Radiant-heating panels

Published:  14 August, 2005

heating panel
Effective radiant heating in a suspended ceiling is provided by Solray’s Trident panels.

The Trident modular radiating-heating panel from Solray is designed to fit into standard 600 mm ceiling grids. It can be specified in short or long runs in buildings such as hospitals, schools and offices. The heat source is hot water, and these panels provide heating without occupying wall space.

Installation features include a 60 mm raised-edge profile so that the panels are easy to position and install within T-bar ceilings. The use of Trident panels reduces installation costs, as they minimise pipework runs, controls and associated maintenance compared to radiators and other types of heating.



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