H-rail

H-rail

 

H-rail is commonly used to suspend complex FabricAir dispersion systems, as there can be bent to suit the elbows. H-rail is produced in 2 meter sections using an extrusion process and then anodized, making it an excellent choice for corrosive environments. Several of the standard suspension methods offered by FabricAir utilize H-rail. When assembling an H-rail system the pieces of H-rail are joined together by using a metal connecter that is fastened to each rail using set screws.
The duct will have sliders or a bulb edge to slide into the H-rail at the appropriate locations for both single and double H-rail configurations.
The H-rail is suspended using either a cable or metal drop from the structure. H-rail suspension systems use either a single H-rail at the 12 o'clock duct position or two H-rails at 3 and 9 o'clock duct positions. 

The rails are bent to the exact angle that is needed to suit the elbows in your FabricAir duct system.

Curved rails are produced by bending our anodized H-rail. 

Type 13 double H-rail suspension has great flexibility, making it ideal for high ceilings, larger diameter ducts and frequent laundry. 

Type-5 H-rail suspension is a method of suspending FabricAir ducts. The H-rail, so named because it looks like a H in the cross section, is made out of anodized aluminum, making it an excellent choice for corrosive environments.

Type 6 double H-rail suspension is an elegant way to suspend larger diameter ducts. The H-rail, so named because it looks like an H in the cross section, is made out of anodized aluminum, making it an excellent choice for corrosive environments. 

Type 7 H-rail suspension is an elegantly fixed all-aluminum suspension method from which the ducts hang by a keter type bulb edge.

Type 8 H-rail suspension is a method of suspending FabricAir ducts. The H-rail, so named because it looks like an H in the cross section, is made out of anodized aluminum, making it an excellent choice for corrosive environments. 

Adjustable Cable Drops are hung from the building structure and connect to either cable or H-rail suspension systems.

One or two rows of field adjustable, anodized aluminum rods are hung from the building structure and lock into the top channel of an H-rail type suspension system.

FabricAir dispersion systems are intuitive and simple to install.