Fabric Ducts TEXAIR

Design, production and sales of fabric air ducts. Prices are up to 30% below market prices.

  • — Nonflammable. Safety category G1 and B1.
  • — Temperature range from -50°C to 380°C.
  • — Chemical and corrosion resistant.
  • — Antistatic, antibacterial fabric.
  • — All shapes and colours. Printed on fabric.
  • — Duct diameter from 160 to 2000 mm.
  • — Segment length up to 200 meters.

The advantages of TEXAIR

Own production facilities
Own production
facilities
4 production facilities in Europe More than 80 employees staff
European quality
European
quality
High-tech equipment and the best textiles from Europe
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Same day cost calculation for fabric ventilation
Worldwide delivery
Worldwide
delivery
Selecting the best delivery method based on price/timing

Features of textile ducting production

The use of cutting-edge production technology combined with our extensive experience operating in the HVAC sphere (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) has provided us a means to manufacture high-quality products. We also are constantly striving to improve our textile duct systems and integrate ever newer front-running technical solutions into our manufacturing process.

With a laboratory equipped with high-precision control equipment at our disposal, we are studying the distribution of air flow under various conditions and modes of air distributor operation.

Meanwhile, particular characteristics of materials are taken into account, such as air flow placement, means of air distribution, air flow remoteness, temperature difference, and other parameters. Based on the calculations we've obtained, we design the optimal air duct system for the customer that will allow us to achieve the air exchange system that the facilities require. As a result of these air socks, TEXAIR achieves a unified air distribution system.

TEXAIR's employees
Head of the sewing department
Laser machine
Delivery of air ducts
TEXAIR's employees
Head of the sewing department
Laser machine
Delivery of air ducts

What is fabric ventilation

Fabric Ducting is the most technologically advanced and efficient ventilation solution available today. The innovative fabric air ducts has been developed based on extensive experience with all other previous types of ducting (metal, plastic), with an impressive list of economical and functional advantages.

There is no doubt that textile ducting has come to dominate the ventilation market, gradually supplanting the more conservative alternatives.

So nowadays the task of creating new ventilation systems from scratch cannot go without the design of textile air ducts as one of the key elements of the design solution.

The incredibly wide range of options available for textile ducts allows them to fit perfectly into absolutely any project.

Advantages of TEXAIR fabric air Ducts

Nonflammable
Nonflammable
Chemical and corrosion resistant
Chemical and corrosion resistant
Neutral to magnetic and electric fields
Neutral to magnetic and electric fields
>broad temperature range: From -50°C to 380°C
broad temperature range: From -50°C to 380°C
Antibacterial properties
Antibacterial properties
Lengthy service life: 10 years or more
Lengthy service life: 10 years or more
Light-weight
Light-weight
Installation flexibility
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Installation flexibility
Convenient assembly: dissassembly and ease of installation
Convenient assembly: dissassembly and ease of installation
Easy-to-repair
Easy-to-repair
Low-cost
Low-cost
Compatible
Compatible
Balance
Balance
Environment-friendly
Environment-friendly
Hygiene
Hygiene
Aesthetics
Aesthetics
Textile air ducts do not burn

The company places a particular emphasis on the development and integration of new types of fabrics with different properties. For instance, elastic, fire-proof material with a special silicon covering withstands the influence of temperatures of up to 380°C and may be used in ducts in facilities with special requirements. In this regard, the characteristics of this material exceed the essential requirements for the materials pertaining to the fire-safety category G1 and B1, thus the ducts negate any need for the customer to conduct any additional fire-safety protection measures.

Fabric ductwork - ideal for corrosive environments

In the manufacture of its air socks, TEXAIR uses materials that are chemically resistant and non-reactive to the majority of components floating around in the air. Meanwhile, for use in aggressive environments or at enterprises whose equipment calls for high requirements in the materials, TEXAIR uses special fabrics. For instance, material made of out of 100% polyester with no admixtures or additives exhibits sufficient resistance to such substances as synthetic hydrochloric acid, chemically pure sulfuric acid, and ammonium chloride , which allows it to be used for ventilation systems in facilities for microcircuitry production. The features of our products also allow material to be manufactured for ducts or a special coating to be applied on them with a particular combination of properties. In this way, companies may receive a customized material that best handles the aggressive environment that they operate under. This offers the customer a system of specially tailored ducts for each unique type of facility without having to depend on the standard solutions that the market imposes.

