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What is Underfloor Air Conditioning?

Underfloor air conditioning (UfAC) makes use of the space beneath a raised access floor for the distribution of air, eliminating most ducting and pipework.

Zonal downflow units, or “CAM” generate conditioned air which is delivered into the supply plena. Fan terminal units, or “Fantiles” supply the conditioned air into the workspace. Systems can be designed to receive spent air either at floor level (CAM-C system), or at high/ceiling level (CAM-V system).

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