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The textile air distribution systems are designed for the specific distribution of air from air-conditioning, heating, cooling or filtration units into precise locations within a room or space. The air distribution is provided through fabric with perforated holes of various sizes which are placed in the fabric in a purposeful manner. Thus, very interesting technical effects may be achieved and solutions to very difficult requirements may be provided. The used textile fulfils the fire-safety, hygienic, durability and aesthetic requirements. In order to achieve the required air-flow speed, it is important to determine the number, size and direction of the perforated holes. Each job order is dimensioned and proposed as an original design based on the input conditions. The specially developed assembly material, which is included in the delivery, facilitates quick and easy installation or disassembly.
The correct diffuser shape and length are chosen based on the site of installation. The dimension is chosen based on the air flow. The incoming air temperature, suspension height and working sites' placement influence the direction and size of the perforated holes in the fabric. The advantages of textile diffusers are utilised to the maximum extent due to the experience and creative imagination of our technicians.
5 good reasons for textile air diffusers
Cost saving compared to sheet metal system may reach as much as 70%! Take the price of conventional diffusers, transport, installation, setting of the proper air flow, and cost of cleaning into consideration!
Having been washed, possibly with disinfectant, the distribution system is absolutely clean and bacteria-free! Such assurance can never be given with non-textile materials.
Installation and disassembly only take a fraction of time compared to conventional, heavy systems!
Layout of distribution openings is optional and so is their size. An inexhaustible number of air distribution methods can be achieved – beginning from draught-free diffusion up to targeted transfer over a long distance.
Various colour and shape combinations may satisfy the needs of an architect and the product then becomes a tasteful part of the building interior!