OKLD
Metal climate ceiling with copper activation

The metal climate-ceiling system can be used in ceiling islands, a trapezium and/or a vaulted ceiling. Combinations with other ceiling types produce new options in terms of colour, material and cost aspects. Either way, we ensure that the required design is produced as a climate ceiling.

Metal climate ceilings with copper activation, OKLD, are often used in combination with integrated lighting and Solid Air diffusers (incl. the invisible clean diffuser CTVK).

There are also space-saving systems that are extremely suitable for tall buildings and renovation projects.

About 20 years ago, climate ceilings became popular in the Netherlands and these days they are part or the standard equipment for properly climate-controlled rooms. The characteristics of a metal climate ceiling, the OKLD are:

  • The OKLD has a large cooling and heating capacity
  • Low energy
  • Flexible in design
  • Favourable EPN, highest comfort class A in accordance with EN 7730

The metal climate ceiling with copper activation, OKLD, consists of a high-grade copper tube of 8mm diameter with internal 'sanco’ treatment as water-carrying element. This tube is clipped into an aluminium heat-transfer profile that is then glued in the metal or aluminium ceiling panel under increased pressure and temperature. This creates an optimum energy-transport system.

The cooling or heating capacity depends on the panel parameters, cooling water in the building and the ΔT in use.

Cooling capacity: 75 - 100 W/m2
Heating capacity: 100 - 175 W/m2

OKLD stands for:
O climate ceiling
K metal
L
D copper activation

Panel

Finish: powder coating
Thickness: 0.7 mm thick
Perforation: standard 16% passage

Suitable for various types of modular ceilings and Omega-profile ceilings.

Insulation blanket

Insulation thickness: variable
Insulation pressing: variable
material: flame-retardant black PE film
fire-safe: CE marked

Pipes

The OKLD activation pipes are made of copper (Cu) with dimensions of 8 x 0.6 mm.

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