Textile-based Ductwork Distribution Systems
This module considers the design and application of textile-based air distribution systems which are sometimes used as an air input for LEV Systems.
Taken from the article:
Examples of the application of fabric- or textile-based air distribution stretch back into the mid-20th century, where simple, inflating cotton bags (or ‘socks’) were attached to the end of metal spigots to provide a means of supplying large amounts of ventilation air. Although, originally, applications tended towards industrial locations where the lightweight, machine-washable ducts were particularly attractive, such as food preparation areas, slaughterhouses and laboratories (see Figure 1), they have since seen wider adoption in commercial and industrial installations, such as offices, workshops, schools, shops and showrooms.
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