TurboSwing ventilated ceiling

The Jeven TurboSwing ventilated ceiling is designed for professional kitchens to provide them with a spacious outlook and a high quality indoor climate.
The TurboSwing ventilated ceiling is most suitable for institutional kitchens with limited grease producing equipment, such as central kitchens, schools, hospitals and army facilities. The air is supplied to the kitchen working area through low velocity units.
The air is exhausted through TurboSwing filters and fresh air is supplied to the kitchen working area through low velocity units.
The ventilated ceiling includes TurboSwing filters, light fixture units, stainless steel ceiling panels and low velocity units.

 

  • Functioning principle
  • Product code
  • Technical information

Functioning principle


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Impurities and heat that rise up are filtered by the TurboSwing filters. The embedded exhaustion area functions as a reservoir that simultaneously keeps air impurities away from the fresh air of the breathing zone. Low velocity units are placed outside of the exhaustion area. The low velocity units bring fresh air smoothly and draught-free to the breathing zone, where it combines with the convection flow.

Parts


  1. TurboSwing
  2. Damper
  3. Light fixture
  4. Light
  5. Supply air unit
  6. Ceiling panel
  7. Collar saddle
  8. Balancing damper
  9. Motor
  10. Motor connection box
  11. Motor cable
  12. Dome fixing
  13. Separation plate
  14. Airflow measuring tap
  15. Collection basin
  16. Tap
  17. Limit switch
  18. Signal light

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Peoduct code


All visible components are made of stainless steel, AISI 304.
Light fixtures are integrated into the ceiling IP 65 (2×36 W or 2×58 W).
Jeven ventilated ceiling product code


Dimensions

Supply air unit

Product Spigots  øD/mm  L/mm  width/mm 
Deco.L-S/T 1000×500 1 200 1000 500
Deco.L-S/T 2000×500 2 200 2000 500
Deco.L-T 1000×1000 1 250 1000 1000
 Deco.L-S/T 1500×1000 3 200 1500 1000
Deco.L-T 2000×1000 2 250 2000 1000
Deco.L-S 2000×1000 4 200 2000 1000

Exhaust air

Model ø/mm  Lenght/mm 
TurboSwing 315 500 53

Lighting

 T8 Versions Lamps  Power /W  L /mm 
 2 x 36-1500 2 36 1500
 2 x 58-2000 2 58 2000

Ceiling cassette

Lenght/ K / mm Width /mm
500-1500 500

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Exhaust air

 Recommended exhaust flow / spigot
 Spigot size  Exhaust flow   Pressure loss
 mm  l/s  m³/h  Pa
 ø315  -200  -720  60

TURBOSWING SEPARATION RATE


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PRESSURE LOSS AND SOUND DATA

TurboSwing 750 rpm

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Sound Power level, Lw

Sound power level Lw in each octave band is computed by adding the corresponding factor, Kok to the sound power level LpA.
Lw= LpA+Kok.

Factor, Kok

 Hz  125  250  500  1000  2000  4000
 Kok  7  -1  -5  -5  -7  -6
 tol.  ±3  ±3  ±2  ±2  ±3  ±4

Supply air

Deco.L- S/T – 1000 x 500

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Deco.L- S/T – 1000 x 1000

decoL10001000

Deco.L- S/T – 2000 x 500

decoL2000500

Deco.L- S/T – 2000 x 1000

decoL20001000

Deco.L- S/T – 1500 x 1000

decoL15001000

Sound power level, Lw

The sound power level (Lw) in each octave band is computed by adding the corresponding factor Kok to the sound pressure level (LpA),
Lw=LpA + Kok.

Table, Kok

Product  Hz     
  125 250 500 1000 2000 4000
Deco.L-1000×500 7 8 3  -6  -18  -19
Deco.L-2000×500  8  7  2  -5  -19  -19
 Deco.L-1000×1000  8  8  3  -6  -19  -20
 Deco.L-1500×1000  9  7  3  -5  -19  -19
 Deco.L-2000×1000  9  7  3  -5  -19  -19

Sound attenuation

The average sound attenuation ΔL (dB) includes an end reflection.

 Product  Hz     
   125  250  500  1000  2000  4000
 Deco.L- 1000×500  9  6  9  9  8  10
 Deco.L- 2000×500  6  5  6  8  7  8
 Deco.L- 1000×1000  6  5  7  8  7  8
 Deco.L- 1500×1000  6  5  7  9  7  9
 Deco.L- 2000×1000  6  5  10  10  8  10