Rod drop

Rod drop

 

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.

This creates a clean aesthetical design, which is highly popular in office applications. The drop spacing can be determined from the installation instructions that are provided with each order.

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.

H-rail is commonly used to suspend complex FabricAir dispersion systems, as there can be bent to suit the elbows.