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its very easy to diagnose, as it makes your little finger go dead, and half of your ring finger...wierd!
05-20-2010, 09:16 AM
The product originated in Scandanavia in the food industry in the 70's
you can read all about it here...
"ductsocks" is the slang term now used for the product in the USA
still prefer girls though :angel:
You can get fabrics which are specifically designed for anti-static environments, they have metal fiberes woven into the material.
04-07-2010, 09:13 AM
If you do need to work out pressure loss for fabric ducts, you can use the datasheets starting on page 126 of this brochure.
Just completed this job using half round textile ducting.
It's a hospitality area for a football stadium (football as in a ball you kick with your foot rather than hold and run with!) ;-p
With unemployment in the USA nearing 10% ,lets see if the HVAC industry is better than most to be employed in.
We are updating our site at the moment, it is currently a content management system which Google really struggles to crawl properly.
I like the way yours has the services in the background.
09-07-2009, 07:22 AM
I am working on an auditorium at the moment, we are pressurising the floor void beneath the seats. We are using Low impulse textile ducting to supply air into the void with a duct velocity of 6m/s...
08-25-2009, 07:59 AM
has a data centre ever been built to allow the most free cooling possible, like in Alaska?
We have a lot of customers choosing textile ducting for this reason, Because the duct is taken away to be cleaned, there is no risk of the dust and bactiria being disturbed then re-introduced to the...
We were hoping to get a bit of work out of the Olympics, but other than 1 enquiry for temporary ducting, we have not heard much about it.
We have sent information to the architects and consultants...
A lot of our enquiries tend to be very seasonal, with the busy season just about to start.
We had a lot of work in 2005/2006 from factories and offices that urgently needed cooling down, but the...
when building prototype new stoves, we used to clue bits of ceramic together to get the best flow.
We used the same high temperature glue they used to glue the glassfibre sealing ropes to the doors...
The corners are not rigid, they are made from fabric too, it is possible to replicate pretty much anything that can be produced in metal using fabric....
the 1st picture shows one of our installations, the second picture shows another pool at the same chain, supplied by one of our competitors....
Unfortunately, a lot of companies just try to supply the cheapest solution possible with poor quality materials and archaic suspension systems.
We always try to supply the best looking/performing...
Some pictures of a job we have recently completed at a swimming pool near Birmingham.
02-16-2009, 10:48 AM
When i was looking for other ways we could use our product, i was thinking of something along these lines.
We currently use our ducts to supply air to server rooms, but it is always conditioned.
so what do i get when i am a pro?
i did it!
02-11-2009, 08:30 AM
I used to work for a stove company.
I once built a prototype inset stove that sat within a steel box.
There was a 3" cap between the stove and the outer box which allowed air to convect around the...
Who is planning to visit/display at the RAC show in Birmingham next week?
We have had a stand there in the past but have not had particularly good reults from it, so will give it a miss this year...
...or where you would normally have had to insulate a duct to avoid condensation, like a food factory, or a gym.
Textile ducts can achieve very low velocities compared to grilles and diffusers, so...
We always request that people fit a slow start fan when using a textile duct, to avoid the "pop" that you get with a long run of duct.
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