Selecting appropriate heating and cooling emitters for specific application to a building makes a vital contribution to both efficiency and the environmental comfort of the occupier. Good air quality, comfortable ambient temperatures, low noise levels and appropriate lighting has proven to enhance the performance of the people working within the building.

A major consideration when selecting heat emitters for a building must be the variable occupancy, building usage, buildings orientation and the possibility of having four seasons’ weather in one day, which is common in the UK climate.

These considerations are of particular importance in buildings with large glazed areas, where solar gains and losses are common.

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