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The Ultimate Guide to Textile Ducting in Southeast Asia

Table of contents:

1.Why steel ducting is ready for the scrapyard

1.1 Heavy metals and long installation times
1.2 Bacteria, mould and rust
1.3 Costly and disruptive maintenance cycles
1.4 Inefficient air distribution and high operating costs
1.5 Disruptive high frequency noises
1.6 Design defects

2. Why textile ducting?

2.1 Lightweight materials make installation easy
2.2 Non-corrosive surfaces are rust and condensation free
2.3 Modular designs and intuitive suspension make maintenance a breeze
2.4 Even air distribution is good for the environment
2.5 High quality, recyclable materials reduce waste
2.6 Noise suppressing materials improve workplace comfort & productivity
2.7 In-house design software makes planning easy

3. Textile Ducting solves Southeast Asian climate challenges

3.1 Comfort ventilation for offices, schools and kitchens
3.2 DK Engineering Ltd. office breathes easy with FBS Panels from Euro Air
3.3 Industrial climate control for manufacturing facilities, food terminals and processing factories
3.4 Mondelez Kinh Do eliminates condensation problems with textile ducting
3.5 Design friendly ducts for restaurants, showrooms, shops and theatres
3.6 Pizza 4Ps improves sustainability with eco-friendly textile ducts
3.7 Laboratory ventilation for pharmaceutical facilities, clean rooms, and R&D facilities
3.8 Cost effective heating, cooling and ventilation for sports, leisure and fitness centres

Steel ducting is ready for the scrapyard

Galvanized steel ducts have been the default in HVAC design for ages. But for architects and designers in Southeast Asia, the truth is that working with steel ducting is a pain.  

In the extreme Southeast Asian climate, any inconsistency in air distribution can have a major impact on indoor climate control and comfort. From uneven ventilation that introduces all kinds of draughts and atmospheric dead zones, to condensation, rust and mould problems, steel ducts simply struggle to meet regional clients’ technical demands.

Beyond performance challenges, steel ducts also fall short on aesthetics.

The considerable weight, bulky size, and sheer inflexibility of steel ducts severely limit the creative potential of any new build project. Every day, architects and designers are forced to compromise on their designs to accommodate this outdated HVAC standard.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. 

It’s time for architects and designers to take back control of their creative vision. Even the most difficult design briefs can be solved with flexible, easy-to-install, more hygienic textile ducting from Euro Air.

After working with galvanized steel ducts for decades, it’s easy for architects and designers to overlook just how inefficient they really are.

It’s time to pull back the curtain on steel ducting, to show once and for all why traditional HVAC systems are ready for the scrapyard.  

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Heavy materials and long installation times

For new build projects, the shortcomings of steel ducting crop up before day one on site. 

The first major headache of working with traditional HVAC ducting is all about weight.

A Ø-500 x 1.000 mm section of galvanized steel ducting typically weighs about 9 kg. That may sound manageable, but the sheer weight of steel adds up fast, resulting in hefty fuel costs and complex handling requirements during transport and shipping.

Just as bad, architects and designers need to factor in the substantial size and weight of steel materials into their designs. Ceiling stresses and interior spatial requirements need to be closely monitored and carefully accommodated, often at the expense of good design.

Plus, when the time finally comes to install traditional HVAC ducting, heavy steel materials inevitably result in a painstakingly slow setup. Labour intensive installation processes and complex workplace safety procedures frequently result in long delays, inflated labour costs and much higher power consumption.

These overheads combine to have an outsized impact on project budgets and timelines alike.

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Bacteria, mould and rust

Steel ducts collect condensation in humid environments, producing a perfect breeding ground for potentially harmful bacteria and mould. 

To make matters worse, overhead air vents produce powerful draughts that can spread these contaminants throughout an indoor space.

In the age of COVID-19, architects and designers need to take the threat of contaminated HVAC ducting very seriously, especially as regional clients come to demand higher standards for indoor health and hygiene. 

Beyond workplace hygiene concerns, the humid Southeast Asian climate also presents the constant threat of rust. Without regular maintenance, corrosion and rust can severely shorten the functional lifespan of traditional galvanized steel HVAC systems.

For architects and designers committed to providing futureproofed solutions for their clients in the era of the ‘new normal’, steel ducts simply fall short. 

Steel ducting is ready for the scrapyard - time for textile ducting

 

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Costly and disruptive maintenance cycles

To combat the build-up of bacteria, rust and mould, traditional steel ducting requires regular maintenance. 

