Heating and cooling panels on graphite basis
Upoor Varicool Carbon S has been developed especially for applications with very high thermal loads and highest architectural requirements in mind. Thanks to the pressing of two non-woven graphite panels with a copper register lying between them, inherently rigid heating and cooling elements result which are combined into a ceiling surface without joints and direction after full-surface filling. The use of graphite to activate the ceiling surfaces allows very high outputs to be achieved for cooling and heating.
Uponor Varicool Carbon A has been developed for implementation as a closed metal ceiling. To this purpose heating and cooling registers consisting of copper meanders are embedded into a matrix of highly thermal conductive graphite. Subsequently the light register panels are bonded into the ceiling cladding.
Fastening is possible in grid, clamping or suspension systems as well as as a paneled ceiling in insertion system, with a weight per unit of only approx. 10 kg/m². After being connected via flexible pipe systems and being hydraulically balanced, the ceiling achieves a cooling output of 120 W/m² as well as a heating output of 133 W/m².
- Covering of large thermal loads of up to 45 % higher heating and cooling output
- Wide range of applications and simple mounting thanks to up to 60 % lower weight
- Versions for closed metal ceilings as well as ceiling surfaces without joints and directions