Fabric ducting is magnetically and electrically neutral

One of the characteristics of antistatic fabric is the pressure from an electrostatic charge that is created as a result of friction from air particles. Since the duct materials are primarily dielectric, fabrics are used which are made out of carboniferous thread in order to remove the static charge from the duct. This allows the customer to use such ducts in facilities where additional requirements are necessary to protect against explosions.

Textile ventilation systems have a wide temperature range: from -50°C to +380°C

TEXAIR Company has materials at its disposal with a broad range of consumer properties. Since the conditions under which the fabric ducts may be used vary greatly, each type of fabric used features its own temperature range. This allows customers to choose the most suitable solution for their facility, rather than overpaying for a universal option.

Fabric ventilation systems have antibacterial properties

The antibacterial effect was achieved by way of adding special properties to the fabric by including special threads within the material (bacteriostatic or antibacterial). The content of threads with antibacterial properties is somewhere between 5 and 99% of the entire volume of the fabric and may feature such components as triclosan, pure silver or silver ions, silver zeolites (silver with a non-organic ceramic base), copper oxides, and non-organic bonds of silver and zinc. The use of such materials provides a means to extend the life cycle of the fabric diffuser during intervals between operations.

Fabric ducts have a long service life: 10 years and more

The fabric ducts are produced out of certified materials characterized by a high level of durability and wear-resistance. The ducts can handle a large number of washing cycles in a washing machine. If the rules of use are properly observed, the service life of the air socks will exceed 10 years. Meanwhile, considering the fact that people clean traditional systems, due to the expenses, as seldom as possible, air socks are the most preferable option from an operation perspective as well.

Textile air ducts are lightweight

Any segment in TEXAIR's ducts can be easily replaced. This is thanks to its simple zipper fastening connection mechanism. If suddenly for any reason one has the need to switch a segment of the duct, this can be easily done by the customer on his or her one without having to call in a representative of an installation organization.

Flexibility in installing the ventilation system

TEXAIR presents a wide selection of various standard sizes and geometrical shapes of ducts. For instance, for facilities with low ceilings we recommend using semi-circular-shaped ducts; meanwhile, for ceilings on which no systems can possibly be placed, we recommend them in the form of a segment or a sector. Such a variety offers the chance to select the most convenient, lowest-cost shape option and duct placement, regardless of the particular features of the facility.

Easy installation and removal of fabric ducting

One of the main advantages with textile air socks is their ease of assembly. In this regard, customers can save as much as up to 90% in expenses compared to dealing with traditional metallic systems. And keeping in mind that any ventilation system must be services and periodically cleaned, the ease of its disassembly and subsequent installation gives fabric ducts an unmistakable advantage over its zinc-coated counterparts.

Excellent maintainability of fabric ducting

Any segment in TEXAIR's ducts can be easily replaced. This is thanks to its simple zipper fastening connection mechanism. If suddenly for any reason one has the need to switch a segment of the duct, this can be easily done by the customer on his or her one without having to call in a representative of an installation organization.

Low prices for fabric ductwork

TEXAIR air ducts provide for efficient distribution of air without any additional, expensive distribution devices. Furthermore, such ducts allow customers to cut back on their budget substantially thanks to the simplicity of installation as well as the lower cost of the materials and components compared to the zinc-coated ducts. When folded up and packaged their overall dimensions are far less, resulting in lower logistics expenses. Textile air ducts do not require many elements that traditionally systems call for, in particular: air distribution elements (diffusers, anemostats, grids, etc.), mufflers, numerous attachments and connecting parts, and fixtures.

100% compatibility of textile ventilation with metal ventilation

The ducts are easily connected with metallic ducts into a unified, combined system. For assembly onto the supply line, a connecting component is provided for on the duct which can be used to connect a textile system to the end of any shape or configuration. This is very convenient since it doesn't require the manufacture of any specially shaped elements on the customer’s part.

