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FabricAir Dispersion Technology

— The future of HVAC/R

A FabricAir Dispersion System consists of four elements: profile, fabric, flow model and suspension. These may be combined in infinite ways to match the specific requirements of any given project. By combining the ideal solutions from each element FabricAir creates a customized air distribution system tailored to your specific needs. This approach ensures supreme air dispersion and comfort regardless of the complexity of the project requirements.

Fabric choices

FabricAir offers many choices of fabric and color for our ducts. Your choice of fabric will depend on the aesthetics as well as flexibility, air flow, fire resistance and maintenance cost. 

Flow models

The flexibility of FabricAir ducts lies in the ability to combine different air flow models depending on your needs and requirement. Creating a custom air dispersion system ensures superior air distribution and comfort, and an unrivalled indoor climate.

Suspension systems

FabricAir dispersion and distribution systems can be installed in numerous ways. Each suspension system comes with its own benefits and best practice recommendations, offering a unique set of qualities and the greatest flexibility to your system.

Duct Profiles
FabricAir offers a number of duct types for various purposes. In addition to the classic fabric ducting, we offer specialized duct types, such as the FabricAir® VarioDuct™ that cater to specific air engineering challenges. 
FabricAir® VarioDuct™

The innovative two-in-one duct, the FabricAir® VarioDuct™, enables two sets of flow models, static pressures and air volumes in the same duct. An internal membrane separates the upper and lower sections enabling the engineer to optimize for two different scenarios in the same duct, for example heating and cooling.

FabricAir® DefrostDuct™
—Significantly reduces the evaporator’s defrosting time.
 
The FabricAir® DefrostDuct™ reduces the evaporator’s defrosting time by 10 to 50%, thus increasing its efficiency.
When the evaporator reaches its defrost cycle, the FabricAir® DefrostDuct™ collapses, effectively sealing the outlet. By preventing the heat escaping from the air cooler, the efficiency of the defrost cycle is significantly increased.
Clever use of materials prevents water droplets caused by the defrosting cycle from freezing on the fabric surface.