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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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laboratory benches with air diffusers overhead

29/07/19

Laboratory make up air ventilation design

Laboratories typically require quite large volumes of make-up air to replace the air extracted through fume cupboards and other equipment.¬† Using a traditional ventilation system with rigid ducting and grilles could create issues with draughts affecting staff and fume cupboard sensors (which trip the fume cupboard extract when sensing a slight draught).¬†Prihoda Fabric Ducts are […]

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Queen Mary University basement workspace with fabric duct ventilation

25/06/19

Queen Mary University – Fabric Ducting

Queen Mary University – London – Fabric Ducting Back in 2010 Prihoda UK provided the Fabric Ducting system for the new Library and Meeting area at Queen Mary University (QMU) in London. Essentially chosen as the method of distributing fresh air into the bowels of the building, the bright red flame retardant ducts stand out […]

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