Radiant heating for industrial buildings, sports halls and high-ceilinged buildings

Benefits

  • Pleasant perception of temperature due to radiation
  • Certified heat outputs registered by DIN CERTCO, Keymark certified
  • possible with integrated LED lighting
  • pleasant temperature sensation thanks to thermal radiation, at the same time as saving money
  • minimal air movement, therefore no swirling dust and draughts
  • no risk of fire or explosion
  • maintenance-free operation
  • no space needed on the floor and walls
  • low floor-to-ceiling temperature stratification (approx. 0.2 K/m)
  • good control due to smaller volumes of water
  • possible with integrated LED lighting
  • made of 1.0 mm thick cold-rolled sheet steel with semi-circular grooves for optimum seating of the tubes in the panel
  • 60 - 70% thermal radiation
  • pipes connected using compression fittings or by welding
  • cover plates for joints, manifolds and headers
  • ball-deflecting cover for panels prevents balls becoming caught (e.g. in sports halls)
  • perforated designs for lower noise levels and shorter reverberation time, includes trickle protection

Technical details:

Galaxis
  • partial heating at ground level
    • sports halls and indoor riding arenas, indoor tennis centres
    • showrooms and sales floors, commercial and industrial buildings, warehouses and logistics buildings
    • open spaces, like shopping malls, high-bay warehouses, shipyards and hangars
  • mounting brackets for versatile mounting
  • Dimensions: panel widths 300 - 1500 mm, panel lengths 3 - 70 m, single panels are delivered in 4, 5 or 6-metre long elements
  • the heat outputs have been tested by HLK Stuttgart in accordance with DIN EN 14037, registered by DIN CERTCO and monitored by Keymark certification, registration no. 011-8D003.
  • Galaxis radiant ceiling panels have been tested by the MFPA Leipzig, for ball impact safety, investigation report no. UB 2.1/13-567-1 and -2.
  • powder coated in RAL 9016, other RAL colours available
  • aluminium-coated top with factory-fitted insulation, 40 mm thick
  • Accessories
    • press-on sleeves, cover panel, ball deflector guards
    • mounting sets and regulating valve combinations
    • control accessories

The effect of radiant ceiling panels is comparable to heat radiation from the sun. The radiation penetrates through the air and warms up the surrounding surfaces, objects etc. These, in turn, emit the stored heat to the surrounding air that warms up and slowly rises. The heat is dispersed evenly and produces no draughts; instead it produces a wonderful feeling of comfort. For people in this area, this means that they perceive a temperature of around 2-4 K higher at ground level underneath the radiant ceiling panels. As a result the nominal heat load is reduced. These units are especially effective when used in conjunction with a decentralised air conditioning concept. For example Airblock C can offer this in conjunction with centraliased heat recovery.

 

By joining several radiant ceiling panel elements together lengths of up to 50 metres can be achieved. The steel water pipes are connected on site with press fittings or by welding.

 

The heat outputs of Galaxis radiant ceiling panels have been tested by the HLK Stuttgart research company for compliance with DIN EN 14037, have been registered by DIN CERTCO and are monitored by Keymark certification registration no. 011-8D003. This certification means that Galaxis radiant ceiling panels comply with European standards. The associated regular product testing and monitoring of production control provides additional security for customers.

 

Download documents:

  Galaxis - technical catalogue   (4.86 MB)
  Kampmann spezial Galaxis   (1.21 MB)
  Galaxis - installation manual   (3.94 MB)