What are the basic principles of airsox?
Airsox by Euro Air are designed to distribute cold, heated or ventilated air into a room. This can be done in several different ways depending on the application. Euro Air supplies tailored solutions based on the knowledge of air.
A textile solution is a very cost-effective alternative to traditional steel ducting, and often also gives a far better air distribution for the well-being of the occupants of the room where air sox have been installed.
Textile ducting can be installed at very low costs due to simple and easy installation and maintenance. Textile ducting will contribute to the final architectural appearance of the room as they are available in many shapes and colours - and customized with logo upon request.
If you would like a good and healthy working environment without draft problems Euro Air fabric ducting is the natural choice. We offer an economical, flexible, aesthetic and practical solution compared with traditional steel ducting solutions.
The textile based solution offers a draft-free environment providing supreme air distribution. Not only do airsox by Euro Air provide a draft-free environment - they will also contribute to the productivity of the users of the specific room.
Often buildings have no proper ventilation or none at all, they simply do not meet the demands from the respective building codes given in the local region. Tests have shown that an increased air ventilation rate from 10 m³/h to 36 m³/h will raise the efficiency of the employees of up to 10-20%.
If on the other hand the indoor air temperature is lowered from 25°C to 20°C the efficiency will be equally improved by 10-20% for the occupants of the building.
For more information see our case story from the Netherlands from a local technical high school:.
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