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12/02/20

Sports hall ventilation design

How to ventilate a sport hall effectively Sports hall ventilation can be quite a challenge.  There could be a range of issues to overcome with the design.  Due to the nature of a sports hall, ducts are usually required to be mounted at a high level (often over 10m).  The supplied air temperature needs to […]

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large spaces fabric ducting

05/02/20

Large Spaces: Warehouse/Long throw/High bay design

Designing for large spaces In a warehouse with high ceilings and large volumes, it is important to get the correct mix of throw and distribution to meet the needs of the  space or product being stored/distributed. It’s all about distributing and targeting the air where it needs to be. Traditionally steel ducting with large nozzle […]

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diagram of air flow through micro-perforations

04/02/20

Micro-Perforations in Fabric Ducts

How do Micro-Perforations work? Micro-perforations are an amazing innovation and allow us so much more flexibility than conventional Permeable Only Fabric Ducts.  Originally, fabric ducting companies squeezed air through the weave of the material when cooling, but this creates issues with dust blockage. In order to stop squeezing the air through the material to avoid […]

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