Radiant panels are modern solutions that effectively use the surface of a wall or ceiling. They may be made in the form of panels from various metal materials (aluminum, steel, copper) or building materials (plasterboard, dry screed, clay). They can be installed in wet technology in traditional plaster or dry in the form of wall or ceiling buildings in brick or wooden buildings. Systems based on radiant panels are used in modern buildings to heat and cool indoors in order to ensure the best possible comfort and microclimate, while maintaining the highest energy efficiency.
The metal radiant panels represent a heating and cooling system dedicated to buildings intended for tertiary, commercial, hospital, school, exhibition use where the creation of an inspectable suspended ceiling is planned.
The reduced heat requirement of the new buildings allows to obtain even in heating the high degree of thermohygrometric comfort obtained from the cold radiant ceilings.
With the radiant ceiling, the air treatment system will be sized for reduced flow rates with clear advantages in terms of ducts dimensions, environmental wellness and energy savings.