PARAGON comfort modules
Paragon is a series comfort modules with a high capacity for installation in the ceiling or wall.
The Swegon PARAGON Comfort Module with cooling, heating and ventilation.
The PARAGON family is a series of comfort modules with a high capacity for installation in the ceiling or wall. The product is particularly popular in hotels and patient rooms with its compact dimensions and high performance.
- Waterborne climate module
- Cooling, heating and ventilation
- Low installation height
- High capacity
- Built-in control equipment
- Easy installation
- Closed unit
|Primary Airflow||0 – 180CFM|
|Pressure Range||0.08 – 0.8 in wg|
|Cooling Capacity||Up to 8200 Btuh*|
|Heating Capacity||Water: up to 10200 Btuh**|
|Lengths||31, 43, and 55 in|
Paragon Patient Rooms
PARAGON ensures an optimal climate in patient rooms and the best care patients recovery and recuperation.
PARAGON Comfort module ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay in the hotel and as a result returning hotel guests.
PARAGON has been developed for the purpose of creating an optimal indoor climate mainly in hotel rooms and hospital patient rooms. PARAGON Wall has been developed for creating a well-performing indoor climate in offices where technical installations are meant to be located in the rear edge of the room.
A strong focus has been directed on a high degree of comfort, low installation costs as well as low running costs. Since the Paragon is driven by a central air handling unit, there is no built-in fan that would otherwise generate sound and require servicing. Through patent-pending technology, the built-in coil is optimally utilized which provides high cooling/heating capacity while the air pressure and airflows are low. The optimal use of the coil also provides a design that minimizes the height of the unit. this makes Paragon d chilled beams possible to increase the ceiling height in a hotel room entrance to create more volume and brightness.
The PARAGON models are designed for dry systems, i.e. without condensation and therefore does not require any condensate drainage system or any filter. The minimum number of moving parts and lack of filter guarantees very little need for maintenance.
The PARAGON chilled beams operate according to the induction principle. A centrally located air handling unit distributes primary air via the duct system into the plenum of the unit and creates excess pressure. The plenum is equipped with a number of sliding strips that in turn contain a row of nozzles of various sizes. The excess pressure in the plenum forces the primary air through the nozzles at relatively high velocity. When the primary air is distributed at high velocity through the nozzles, negative pressure is created in the space above the built-in heat exchanger(coil). The negative pressure draws(induces) the room air up through the heat exchanger where the air is treated as required. Click here to learn more [chilled beam induction process].
Active chilled beams utilize the induction process to cause room air to pass through the chilled beam to heat and cool the air and create a comfortable environment.
The PARAGON model is designed to be installed in a bulkhead. It has bottom return air and horizontal front discharge. PARAGON cools, heats and ventilates to create an optimal indoor climate. The compact comfort module is primarily designed for hotels and hospitals but can also be installed in offices.
PARAGON provides high cooling/heating capacity through optimal utilization of its cooling/heating coil already while the air pressure and airflows are low. At the same time, the installation height of the product is kept at an absolute minimum which enables maximum room height in e.g. the entrance to a hotel room.
PARAGON Wall Model
The PARAGON Wall model is designed to be installed in wall with both supply and return air paths in the wall. For example, the PARAGON chilled beam is installed in the corridor, with the supply and return air connections through the wall in the adjacent room.
As the product uses the same grille for both the distribution of supplied air and the recirculation of the supply air, this makes a technical installation outside the relevant room possible, which gives several important advantages.
PARAGON Airflow and Capacity Control
The supply air discharged into rooms are advantageously distributed as straight as possible by allowing it to follow the ceiling, i.e. utilize the Coanda effect. This enables the air to reach all the way to the perimeter wall. If fan shape air distribution is desirable, this is simply achieved by means of the ADC (Anti Draught Control) feature, which is standard in PARAGON comfort modules. If vertical air distribution is desirable, this is achieved by setting the louvres of the outlet grille to slant upward or downward. You can also lock the angle setting of the outlet grille using an accessory that secures the louvres in fixed position.
PARAGON d with a new basic module with integrated damper and with stepless slot opening solution/nozzle control.
This adds increased value when it comes to room solutions in hotels, offices and patient rooms. Before during and after the construction process -i.e.. the customer is given a shortened installation time as she/he does not have to install a damper in front of the product, usually in tight spaces
Anti Draught Control (ADC)
Delivering a comfortable environment is more than just heating and cooling the space, it requires well distributed air. Swegon Anti Draught Control (ADC) helps change airflow patterns for the best comfort level.
The PARAGON comfort module is primarily designed for use in hotel, dormitory and hospital patient rooms. The bottom return works well with the beam is installed in a bulkhead either above the bathroom or over the entrance.
The Paragon Wall comfort module works well when the supply and return air paths must be in a common wall.
- Hotel Rooms
- Hospital Patient Rooms
- Office and conference rooms
PARAGON is available in 3 sizes that are well suited for hotel and patient room requirements. The air connection to the PARAGON beam air connection is centered for simplified logistics on the construction site and reduces the risk of incorrect installation during service and maintenance. The water connection side is optional on the right or left side and with a pipe kit accessory, it is possible to select the water connection on the backside.
The largest size can also be available as a suite variant with double air connection for larger rooms requiring larger airflow.
Air flow range:
Heating Capacity: Btuh*
|0-180||0.08-0.8||Up to 8200||Up to 10200||3412|
|31, 43 and 55 in||28||8|
Air flow range:
|Heating Capacity: Btuh*|
|0-180||0.08-0.8||Up to 8200||Up to 14583||3412|
|31, 43 and 55 in||28||11|
PARAGON d and PARAGON Wall installation
The PARAGON and PARAGON Wall are delivered with four mounting brackets designed for installation directly against the ceiling or installation suspended from the ceiling. The mounting brackets allow a certain amount of further adjustment after the comfort module/ceiling mounting brackets have been mounted as accurately as possible. This enables you to position the supply collar correctly in relation to the wall and the grille.
PARAGON will be supplied with ½” NPT connections at the coil. When hoses are supplied, building end connection can be ½” NPT or ½” compression fitting.
PARAGON units have a centered air connection.
If the supply air kit is included in the installation, connect the parts in the following order:
- PARAGON D or PARAGON Wall comfort module
- Sound attenuator, CLA and sleeve
The work of building the soffit around the terminal can begin when the PARAGON has been completely installed. PARAGON is adapted so that load-bearing T-bar systems in combination with mineral wool slabs or the like could be used to build the soffit. Plasterboard also works well.
Extract air kit CAV containing manual commissioning damper, control valve EC and sound attenuator, d=125 mm
Extract air kit CAV containing motorized damper 2-10 V, control valve EXC and sound attenuator, d=125 mm