Progettare un clima su misura con i tubi radianti INFRA
How to choose the INFRA Radiant tubes
The choice of height at which to install modules (H) is essentially linked to the height of the environment, taking account of obstacles, such as bridge cranes, lighting fixtures, shelving, piping, power cables, etc..
Once the installation height (H) has been identified, the tables below are used to establish the distance between centres of modules (I) and their distance (D) from the perimetric walls, depending on whether calculating total heating of the environment or heating of single specific work zones.
Verification of installed power which takes account of the true insulation specifications of the building and the activity performed by staff, can be implemented with the aid of the INFRA program, written specifically and available on diskette.
INFRA Radiant heating
A - Direct and indirect infrared radiation 50+50 =100
B - Direct infrared radiation =100
C - Direct infrared radiation 50+50 =100
D - Direct infrared radiation 30+70 =100
E - Direct infrared radiation 50 not sufficient