia. 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.
Accessories:
• Alternative perforation pattern, Parasol UC T-PP-a-bb, xx
items
• Kit for room control SYST RK LUNA-aa, xx items.
• Flexible connection hose SYST FS aaa–bbb-12, xx items.
• Assembly piece SYST MS aaaa–b-RAL 9010, xx items.
• Connection piece (90°duct bend), SYST CA 125-90 xx
items.
• Adjustment damper SYST CRPc 9-125, xx items.
• Size:
KB XX-1 Parasol UC 690 a-MF-bcde xx items.
KB XX-2 Parasol UC 1290 a-bb-cdef, xx items., etc.
• Control equipment, see separate section in catalogue on
water-based indoor climate systems, or our websitewww.swegon.com
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