Effective regardless of ceiling height

Efficient solution regardless of ceiling height

Depending on the application, FabricAir ducts and dispersion systems can be tailored to suit the specific needs of your building, by using the best flow model or combination of multiple flow models.

For example, in buildings with low ceiling heights, low-throw air flow models are often the option of choice to eliminate drafts. However, if the building has high ceilings and requires heating, high-throw flow models are used to ensure that the air reaches the occupied zone and to help avoid stratification. FabricAir dispersion systems ensure the ideal air distribution regardless of room size and ceiling height.

Occupied Zone

The occupied zone is 1.8 m [6 feet] above the floor. This is the area where employees may be working, customers may be shopping or eating, or guests exercising. Typically, velocities in the occupied zone are specified between 0.25 m/s [50 fpm] and 0.7 m/s [150 fpm]. The lower limit is more likely to be found for sedentary activities, such as office work, and the higher limit for high energy acitivities such as exercise. It is important to understand the kinds of activities in the occupied zone to be able to specify the appropriate throws, thus ensuring occupant comfort.

Occupied Zone

The occupied zone is 1.8 m [6 feet] above the floor. This is the area where employees may be working, customers may be shopping or eating, or guests exercising. Typically, velocities in the occupied zone are specified between 0.25 m/s [50 fpm] and 0.7 m/s [150 fpm]. The lower limit is more likely to be found for sedentary activities, such as office work, and the higher limit for high energy acitivities such as exercise. It is important to understand the kinds of activities in the occupied zone to be able to specify the appropriate throws, thus ensuring occupant comfort.

Combining flow models

FabricAir offers a wide variety of flow models that can be combined to create the ideal air distribution in any given project to addressing your specific challenges. 

The ideal flow model often consists of primary and secondary air flows in a combination depending on throw requirements. The primary air flow addresses the main issue, such as no draft for increased comfort, whereas the secondary air flow is used to ensure that no condensation builds up on the duct in humid environments.

It is of utmost importance to understand the type of space that is being designed in order to select the appropriate flow models, especially in applications that are intended to maximize occupant comfort. 

Combining flow models

FabricAir offers a wide variety of flow models that can be combined to create the ideal air distribution in any given project to addressing your specific challenges. 

The ideal flow model often consists of primary and secondary air flows in a combination depending on throw requirements. The primary air flow addresses the main issue, such as no draft for increased comfort, whereas the secondary air flow is used to ensure that no condensation builds up on the duct in humid environments.

It is of utmost importance to understand the type of space that is being designed in order to select the appropriate flow models, especially in applications that are intended to maximize occupant comfort. 

A flow model to fit your specific needs
FabricAir produces many different flow models to meet the specific demands of any project. The appropriate flow model depends on a number of project specific factors. What type of conditioning is being supplied: heating, cooling, ventilation, or a combination of the three? Are there any specific air velocity requirements? Do the requirements differ from room to room? There are more questions that may be asked, and the answers determine what flow model will be the best fit for your application. Rest assured, no matter what the requirements are for your application, FabricAir has the flow model to fit your needs.
A flow model to fit your specific needs
FabricAir produces many different flow models to meet the specific demands of any project. The appropriate flow model depends on a number of project specific factors. What type of conditioning is being supplied: heating, cooling, ventilation, or a combination of the three? Are there any specific air velocity requirements? Do the requirements differ from room to room? There are more questions that may be asked, and the answers determine what flow model will be the best fit for your application. Rest assured, no matter what the requirements are for your application, FabricAir has the flow model to fit your needs.
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