Floor Convectors

More comfort

The SiCo floor convectors SBQ and SBI offer energy-efficient and comfortable heating of offices, museums, public buildings, and salesrooms. The units are installed in raised floors, and are particularly effective for facilities with large-area glass façades.
 

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SBQ
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SBI
 

Temperature-controlled air is emitted upward from the floor convector, at an oblique angle in the direction of the windows. The warm or cold air therefore rises along the window front, in accordance with the Coanda effect. This phenomenon prevents descent of cold air in the winter, as well as heat accumulation on the inside of the façade during the summer. The air rising along the window is deflected inward at the ceiling, and flows throughout the room in the form of a recirculation zone.The effect: room air is uniformly temperature-controlled, and the low air velocity prevents draughts throughout areas occupied by persons.

The principle of dry cooling (the feed temperature of the cold water is approx. 16 °C) eliminates the need for condensation pans and pumps, and prevents any collection of moisture.
 

– Great room comfort as well as low consumption of resources
– Heating and cooling
– 4-line system
– Depth of 345 mm and a length of 1,250 mm (the outer dimensions of the cover)
– Integrated in the interior furnishings of buildings with large glazed area
– The cross-flow fan of the SBQ operates extremely quietly, with a total of 5 speeds.
– Ideally complements the SBQ mixed-air ventilation system
– The combination of the two units allows effective response to fluctuations in room-occupancy density and in supply-air requirements
– Installed in a raised floor at the façade of the building, and is connected to a central air-handling system
– It is not only the primary-air flow that is used for heating or cooling
– Both primary and secondary air are guided into the room (by induction). When this secondary air enters the convector, it flows through the heat exchanger before it mixes with the primary air and flows up the façade.
– 4-line systems