Induction & Chilled Beam Benefits

  • Less equipment & piping cost due to drain pan
  • Less ductwork required
  • Higher cooling and heating capacities = fewer units
  • Fewer units = less copper piping & ductwork
  • Reduction in the size of the DOAS/AHU
  • Reduction in the size of the chiller/boiler
  • Smaller piping due to less GPM
  • No need for mixing valves or heat exchanger to keep water temperature above the dew point
  • Less controls and complication
  • Reduced Air handler cost
  • No need for custom DOAS units
  • No wiring
  • No fans
  • No compressors
  • No moving parts to fail
  • Decreased energy consumption at the Air Handler.
  • Air Handler can provide minimum ventilation air because induction beam can use colder water temperatures than a chilled beam and provide higher cooling capacities.
  • Save 25-35% on HVAC costs versus VAV systems.
  • Less GPM = Less pump energy
  • Drain Pan can handle latent conditions & provide liability control
  • Capable of sensible only & latent designs.
  • Never worry about condensation forming on the beams coil.
  • Cooling operates when needed and doesn’t require a safety switch to turn off the chilled water unlike a conventional chilled beam.
  • Building can have multiple water loops with different water temperatures to handle specific area requirements.
  • Water temperatures down to 42 degrees.
  • Qualifies for LEED points
  • Quiet Systems
  • American Made