Air balance in the ventilation system

The ducts do not require any additional measures to return a balance as a result of the air flow. The customer is delivered a fully prepared, balanced system in terms of the air distribution system’s air flow and pressure. For this reason, the customer will no longer have the need to subsequently readapt the system following installation.

Eco-friendliness of fabrics

The ducts feature a smooth inner surface designed to minimize losses due to air friction against the wall, which impedes the deposit of contaminations during use. The materials used in production feature a hygiene certificate, are tested, and have been approved; they do not cause any allergic reactions and are thus completely safe and suitable for use in various facilities. This allows air socks’ use to continue to expand in such fields where previously metallic ducts were used by default.

Hygienic fabric ventilation system

The air socks can be operated with faster air speeds than metallic ducts and feature a smooth inner surface. For this reason, the TEXAIR ducts do not accumulate a dust layer in the course of their operation. The entire system, including all its passages and turns, are manufactured out of fabric, so it can undergo cleaning and washing with no restriction in a washing machine. As a result, the amount customers will be able to save on subsequent servicing is also an unmistakable advantage that fabric ducts have.

The aesthetics of fabric ventilation

The air ducts are capable of accentuating and adding variety to the design of an interior. This is yet another benefit that TEXAIR brings to the table. Depending on the customer’s interior, we can offer the choice of various construction styles and a broad color range. Furthermore, ducts with a neon lighting and their one-of-a-kind of appearance could add to your facility a touch of exclusivity. This designer solution will undoubtedly attract a greater level of attention to your facility among visitors.

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Textile air ducts application

Food industry
Cooler rooms
Warehouses
Malls
Sport facilities
Production
The greenhouse business
Flower storage
Office facilities
Ice arenas
Fabric ducting for food processing plants
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.
Fabric ducting for cooling chambers
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.
Fabric ducting for storage facilities
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.
Fabric ducting for shopping centres and shops
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.
Textile ducting for gyms and fitness clubs
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.
Fabric ducting for production plants and workshops
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.
Fabric ducting for greenhouses
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.
Fabric ducting for flower storage rooms
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.
Fabric ducting for offices and business centres
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.
Fabric ducting for ice arena
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.
Fabric ducting for food processing plants
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.
All applications

Stages of a fabric ventilation system project

1
Incoming request
Design, selection and calculation of fabric ducts based on initial data or terms of reference
Technical & commercial offer
Approval of the developed engineering solution for textile ventilation
2
3
Manufacturing
Fabric ducting sewn according to approved working drawings within 1-5 days
Shipping
Quality control of finished products and free delivery to the transport company's branch in Riga
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5
Mounting
Fabric ducting is assembled and installed by the customer himself on site, according to the supplied instructions

Implemented fabric ventilation projects

More than 200 completed projects in 40 countries. Our clients include: Coca-Cola, Nestle, Danone, Amazon, Unilever, Heineken, Henkel.
Fabric ventilation for meat factory
Gavrilovic Meat Factory, 2021
TEXAIR air ducts from antibacterial fabric are installed in the meat production workshops of the legendary Croatian brand Gavrilovic.
Fabric ventilation for cheese factory
Sernur Cheese Factory, 2021
Plenum and exhaust air ducts for one of the leading producers of the Republic of Mari El, which makes a wide range of the dairy products.
Fabric ventilation for confectionery packaging workshop
GOODVEN, 2020
TEXAIR has implemented an air distribution system at the confectionery packaging workshop.
Fabric ventilation for confectionary production
VkusVill, 2020
Delivery of air ducts for the confectionary production of the famous Vkusville brand, which produces all-natural food products of the highest quality.
Fabric ventilation for milk workshop
"Danone", 2019
TEXAIR has implemented a cold air distribution system at the milk production plant.
Fabric ventilation for milk factory
Smolensky Milk Factory ROSA, 2019
Smolensky Milk Factory ROSA, cheese ripening rooms, in order to achieve complete air distribution coverage we have used halfround air ducts.
Fabric ventilation for a food manufacturer
Produkty ot Palycha, 2019
Textile supply and exhaust air distribution system for the food production.
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Why are we chosen as a fabric ventilation manufacturer?

