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ISO 18566-1

Building environment design - Design, test methods and control of hydronic radiant heating and cooling panel systems - Part 1: Vocabulary, symbols, technical specifications and requirements

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 June 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 34
ICS Code (Buildings in general): 91.040.01
scope:

This document specifies the design, test conditions and methods for the determination of the cooling and heating capacity and control of radiant heating and cooling panels with an open air gap. This document applies to all types of prefabricated radiant panels that are part of the room periphery such as ceiling, walls and floor.

This document is applicable to water-based heating and cooling panel systems (free hanging) in residential, commercial and industrial buildings. The methods apply to systems mounted to the wall, floor or ceiling construction with an open air gap.

This document does not cover panels embedded into ceiling, wall or floor structures and hybrid (combined thermal radiation and forced-convection) ceiling panels.

This document specifies the definition, symbols, comfort criteria, technical specifications and requirements of ceiling mounted radiant panels.

Document History

ISO 18566-1
June 1, 2017
Building environment design - Design, test methods and control of hydronic radiant heating and cooling panel systems - Part 1: Vocabulary, symbols, technical specifications and requirements
This document specifies the design, test conditions and methods for the determination of the cooling and heating capacity and control of radiant heating and cooling panels with an open air gap. This...

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