Combining flow models

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 airflows in a combination depending on throw requirements. The primary airflow addresses the main issue, such as no draft for increased comfort, whereas the secondary airflow 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. 

FabricAir has many different flow models that can be divided into two main categories: surface and directional flow models. 

Rows of flow models are placed at the desired position (indicated using a clock dial) around the circumference. The position is flexible. 

An air jet can be discharged from a nozzle or an orifice.

Surface flow models distribute the air through the surface of the duct either through permeable fabrics or microperforations.

Directional flow models will have a row (or more) of air distribution placed along the length of the duct at any desired position to deliver the air exactly where it is needed.