BLife2021-07-27T12:23:59+02:00

Project Description

BLIFE

BLife® system takes advantage on the ability of ceiling and walls to exchange heat and cool by effect of radiance, ensuring a homogeneous distribution of temperature without the presence of annoying air draughts.
BLife® can be used to heat and cool any kind of environment:

houses, villas, schools, exhibition, spaces, offices, banks, hotels, restaurants, bar, commercial areas and hospitals;

this system can be installed both in new panel avoids heat losses and the aluminium thermalconductor foils diffuse the heat
homogeneously on the entire surface.

The water coming from the boiler/chiller/HP is distributed to the active panels through the manifolds and the supplied piping inside the false ceiling.
Respect to traditional air heating and cooling systems, BLife® can be appreciated for its high comfort level and energyeconomic
savings. BLife® consists of an innovative gypsum false ceiling composed of active sandwich panels with internal piping. The heated or
cooled water inside the piping affects the surface of the panel diffusing or removing the heat from the room.

SILENT

No noise in the room to promote relax.

COMFORTABLE

Optimal temperature and humidity.

INVISIBLE

Minimal aesthetics since the machinary is not visible in any space

HEALTHY

Absence of air draughts

STRENGHTS

COMFORT
Optimal temperature and humidity.

NOISELESSNESS
Low noise in the working place.

SAVINGS
Fuel savings in system operation.

HEALTHFULNESS
No air movement. Clean and healthful rooms.

COMFORT
Comfortable temperature with-out thermal gradient.No heating equipment located on the floor or on the walls.

Technical specifications

APPLICATION

ABITATIVE
HOSPITALITY

CATEGORY

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