Innovative design and highly permeable materials
When it comes to opening a new restaurant or bar, it comes with a host of associated challenges, chief of which is maintaining the ideal temperature of the food being served. The food in most restaurants can get cold quickly due to uneven air distribution, which is not ideal when it should be served as warm as possible.
However, the problem of cold food can be swiftly mitigated by using textile ducting, which utilize an innovative design and highly permeable materials that assist in diminishing air stagnation.
Upon learning these features, the owners of Syse Bar moved to apply Euro Air SEA’S textile ducting to the restaurant’s air control system, which complement impeccably with the interior decoration of the restaurant so much as to elevate it entirely.
In addition, with a sound absorption capability, Euro Air’s SEA textile ducting can reduce the reverberation and overall noise at Syse to a more controllable level, enabling its patrons to converse with greater ease.
Finally, the textile ducting at Syse has been able to operate at requirements of reduced energy. By distributing air evenly across the indoor space, it is able to function efficiently even with low cooling capabilities, allowing the restaurant to maintain stable climate control with less energy than a typical steel HVAC system. As such, this can be a sustainable solution for industry leaders wanting to maintain draft free comfort ventilation in a more environmentally economical manner.