Everything is included in a FabricAir dispersion system

Many functions known from conventional metal ducts are fully integrated in a FabricAir dispersion system, making diffusers, grilles, dampers, etc., redundant. FabricAir dispersion systems are all inclusive.

You can forget about the following when using fabric air dispersion systems:

  • No extra grilles or diffusers are necessary. The FabricAir dispersion systems function as both a duct system and as an air dispersion system.
  • No extra noise reduction is needed (except perhaps reduction of fan noise). Noiseless is the standard.
  • No inconvenient alterations or assembly on site. A FabricAir dispersion system fits straight from the factory, is assembled with zip fasteners and is ready for installation as soon as it arrives.
  • No damper is necessary. A FabricAir dispersion system does not require balancing.
  • Painting is not necessary as the fabrics are dyed.
  • No extra insulation is necessary. FabricAir dispersion systems are condensation free.

FabricAir dispersion systems offer multiple opportunities to save money without sacrificing quality or flexibility in design. Utilizing FabricAir dispersion systems...

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There are many considerations when evaluating noise levels in any given space. Air distribution is just one of those factors. With FabricAir ducts you can concentrate...

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FabricAir dispersion systems are fully customizable and can be tailored to your specific needs. We have a dedicated engineering department to help design the optimal...

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FabricAir dispersion systems do not require field balancing. Due to the intelligent system design and the nature of our materials, we do not apply diffusers, grills...

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FabricAir ducts are available in a variety of standard colors and custom colors upon request. If the color you want is not available, call us about a custom color. We...

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Traditional HVAC designs require knowing the dew point of the space being conditioned to avoid condensation on the surfaces of the metal ducts and grills. This...

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