Radiant Panels & Sails in Large Public Spaces

Attractive architectural sails and panels can be an aesthetically pleasing way to save energy and improve occupant comfort in a large public space. Energy savings are achieved by reducing supply air requirements, which reduces the fan power requirements of a building, and introduces the possibility of a dedicated outdoor air system. This reduced air volume also results in lower room air velocity compared to an all-air mixing ventilation system, reducing the likelihood of draft and improving occupant comfort.

In addition, radiant systems reduce the supply air volume required in a space, which in turn reduces the amount of ductwork required and, by extension, the plenum height. Reduced plenum height has the potential to reduce construction costs.

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