Unfortunately, cleaning steel ducts is an immensely time consuming, costly and disruptive process.

Professional maintenance teams need to be called in to disassemble and clean out ducts’ interiors, and once again, heavy workloads result in time consuming handling processes and significant labour costs.

To make matters worse, the process is invariably loud and takes up a great deal of physical space, so clients are left unable to operate at full capacity while maintenance is underway. 

From an end client’s perspective, that means losing out on productive work hours while also paying for cleaning services—a lose-lose scenario.

Because cleaning traditional HVAC systems is such a chore, crucial maintenance often goes neglected. As a result, bacteria, rust and mould gradually creep back into play, devastating indoor climate quality.

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Inefficient air distribution and high operating costs

In addition to introducing all kinds of indoor hygiene concerns, steel ducts also take a major toll on the environment.

Steel ducts release treated air from individual vents, creating both draughts and dead zones (areas where the air remains stagnant) depending on one’s proximity to the nearest air vent. This uneven air distribution has a major negative impact on both comfort and energy efficiency.

Uneven heating, cooling and ventilation result in an unstable indoor climate. To make up for all this turbulence, traditional HVAC systems need to run at exceptionally high operating pressures just to maintain a consistent indoor air temperature.

In other words, steel ducts consume significantly more energy to make up for their inefficient air distribution—that’s bad news for both businesses and the environment.

Meanwhile, the risk of uncomfortable draughts and dead zones only increases with higher air exchange rates. So the more efficiently a traditional HVAC system controls indoor temperature, the less comfortable that indoor climate gets.

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Disruptive high frequency noises

Steel ducts produce a variety of noise issues that only increase with higher air flow and air exchange rates.

The harder a traditional HVAC system is working, the more its metal components will buzz and vibrate. In the short term, these subtle disturbances may not seem like such a big issue. But over time high frequency disturbances can have a measurable impact on workplace productivity.

To counteract distracting ambient noise, many HVAC engineers choose to install additional noise suppressing components. Once again, heavy steel materials make noise suppression an immensely complicated and expensive process. Unsurprisingly, noise issues are often left unaddressed as a result.

For architects and designers looking to produce streamlined, comfortable indoor environments, noisy steel ducts pose a serious challenge.

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Design defects

Steel ducts are a design nightmare.

They’re rough on the eyes, they take up space, and they’re notoriously difficult to work around. Worse yet, they impose all kinds of engineering stresses on ceilings and load-bearing infrastructure.

Unfortunately, architects and designers are compelled to factor all of these issues into their plans—compromising their aesthetic goals to offset the many weaknesses of ugly steel ducts.

In other words, rather than working with traditional HVAC systems, architects and designers tend to find themselves working against them.

This is especially true when it comes to colour, since painting steel ducts is both expensive and time consuming—hardly ideal for anyone designing on a deadline.

In short, steel ducting is a pain.

Thankfully, it is no longer the only option.

Read more: Why is Textile Ducting better than Steel Ducting? A Side-by-Side Comparison

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Euro Air’s textile ducts are the future of HVAC design

Euro Air’s textile ducts provide a more effective and energy-efficient alternative to traditional air distribution systems.

Textile ducts, often known as fabric ducts, are air distribution ducts made of exclusively designed textile materials. 

They’re designed to distribute cold, heated or ventilated air through any building, regardless of size, and can be customized to meet a wide variety of air flow, air velocity and air exchange rates.

Heated, cooled, or ventilated air flows through a textile duct and exits evenly through the material’s lightweight and flexible surface. Cool air flows down naturally to collect in the occupied portions of the space below, resulting in an optimal indoor climate free from draughts and dead zones. Heated air can be distributed with laser cut holes, directional flow controlling baffles and strategically placed high-impulse nozzles. 

In short, textile ducts offer a simpler, smarter indoor climate solution.

Compared to traditional galvanized steel ducting, their benefits are clear.

Read More: Euro Air's Textile Ducting Product Guide 2021

textile ducting in the office

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Lightweight materials make installation easy

The average weight of a Ø-500 x 1.000 mm section of textile ducting is approximately 550g. Meanwhile, a Ø-500 x 1.000 mm section of galvanized steel ducting weights approximately 8,770g, 15 times more than its textile counterpart.

Thanks to their light weight, flexibility, and modular designs, textile ducts are incredibly easy to install, accelerating build times by as much as 70% while dramatically reducing transport, labour and energy related overheads.

For architects and designers, that also means no more worrying about delicate ceiling stresses or difficult spatial limitations—and no more compromising on good design.

