Ceiling textile perforated Tex-Ceiling diffusers entail an innovative product whose main purpose is to comfortably distribute conditioned air throughout offices and facilities designed for public use with suspension ceilings. This product is unmatched on our market. One of its distinguishing features is air distribution in four directions by way of diffusion. This helps avoid the so-called “cold shower” effect. An undoubted advantage is also the ability for ceiling diffusers to be stylized in different colors and materials. These devices are very easy to assemble and are installed on a suspension ceiling rather than standard ceiling panels. Fabric ceiling diffusers can also be a good replacement for traditional ceiling grids.
TEXAIRTube provides you a way to efficiently manage and control the distribution of air flow across large areas.
- Highly efficient and inexpensive air distribution for heating and cooling
- The strategically situated openings in the pipe receive constant air flow It's produced in 3 modifications.
- Air distribution in any venue
TEXAIRTube provides a way for only one ventilator to be used for air distribution even across large areas. This helps maintain an optimal air temperature across the entire area of the facility, ensuring the most comfortable possible conditions for the people inside.
TEXAIRTube fabric destratificators are an economic solution for mixing layers of air, even during cold periods, keeping the air in a still state. TEXAIRTube helps mix warm air from the ceiling to the flow, equally across the entire volume of the facility.
For cold periods, TEXAIRTubes are issued in a vertical format. Taking into account the size of the work zone, the layout of the floor, as well as other parameters, our engineers will help you select a system that meets your demands to create a microclimate within your facility.
Slightly combustible air ducts for the food industry
Food industry enterprises hold the equipment and materials they use to particularly rigid standards. This not only pertains to the materials contracted with the products but also even the auxiliary systems that enable the ventilation to go on. One of such requirements is the flammability group.
Until recently, in order to keep up with demand, many European producers used to use a glass fiber material with a polyurethane coating in the production of air ducts, which corresponded to the G1 flammability group. But unfortunately the material came with some glaring flaws: it was less resistant to dynamic loads (low wear-resistance), it featured particle entrainment by the glass fiber in the air duct into the facility (despite the double-sided coating), and couldn’t be processed or be placed into a washing machine. The second and third points are unacceptable for food industry enterprises.
With the advent the TEXAIR StiF material, these problems are now a thing of the past. This 100% polyether fiber material is free of the flaws inherent in glass fiber. It can be washed in a washing machine, lacks particle entrainment (suitable for clean facilities), features zero air permeability, and comes with a smooth inner surface.
Its G1 certificate confirms the flammability tests.
The material also has a certificate for use in food industry enterprises.
Insulated air ducts are mainly used for transition segments where air of a certain temperature must be supplied into the emission area, keeping in account the loss of heat energy along the air duct’s entire length. Such a system provides a means to minimize changes in temperature along the air duct. A synthetic nonflammable material is used for insulation, which is located between the external and internal fabric layer. Also, air ducts such of these do a wonderful job of insulating sound.
The primary purpose of the pressure regulator is to reduce the static pressure in the air sock. It is comprised by a cylindrically shaped element manufactured out of fabric. One of its segments features diameter regulation. Thus, in the fully open position, this element does not create any additional resistance against air flow. Changing the diameter of the passage opening provides a means to reduce the static pressure both in the system and in individual segments of it. Such devices help adapt the textile diffusers system even more to practically any facility.