TEXAIR textile air ducts offer an absolute variety of options with the highest quality products and the fastest possible calculation and fabrication times.

How to choose a fabric duct

Choosing the fabric air duct shape

Air socks can come in different geometric shapes, such as a circle, a semi-circle, a segment, as well as a triangular or rectangular cross section. This offers a means for them to be used in a variety of facilities, since their shape allows the ducts to be adapted to any of the customer’s requirements.

Circular shape ducts
Circular shape ducts are used in the case that there are no limitations as to the height of the suspension away from the floor/ceiling. The diameter of the duct in this case will be as small as possible for such an air flow.
Semi-circular shaped ducts are used, as a rule, in facilities with low ceilings. In this case, we can augment the distance from the duct to the work area, which has a positive effect on the air's distribution. Also, an option in this instance is the use of segment-shaped ducts.
Semi-circular shaped ducts
Quarter-shaped air ducts
Quarter-shaped air ducts find use in offices, conference halls, production facilities, and other types of facilities where ventilation for various reasons cannot be situated at the center of the facility, but rather much be placed along the walls.
Rectangular-shaped air ducts are usually used for exhaust. Their shape is supported by an aluminum shape frame.
Rectangular-shaped air ducts

Material selection for textile duct

Proper selection of the duct’s materials requires data on the purpose of the system (for heating, ventilation, conditioning), the temperature of the air to be supplied, the type of facility, as well as whether any special conditions exist that must be taken into account (high temperature, moisture, clean facility, aggressive environment, etc.). High-quality materials are used for production with foundations and coating of various types (polyester, glass fiber, polyurethane, silicon, etc.). This provides a means to manufacture ducts suitable for operation at any facility, regardless of the specific factors present there or the complexity.

TEXAIR's system of round and semi-circular ducts are made of air permeable fabric, perfect for climate control systems used for cooling. A distinguishing characteristic of TEXAIR's air permeable fabric is the constant air permeability value of its fabric under a certain pressure. The air permeability of the fabrics allows the air to be distributed at a low temperature without the risk of condensation formation. TEXAIR's ducts are equally efficient with the use of large and small volumes of supplied air – air distribution is accounted for individually in each facility. Depending on the required climatic conditions, TEXAIR experts select one of eight types of fabric for the customer’s particular objectives.

TEXAIR's ducts are produced out of air-impermeable fabrics as well. The air supply occurs through calibrated perforation along the entire duct, which allows it to be used both in ordinary and very high facilities.

The scheme programs developed by TEXAIR engineers allows for the necessary perforation angle, size, and number of holes to be calculated for each duct segment. This allows for precise air distribution to be achieved in facilities. Depending on what one’s needs are, one can use materials with various additional characteristics – augmented durability, fireproofness, chemical resistance, etc. These air socks are supplied with in a broad color range as well.

Distribution of heat energy with continuous air flow

Types of fabrics Fabric contents Air permeability Quantity of colors Fabric weight G1 flammability certificate Water resistance
TEX-Sti 100% polyester + polyurethane coating No 11 230 g/m²
>2000 mm
TEX-Stp 100% polyester No 11 230 g/m²
>2000 mm
TEX-StiF 100% polyester + internal polyurethane coating No 1 290 g/m² Yes >2000 mm
TEX-StpF 100% polyester Yes 1 280 g/m² Yes
TEX-Lti 100% polyamide / polyester + internal polyurethane coating No 11 105 g/m²
>1000 mm
TEX-Ltp 100% polyamide / polyester Yes 11 105 г/м2

