ItuString Radiant Ceiling System
Energy Savings of up to 40 Per Cent
ItuString radiant ceiling system is an economical solution in terms of both investment and running costs. Radiant ceiling panels heat surfaces and not the air itself. The thermal radiation in the room feels comfortable on the skin, even if the actual air temperature is lower. This allows for optimal conditions with lower temperatures and increased energy savings. In large industrial halls and other production facilities, for example, radiant heating can produce up to 40 per cent energy savings compared to conventional fan convector or radiator systems.
ItuString panels are manufactured from 100% recyclable materials and tested by an accredited testing laboratory in accordance with the EN14037 standard. ItuString panels have an M1 fire rating and CE marking.
- Top-grade indoor air conditions: draft-, dust- and noise-free, even heat distribution
- Ready-made low-energy solution
- Compatible with all energy sources
- Suitable for cooling
- Meets strict hygiene requirements
- Long lasting and maintenance-free system
- Easy to install
- Designed and manufactured to the highest quality standards
Hygienic and maintenance-free
The ItuString radiant ceiling system meets strict hygiene requirements and saves on cleaning costs, as the system does not transport dust in the air, and the panel system has no surplus dust-collecting surfaces. The ItuString ceiling panel does not require any maintenance. The fully galvanised structure and factory-painted surface make the ceiling panel corrosion-resistant and very long lasting.
Hassle-free installations on all sites
The ItuString ceiling panels’s modular structure enables installations on all sites, and its light weight makes installation easy. One person can install the entire system unassisted. By connecting ceiling panels with crimp connections, it is possible to string together panels over distances of 50 metres or more.
The ItuString system can also be implemented energy-efficiently to heat a limited area without heating up the surrounding air. In open cold rooms or other areas where it would not be appropriate to heat the entire space, panels can be used to manage the temperature of the area effectively. The same principle can also be used to implement cooling.