Time-Saving Assembly and Secure Installation with BEKA Components for Radiant Heating and Cooling
Proven Technology and Logistics
For your installation, BEKA will supply the capillary tube mats or serpentine copper tubing in the project-specific quantities and dimensions, clearly specified and labelled. All you need to do is provide us with your specific material requirements from a parts list that – based on a detailed design – comes from the engineer’s office or was drawn up by you. After a supply time of about 3 weeks, BEKA will deliver your material to the construction site. The assembly of the BEKA components for radiant heating and cooling is time-saving and very simple. Conventional joining techniques such as thermal plastic welding, soldering, pressing or simple connectors are used for the installation. The volume and quality of all other pipe materials or connecting parts for the system which are not directly related to the BEKA components are listed in the bill of quantities and can be obtained as usual from your wholesaler.
BEKA System Components for Realising Radiant Heating and Cooling
Whether for plaster cooling ceilings, metal acoustic or plasterboard heating/cooling ceilings, wall heating or thin-bed underfloor heating, BEKA offers you the right system components from our own production for each of these technical tasks. Project-specific customisations of the modules in terms of the dimensions and execution are also possible. Stringent operational standards are maintained during the production of all our components to ensure top quality. The individual production steps are continuously controlled and a final test is carried out at the end of the production run. In terms of the scheduling, we will coordinate the dispatching of the goods with you before the forwarding company or parcel service accepts the goods from us. Reliability regarding product quality and binding delivery times are important to us. We want you to be able to carry out your project without delay and to high craftsmanship quality.
Advantages for Installation
- Project-specific production in unit numbers and dimensions
- Standard connection technology
- Short delivery time
The Installation of Cooling and Heating Surfaces is a Matter for Specialist Trade Contractors.
As a professional installer, you will be well versed in the technical workmanship required for installing systems within cooling and heating ceilings, wall heating systems or underfloor heating. Wherever the installation of the BEKA components requires a few special instructions, BEKA Support is at your side. Whether you are installing BEKA capillary tube mats, BEKA serpentine copper tubing or the BEKA single pipe technology, all variants have been tested for many years and are produced by BEKA to achieve easy installation. Illustrated technical information is available for the standard installation variants for cooling and heating ceilings, wall heating and underfloor heating systems. These instructions accord with the specifications from the manufacturers of other materials and building materials used in the construction. BEKA’s technical support will assist you with further questions related to installing BEKA capillary tube mats, BEKA serpentine copper tubing or the BEKA single pipe technology. We consider the installer to be our partner on the ground – there where the cooling and heating surface is installed.
Capillary tube mats are primarily used for plaster cooling and heating ceilings. The capillary tube mats are expediently fastened to the plaster ceiling with plaster pins. The plaster pins, which are actually designed to just hold the plaster in place, are also used here to support the capillary tube mats.
BEKA already bonds the capillary tube mats or serpentine copper tubing to the metal ceiling panels in the factory to achieve good thermal conduction. This shortens the assembly time on the building site.
Plasterboard ceilings are thermally activated with capillary tube mats, serpentine copper tubing or with the BEKA single pipe technology. The substructure for the plasterboard ceiling is constructed in accordance with standard dry-lining guidelines.
Thermal plastic welding of polypropylene pipes is simple and low in material costs. Connections in copper pipes are soft-soldered as standard or with press connections to save time. Almost no tools are required for installing plug-in connectors in the pipe systems. This modern type of connection technology is reliable and no less secure than other possibilities for connecting pipes.
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Every project has its own special requirements, which even the detailed information provided by our extensive website might not be able to cover. If you require particular details, profit calculations, cost estimates, etc, please let us briefly know what you need.