TEX-StAb 100% polyester No 1 230 g/m²
>2000 mm
TEX-Fsi 100% glass fiber + double-sided silicon coating No 2 570 g/m² Yes >3000 mm
TEX-Fpu Glass fiber + double-sided polyurethane coating No 2 510 g/m² Yes >3000 mm
  • TEX-Sti: TEXAIR Standart Impermeable
  • TEX-Stp: TEXAIR Standart Permeable
  • TEX-StpF: TEXAIR Standart Permeable Fireproofl
  • TEX-Lti: TEXAIR light Impermeable
  • TEX-Ltp (Light Permeable): light air permeable polyester 100%
  • TEX-Lti-RS (Light lmpermeaЫe Rip-Stop): ultralight reinforced air impermeaЫe polyester 100%
  • TEX-StAb: TEXAIR Standart Antibacterial
  • TEX-Fpu: TEXAIR Fiber Polyurethane
  • TEX-Fsi: TEXAIR Fiber Silicone

Choice of fabric duct color

The TEX-Lti and TEX-Sti materials are the most widespread and are used in the majority of projects. They are available in 12 different color options although customers mainly go with white or bright grey.

Fabrics with special properties are available in a limited color range.

 
White
 
Beige
 
Yellow
 
Orange
 
Black
 
Red
 
Light grey
 
Green
 
Blue
 
Dark grey
 
Light blue
 
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TEXAIR air ducts are used in the production facilities of the most famous brands
Amazon
Coca-Cola
Nestle
Heineken
KraftHeinz
Danone
Unilever
Henkel
Decathlon
Barilla
Pepsico
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Frequently asked questions about fabric ductwork

How much does a fabric duct cost

Fabric ducting is available in many different configurations, so factors such as size, system purpose, flow rate, pressure, humidity and air temperature, fabric material, type of installation and other characteristics must be taken into account to prepare a quotation, based on which our engineers will make all necessary calculations and determine the price of fabric air ducts.

What are the main features of fabric ducting

  • Facility ventilation: no draft even under conditions of very high air exchange intensity (air is distributed through air permeable or microperforated fabric).
  • High level of intermixture: of the supplied air with the air located in the facility (as air is distributed through an enormous amount of small holes).
  • Washable: in an ordinary industrial washing machine for maintaining the necessary cleanliness (may also be decontaminated).
  • No duct corrosion: due to the chemical resistance of the materials used against most bonds present in the air.
  • No risk of condensate formation: on the surface of the air distribution system (with the use of air permeable fabric).
  • Light-weight: of the system thanks to the light weight of the textile sleeve as well as the intricate manufactured elements made from the same material.
  • Quick installation: and dismantlement Thanks to a system of light attachments snapped onto a cable or inserted into a groove of the installation section.
  • No noise during: operation due to a property of the textile materials that they do not transfer sound waves well.
  • Original appearance: the ability to select an appropriate color (company style).
  • Low cost the total combined cost of the ducts, installation expenses, shipping expenses, and finishing works turn out about 1.5 to 3 times cheaper.

Can you print on duct fabric

The printing sublimation method that TEXAIR Company uses offers an opportunity to render your facilities more colorful and stand out more. An air duct, as an interior object regularly in people’s vision, can be subject to branding. Placed under the ceiling, it will inevitably draw attention to your brand. This is especially true for office spaces and shopping centers. Print sublimation technology provides a basis to apply high-quality images. Meanwhile, the technology is absolutely harmless and is used in the manufacture of clothing and textiles.

The image is applied with a special paint. It transfers off of a special paper under the influence of high temperature (up to 190 degrees Celsius) onto the textile. Special inks under the influence of the temperature transform from a hard state into a gaseous state. The paint particles thus deeply seep into the structure of the fabric. The result is a beautiful, colorful picture that does not fade, does not crack, and preserves its original appearance for a long time.

How to install a fabric duct

No special skills are required to install the textile ventilation system. Due to the special fixing system and the light weight, the ducting can be installed by 1 person in 2-3 hours. The fixing system on the profiles also allows for installation and removal from a single point. Read the instructions on how to install the fabric ducting yourself

How to clean fabric air ducts

Aggressive environments and frequent washing reduce the product’s service lifetime. The manufacturer does not indicate any particular requirements regarding the frequency in which the products are washed and leaves this up to the discretion of the organization and the corresponding regulation of the institution where the product will be used. The air socks’ washing may be performed by hand or in a washing machine in accordance with the following directions:

  • Washing must be performed using not particularly harsh washing or disinfecting tools at a temperature no higher than 45°C over the course of 15 minutes.
  • Drying should occur at room temperature and depending on the type of fabric should not take more than 3-4 hours.

