Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality

Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality

 

FabricAir Dispersion Systems is an unrivalled air engineering technology when it comes to solving issues with condensation, drafts, temperature fluctuation and air quality.

Fabric-based ventilation is tailored to the requirements of the specific space by air engineering experts. The unique combination of flow models will ensure optimum performance and comfort with the best possible air quality for shoppers and employees to enjoy.

Directional air flows are used to sweep condensation from surfaces and permeable fabrics prevent condensation from settling inside and on the duct. Using anti-microbial coating can minimize issues with bacteria and mold growth and the solution is easy to take down for laundering.

Even air dispersion is essential to controlling the temperature and ensuring the shelf-life of the goods and produce in the supermarket. Through correct mixing, hot and cold spots are eliminated, and the temperature stays within the set points.

A draft-free environment is key to comfort in the occupied zone and FabricAir’s solutions combine a high air change with draft-free dispersion through low velocity flow models. LowNoise™ technology makes fabric ducting virtually silent. The results is unrivalled indoor air quality and comfort.

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    Advantages of FabricAir in Supermarkets
  • A Cost-Efficient Solution
    A Cost-Efficient Solution
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    Fruits & Vegetable Dept. – Preserving Goods
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    Deli & Meat Dept. - Longer Shelf-life & Higher Quality
  • Controlling Store Temperature
    Controlling Store Temperature
  • Cold Storage
    Cold Storage
  • Common Air Challenges in Supermarkets
    Common Air Challenges in Supermarkets
  • The Key to Food Safety
    The Key to Food Safety
  • Keeping Cooled Display Units Running Properly
    Keeping Cooled Display Units Running Properly
  • Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality
    Solving Issues with Condensation, Drafts, Temperature Fluctuations and Air Quality
  • CASE STUDY: Addressing Temperature, Condensation and Drafts in Supermarkets
    CASE STUDY: Addressing Temperature, Condensation and Drafts in Supermarkets