The Latvian TEXAIR Company has been working worldwide in the HVAC sector (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) and producing textile air ducts (air socks) for air distribution since 2015. We cooperate with design teams across Europe, the US, Asia and Latin American countries, as well as installation companies for all-round customer service. From our part we guarantee full technical support for the calculations and operation of the textile air distribution systems. Our engineers conduct the entire spectrum of TEXAIR ducts matching works.

Textile ventilation

TEXAIR air ducts advantages

Textile air ducts application

Food industry
In the food industry, the primary requirements stated for the ventilation system fall under sanitary and hygienic requirements. For this reason, the ventilation systems must be easy to clean. The air socks satisfy this requirement with ease, since they can be cleaned in washing machines. The use of antibacterial fabrics helps avoid the spread of germs on the walls of the ducts.
Warehouses
Warehouses are usually distinguished from other facilities by their large areas and high ceilings. Air heating is currently one of the most efficient solutions for such a type of facility. Meanwhile, nothing can achieve this objective better than air ducts. They allow for air to travel at the necessary speed throughout the work area in spite of the great height at which they are installed. Even air distribution ensures a constant temperature, which is a necessary condition for storing various types of products.
Sport facilities
A particular feature of ventilation in sports facilities is that such halls are often used for sessions of intense workouts which may be categorized as heavy-duty physical exertion. This, in turn, calls for a particular approach to the ventilation systems’ design. Air socks allow for the necessary mobility in the air that is desirable in facilities used for health and exercise as well as an even distribution of air all around the sports hall, ensuring that any no flow areas are missed.
The greenhouse business
Today, the development of the greenhouse business is undergoing a new growth phase. This is not only facilitating constant demand for fresh fruits and vegetables, but also the advent of new technology for the construction of similar facilities and solutions for creating a microclimate in greenhouse facilities. One such novelty is the use of air socks in air heating systems for greenhouses. Ducts are usually stored in the lower section of greenhouses in order to ensure that as much heat as possible is transferred to the plants. Air socks can also be used for an even supply of carbon dioxide to feed the crops.
Office facilities
Air socks, unlike metallic ducts, feature a much greater variety of color and shape, which allows them to be used in office facilities where requirements for their appearance are often of the utmost importance. The nature of air ducts’ material allows for various images to be printed on them. With the use of TEXAIR's air ducts, even the ventilation system may feature the corporate color and the customer's company logo.
Cooler rooms
The cooling of products at food production sites is a crucial part of the production process. Most commonly, products are cooled following pre-packaging or heat processing. As a rule, cooler rooms used for storing food products are compact, but are filled up will a large amount of products, so in order to ensure that the cold air is distributed evenly throughout the cooler room, companies often choose to use air ducts. This solution helps ensure even cooling or freezing for products, no matter how far away they are set from the air cooler.
Malls
One of the main requirements stated in regards to malls are the high fire-safety requirements they have. For this purpose, TEXAIR Company offers materials made from a material resistant to burning. The ducts may be manufactured out of different colors of materials, which is an unmistakable advantage they present over traditional systems. Meanwhile, the ability to distribute air all throughout zones will come in handy at such venues, for instance, as grocery cooling sections.
Production
TEXAIR fabric ducts are also used at various industrial production sites, each of which entailing its own unique characteristics. There are large heat flows present at many companies, related to technological processes. The use of air socks allows for additional air flows to be directed into these zones to compensate for the heat flows; meanwhile, the TEXAIR-S unified tool helps calculate them precisely.
Flower storage
Anyone who is running a flower business has the necessity to store his or her flowers, which means that he or she will need a cooler room. It provides flowers the ability to reside under the conditions that are most comfortable for them to survive. However, simply their storage alone in a cooler room does not ensure that they will remain well-preserved, since a strong flow of cool air may cause the plants to become overdried. Air socks help to distribute cool air flow equally and at a low speed throughout the room, which ensures as comfortable conditions as possible for flower storage and helps them retain their appearance for a long time.
Ice arenas
Ice arenas are the areas where a lot of people spend some nervious moments, being as a sportsmen or public. So they needs to have enough quality air for feeling good. From the different points of view, textile air socks are the best solution for this purpose.