Offices / schools
Public spaces / retail
Prihoda tex-tile diffusers are intended for installation in a lay-in grid ceiling. Depending upon the design they distribute air along the ceiling structure in a swirling manner or in one or more specific directions.
Made from an aluminium frame and lightweight flame-retardant polyester fabric they are designed to weigh no more than the tile they replace, meaning no additional suspension support should be required.
Air flow and colour options
The supply air passes through openings in the fabric; these are either laser-cut perforations or pockets that are sonic-welded to the fabric.
Nine stock colours are available. Mix and match material and pocket colours to create dozens of different colour combinations at no additional cost.
Prihoda tex-tile diffusers are built around an aluminium frame using flame retardant material.
The diffuser section zips to a plenum box hood with a round inlet spigot complete with clamp. An equalisation plate is mounted internally to ensure the air is distributed evenly across the diffuser as it exits into the occupied space. All designed to offer optimum flow with minimum pressure loss.
The plenum box comes as standard in classic material or can be ordered as an insulated option if used to cool below dew point to avoid condensation.
Models / types
There are several diffuser designs available, from the most popular swirl, through to one and two direction and corner flow options. A diffuse low velocity grille and a return air grille are available - incorporating an additional above ceiling aluminium frame to keep the plenum box open under negative pressure.
Prihoda has full design software for this range of ceiling tile diffusers, with recommendations for installation distances between diffusers based upon volume and mounting height.
Materials are guaranteed for two years and available as 100% post-consumer recycled material if required.
- Lightweight - no additional ceiling support required.
- Fast installation.
- Insulated options avoid condensation.
- Overall cost savings against traditional diffuser, plenum box and equaliser.
- Multiple colour options creating diffusers that blend or stand out.
- Easily cleaned.
- Interesting bespoke appearance.