Induction Beam Advantages

Added Benefits

  • Drain Pan can handle latent conditions & provide liability control
  • Capable of sensible only & latent designs.
  • Never worry about condensation forming on the beams coil.
  • Cooling operates when needed and doesn't require a safety switch to turn off the chilled water unlike a conventional chilled beam.
  • Building can have multiple water loops with different water temperatures to handle specific area requirements.
  • Water temperatures down to 42 degrees.
  • Qualifies for LEED points
  • Quiet Systems
  • American Made

Lower Construction Costs

  • Less equipment & piping cost due to drain pan
  • Less ductwork required
  • Higher cooling and heating capacities = fewer units
    Fewer units = less copper piping & ductwork
  • Reduction in the size of the DOAS/AHU
  • Reduction in the size of the chiller/boiler
  • Smaller piping due to less GPM
  • No need for mixing valves or heat exchanger to keep water temperature above the dew point
  • Less controls and complication
  • Reduced Air handler cost - No need for custom DOAS units

Lower Maintenance Costs

  • No wiring
  • No fans
  • No compressors
  • No moving parts to fail 

Lower Operating Costs

  • Decreased energy consumption at the Air Handler.
  • Air Handler can provide minimum ventilation air because induction beam can use colder water temperatures than a chilled beam and provide higher cooling capacities.
  • Save 25-35% on HVAC costs versus VAV systems.
  • Less GPM = Less pump energy

Company News

Engineering Upgrade Announced

NuClimate Air Quality Systems, Inc is pleased to announce that it will be releasing new versions of its QLS (24" x 48") and Q1/Q1L (24" x 24") 1-way blow Chilled Beam unit during the 1st quarter of 2011.  This engineering upgrade will allow contractors to easily select left and right hand configurations to meet installtion demands.

Release of 2-Way Blow Induction Beam

NuClimate Air Quality Systems, Inc is pleased to announce that it will be releasing a 2-way blow Induction Beam unit during the 1st quarter of 2011. The unit will be available in two sizes 24" x 24" and 48" x 24". It will feature a fully functional drainpan in case latent conditioning is necessary. The unit will be available in 2 and 4 pipe configurations.

NuClimate announces Partnership with Carrier

June 1, 2012 NuClimate Air Quality Systems, Inc. is please to announce a new exclusive partnership with Carrier Air Conditioning for the OEM supply of its Chilled/Induction Beam line. Carrier's expertise and engineering tools will take this product to the next level! Stay tuned for more and check out our representative map for new representatives around the US and abroad.

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