Offices / schools
Public spaces / retail
Textile diffusers - also known as air socks, textile ventilation and fabric ducts - are manufactured bespoke to suit each application. Heating, cooling, and tempered fresh air, or a mixture of all three, can be provided.
Prihoda holds different types of duct material in stock, and each system is made to order. The most common materials are permeable and non-permeable. Supply air can pass through the permeable material at a known rate, so at below dew point, condensation does not form on the diffuser.
Fabric ducts may be any diameter from 150mm upwards, and any length that the system pressure will support can be produced, sometimes in excess of 100m. Sections of diffusers are normally 5m long and zip together.
The ducts come in a range of shapes from round, to half round and quarter round. Ellipse shapes are suitable for rooms with limited height.
The actual diffusers are generally small perforations or fabric nozzles that are laser-cut into the material or sonic welded to to it, in a specific diameter and arrangement to create a particular air distribution pattern.