What is the service life of fabric ducts

The service lifetime of the air socks directly depends on the type of fabric, conditions of use, and in the event that the producer’s requirements are observed can extend to over 15 years.

What guarantee for textile ducts

Having air filters in the ventilation systems is a required condition of the warranty.

  • The producer provides a 10-year warranty on the materials TEX-Lti, TEX-Sti, and TEX-Stp.
  • The producer provides a 3-year warranty on materials with a glass or siliceous foundation or those with a special coating: TEX-StpF, TEX-StAab, TEX-Fpu, and TEX-Fsi.
  • The fitting and attachment elements come with a warranty of one year.

Product certificates serve as the document confirming the warranty.

"Air socks" correspond to the government’s sanitary and epidemiological rules and norms. The producer guarantees that the established parameters in the product’s mode of operation and reliability figures are provided for assuming that the Customer observes the technical parameters over the entire course of the product’s use.

In the case that during the warranty period production defects are discovered on the product or segments of it at the fault of the manufacturer, the latter will be obliged to eliminate the defects or replace the failed section components within the shortest time period technically possible.

What is included in the ducting

The air duct package upon delivery includes:

  • Air flow equalizers (cone-shaped net at the entrance for dispersing air)
  • Input adapters for connecting textile channels
  • Cable or profile suspension holders (attached to the surface of the duct)
  • Required shaped elements
  • Work documentation package (work drafts, specification, assembly scheme, product certificate).

How textile air ducts are packaged for transport

Packaging is conducted according to the manufacturing company's documentation and ensures the preservation of the air ducts during shipping in covered vehicles of any type.

Packaging of the ducts is performed in an indoor ventilated facility with an environmental temperature of 15 to 35°C with a relative moisture of up to 80% of aggressive admixtures in the environment.

How to adjust the height of the textile duct

The use of hangers with adjustable length makes it possible to reduce or increase the fixing height of any section of fabric ducting.

Does dust accumulate in fabric duct

No. These ventilation systems have no elements that protrude from the main duct, so there are no stagnant areas.

What is the durability of fabric ducting

Fabric ducting is made of synthetic material with basalt thread reinforcement. This makes it possible to withstand pneumatic shocks, which often occur during commissioning.

How to organise air distribution if the ventilation system has very low pressure

The TEXAIR fabric range includes fabrics from 55 g/m2 to ensure good air distribution at pressures from 20 Pa. Our engineers have prepared an article on correct air distribution in the ventilation system

Does condensation form when using a fabric ventilation system

No. The ducting is manufactured using a fabric that allows 20 to 40 m3 of air per square metre through its fibre structure, thus eliminating the possibility of condensation forming on the surface of the ducting.

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About company TEXAIR

Ilja Lukasevs, Founder of the TEXAIR

Ilja Lukasevs

Founder of the TEXAIR

Air is a prerequisite for the existence of all life on Earth, and TEXAIR's mission is therefore to create the most favourable access to quality air for human life and activity. In doing so we understand that people do not only live in a physical space, but also in a spiritual one, and therefore we strive to ensure that our active business activities bring the most positive emotions not only to our employees, but also to our partners - the companies who buy our products. This is our goal - harmony with people and the ecosystem.

Team TEXAIR

Левкинс Олегс
Olegs Levkins
Director of Development
Мирзахонян Нона
Nona Mirzakhonian
Curator of foreign economic activity
Пиленков Николай
Nikolay Pilenkov
Head of Research and Development
Дорогова Людмила
Lyudmila Dorogova
Head of the project department
Alexander Maltsev
Head of Production
Антонова Екатерина
Catherine Antonova
Head of sewing department
Черенков Евгений
Yevgeny Cherenkov
Head of Quality Control
Калачиди Андрей
Andrei Kalachidi
Head of Logistics