Thermatile TENThe Thermatile TEN is specifically designed to be the perfect solution for up to 3.6 metre single panel requirements within a suspended T-bar ceiling. The fully re-designed product uses the industry’s latest D tube technology and 5.5mm composite panel to offer a highly efficient heat exchanger and the industry’s most rigid double skin fascia.

Available from Stock*, the new Thermatile TEN product will also changes the dynamic on lead times.
* Subject to available stock

 

 

 

Thermatile TEN radiant ceiling panels have no fixed sidewalls and a layer of high performance insulation across the whole upper surface, right up to the panel edges. This means that the amount of heat lost into the void is extremely small, with a high proportion of the heat output radiating into the room below.

The installation of Thermatile TEN radiant ceiling panels into plasterboard ceiling is achieved by securing the unit with an easy to install ceiling frame. This option can also be used for anti-ligature using suitable fixings and screws, a system that has been designed so that no additional access panels are required.

Thermatile TEN radiant panels can also be wall mounted. They can be positionedangled using a specially designed bracket which comes with a ball guard to stop items becoming lodged between the panel and wall.

The SPC Gripple radiant panel suspension kit will offer many benefits including quick and easy installation, easy adjustment and discreet wire ropes, as well as a 5:1 weight safety factor for peace of mind.

 

The SPC control kit allows for accurate control of radiant panels within a specified zone or area. Each kit comprises 1 off of each of the following items and includes a 5 year warranty as standard.

  • Belimo rotary actuator
  • Belimo zone valve
  • SPC dual sensing digital thermostat
  • SPC black bulb temperature sensor

 

Manufacturers who test their radiant panels will be able to supply you with a BS EN 14037 certificate from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, the only test chamber in Europe certified to conduct this testing. The test determines the output of a panel that is 3m long and 600mm wide, in a free-hanging or open ceiling position.

This requirement should form part of any specification as it ensure correct heat outputs are obtained. Manufacturers using the BS EN 442 radiator test output will be reporting an incorrect output figure

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Radiant heating systems can be used in a wide variety of environments which benefit from their quick response times and ability to evenly distribute heat.

SPC have developed Active BIM objects by linking them to their product selection programs which give project level data within the BIM objects.  This can then be inserted into your Revit model saving both time and effort when aiming to be BIM level 2 compliant.

To obtain Active BIM objects, you must contact SPC for a quote or technical submittal and request the Active BIM objects relating to those selections.  Email: neil.hudson@spc-hvac.co.uk for more information.