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CEN - EN 14037-1

Free hanging heating and cooling surfaces for water with a temperature below 120°C - Part 1: Pre-fabricated ceiling mounted radiant panels for space heating - Technical specifications and requirements

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 September 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 36
ICS Code (Ventilation and air-conditioning systems): 91.140.30
ICS Code (Central heating systems): 91.140.10
scope:

This European Standard defines technical specifications and requirements of free hanging pre-fabricated ceiling mounted radiant panels with an air gap between construction and the emitter (not embedded) fed with water at temperatures below 120 °C connected with a centralized heating supply source intended to be installed in buildings.

The panels should be installed with an upper insulation.

The European Standard does not apply to independent heating devices.

The European Standard also defines the additional common data that the manufacturer has to provide to the trade in order to ensure the correct application of the products.

This European standard does not cover the performance of hanging accessories.

Document History

EN 14037-1
September 1, 2016
Free hanging heating and cooling surfaces for water with a temperature below 120°C - Part 1: Pre-fabricated ceiling mounted radiant panels for space heating - Technical specifications and requirements
This European Standard defines technical specifications and requirements of free hanging pre-fabricated ceiling mounted radiant panels with an air gap between construction and the emitter (not...
April 1, 2003
Ceiling mounted radiant panels supplied with water at temperature below 120 °C - Part 1: Technical specifications and requirements
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