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The Application of flexible Air Ducts in the Supermarket

The supermarket is a typical place with no ceiling or partial ceiling. Because of its limited floor height, the distribution of pipelines is very dense, including fire-fighting pipelines, lighting pipelines, strong and weak current pipelines, and so on, so the design of fabric HVAC duct system is particularly important, which will influence the overall outlooking and the performance, the structural load-bearing performance and the ability to prevent condensation and some other comprehensive considerations.

In the partial ceiling area of the supermarket (such as the cash register area), we generally design the heat preservation fabric air duct as the transmission piping and cooperate with the traditional diffuser to supply air. In this way, it can not only ensure that the air duct in the ceiling will not only cause condensation, but also can eliminate the problem of moldy air outlet, and can achieve the effect of uniform and comfortable air supply without temperature difference.

In the supermarket area without a ceiling, our design generally adopts the flexible air duct. Based on the multiple functions, we designed different comfort air supply velocities to meet the various air conditioning temperature requirements in different areas.

In the areas where the local traditional air duct cannot reach, such as the escalator and the corridor outside the cash register area, the long-distance air supply with a large nozzle or the air supply with a hole at the end of the miter joint is adopted;

According to the different decoration styles of supermarkets, we can also choose the textile ductwork with customized colors when designing, so that the fabric air duct system can be perfectly matched with the architectural decoration.

In addition, compared with traditional GI ducts, the flexible air duct can save a lot in material consumption, loss, and installation expenses, which means it will not increase the cost of primary investment. The operation and maintenance costs are less in the later period, with an average saving of 20-30% overall. These all prompt more and more supermarkets to choose the fabric duct as the end of the ventilation system.