One of Denmark’s leading timber wholesalers Bergsten Timber were not pleased with their old office and so decided to move to a new office building. In their new offices, the company’s representatives wished to install air distribution systems that would integrate with the whole interior design. And even though it seemed a hard task to handle, FabricAir, a leading global fabric-based solution manufacturer, created and installed just a thing – the newest addition to its product portfolio FabricAir Ceiling Diffusers.
Air handling units in a brand-new Bergsten Timber office are located in the basement, pushing heated or cooled air through a solid piping system across three stories. The air then has to be distributed through 67 strategically placed ceiling diffuser units. Fabric-based ceiling diffusers (supply and extract) are made from two de-attachable standard fabric parts – plenum box and flow panel. FabricAir Ceiling Diffusers offered easy installation, flexible design, a choice of aesthetic finishes, and energy-friendly technology.This new solution blended with neighboring tiles and became part of the interior design.
“Subtle but effective, the FabricAir diffusers perfectly match the aesthetics of our new office. More importantly, they ensure good air circulation so that we are able to work in comfort, whatever the weather outside”, says Morten Bergsten, CEO at Bergsten Timber.
After the installment of ceiling diffusers, the client instantly saw the difference from previous applications when compared to their old office building. New ceiling diffusers are fully insulated to prevent energy loss, therefore they are suitable for isothermal or cooling conditions. As the diffusers are made in different dimensions, they are easily integrated into the ceiling panels and became a part of interior design but also provided with perfect air quality and eliminated chances of uncomfortable drafts.
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