Chilled Beams: Can they work in U.S. hospital patient rooms?


Chilled beams are a type of convection HVAC system designed to heat or cool large buildings. They have been employed successfully in Europe for more than 20 years, but in the United States their use is limited. Within the past few years, however, interest in using chilled beams has grown, fueled by the technology’s energy-saving potential, ease of use, and minimal space requirements.

Read more in the Summer 2013 edition of Inside ASHE by clicking the DOWNLOAD link.

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