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1. WO1983003111 - AGENCEMENT D'ELIMINATION DE SURFACES DE RAYONNEMENT FROID SUR DES MURS, PLAFONDS OU PLANCHERS, DISPOSE DANS DES CLOISONS INTERIEURES

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CLAIMS

1. An arrangement in interior panels or the like having a rearwardly lying space through which heated air is arranged to flow, to eliminate the radiation of cold from the interior panel, said panel forming a room surface, such as a wall surface, floor surface and/or ceiling surface in a building, characterized in that the space (4, 5) is confined and is divided into at least two thin air cavities (4, 5) by means of an intermediate plate C3) which extends parallel to the interior panel (2) and which comprises a material
having good heat-insulating properties, in which
cavities (4, 5) the heated air is arranged to circulate forwardly over the air cavity (4) adjoining the interior panel (2), around the edge of the intermediate plate (3) and back through the other air cavity (5), and then back to the beginning of the air cavity (4) adjoining said interior panel (2), and in that means (9) are arranged for heating the air upon entry to the air cavity adjoining said interior panel (2), to a temperature of at most some few degrees above the intended room temperature.
2. An arrangement according to Claim 1, characterized in that the confined cavity (4, 5) is ventilated to the ambient air, by means of one or more fine passages (11).

3. An arrangement accordi ng to Claim 1 or Claim 2, characterized by means (10) for guiding the circulation air in a manner such that subsequent to the passage of the heated air over the whole of the air cavity (4) adjoining the interior panel (2), the air temperature is substantially equal to the intended room temperature.
4. An arrangement according to any one of Claims 1 -3, characterized in that one or more of the surfaces facing the air cavities (4, 5; 21, 22) reflect radiation.