Heated and chilled plasterboard ceiling.
The HEKDA profile is based on the form of a standard ceiling profile according to DIN and melts together with the substructure as a constructive element and is screwed to the plasterboard panel. The installation distances can be chosen variably depending on the size and type of panel. Consequently it can evade the ceiling fixtures and the inspection openings.
K40/10 Suspended ceilings
K40/115 Unit/ modular suspended ceiling system
GK HEKDA Heat conducting profile
GK HEKDA Pipe fret
Standard plasterboard building panels
Plasterboard panel high-compressed
Plasterboard panel with graphite share
Consult manufacturer and insert requirements.
Standard product features
Fire performance (BS EN 13501):
Dependent on level of perforation and acoustic inlay. Consult manufacturer.
The individual heated and chilled ceilings are connected in series (heating and cooling zones) until a pressure loss of approximately 25–30 kPa is achieved. The individual heating and cooling zones are connected parallel to the distribution pipe (regulation zone).
Heat conducting profile (HCP):
Aluminium extruded section according to DIN EN 12020, width 150 or 250 mm, length from 500–5000 mm.
Cu-pipe calibrated and shaped as a fret.
Six standard perforations available. Other perforations available on request. Consult manufacturer for perforation patterns.
Heating and cooling capacities:
Consult manufacturer for details.