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Non-corrosive surfaces are rust and condensation free

The entire surface area of a textile duct acts as one large diffuser, ensuring a steady flow of air through every inch of the textile material’s permeable surface. This eliminates the build-up of condensation along the inside of the duct and denies potentially harmful bacteria and mould a space to grow.

Plus, Euro Air’s textile ducts are produced from heat resistant and flame retardant materials, making them highly resilient even in environments with extreme indoor air temperatures.

And it goes without saying that textile materials are non-corrosive, making concerns about rust entirely a thing of the past.

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Modular designs and intuitive suspension maintenance a breeze

With lightweight, flexible materials and a convenient modular layout, textile ducting is incredibly easy to take down, clean and reinstall, encouraging a healthier and more hygienic indoor environment.

Unlike traditional HVAC systems, textile ducts can be washed in regular washing machines—eliminating highly specialised, time consuming maintenance procedures. These quick washing cycles spell an end to the disruptive hassle of traditional HVAC maintenance.

With textile ducts, clients no longer need to suspend operations just to keep their indoor climates clean or comfortable. Plus, regular washing cycles ensure that HVAC ducts are kept continuously free of harmful bacteria and germs, which is a top priority for any building manager in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.

Read more: What is Textile Ducting? A Beginner's Guide to the Future of HVAC Design

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Even air distribution is good for the environment

Textile ducts heat, cool and ventilate indoor environments much more efficiently than traditional HVAC systems, resulting in much lower system operating pressures and significant energy savings. This is because the entire surface area of a textile duct acts as one big diffuser, distributing air evenly across its entire length.

This uniform air distribution eliminates draughts and dead zones, while allowing textile ducts to operate extremely efficiently even at low cooling capacities. In other words, textile ducts can maintain a stable indoor climate and temperature with much less energy than traditional HVAC systems.

That’s great news for anyone looking to cut costs on energy consumption, as well as for architects or designers looking to reduce their carbon footprint with more sustainable, eco-friendly solutions.

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High quality, recyclable materials reduce waste

The environmental benefits of textile ducting go beyond energy efficient air distribution. In fact, every stitch and fibre of Euro Air’s textile ducts is engineered with environmental impact reduction in mind. This begins with the incredible quality of Euro Air’s raw yarns, which are carefully selected from just a handful of boutique European suppliers.

These raw yarns are transformed into textile materials in Euro Air’s very own weaving mill in Denmark, where every aspect of production is quality controlled to meet the very highest international standards. Total control over the entire production process results in a reliable, long-lasting product.

Better yet, Euro Air proudly provides the world’s only Cradle to Cradle certified textile ducts. Cradle to Cradle certification recognizes environmentally sustainable products that aspire to be 100% recyclable. 

In keeping with that goal, Euro Air’s air distribution ducts consume as few resources as possible during production and are composed almost entirely of recyclable raw materials, ensuring minimal waste and a circular product lifecycle.

All this makes Euro Air’s textile ducting the right choice for architects and designers committed to conserving resources, reducing their carbon footprints, and recycling their raw materials.

Read more: Cut costs and stay cool with energy-efficient HVAC ducting from Euro Air

textile ducting weaving mill

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Noise suppressing materials improve workplace comfort & productivity

Textile ducting dramatically reduces distracting ambient noise by eliminating vibrating metal components, while soft textile surfaces also serve to absorb noise. 

The result is a dramatic reduction in audible disturbances, high-frequency buzzing, and the total reverberation time of an indoor space.

These noise suppressing properties make textile ducting a perfect choice for any indoor environment where loud sounds tend to be an issue. For warehouses, factories, kitchens, labs and offices, Euro Air’s textile ducts offer a simple but immensely effective solution for improving workplace comfort.

And make no mistake, workplace comfort isn’t just a nice idea—studies have shown it can have a significant, quantifiable impact on professional performance. By improving workplace hygiene, reducing distracting noises, and increasing overall comfort, textile ducting results in happier, healthier, and more productive staff.

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Customisable designs meet any creative need

Euro Air’s textile ducts can be customised by shape, colour, size and air flow model, providing a bespoke solution for any architectural or engineering design challenge. 

Architects and designers can mix and match between textile types, ventilation methods, and suspension systems to produce a bespoke solution tailor-made for their creative needs.

A variety of round, half round, quarter round, and even recessed panel ducts provide an abundance of options to choose from. Meanwhile, flexible surfaces and lightweight forms make textile ducting perfect for complementing complex interior designs and restrictive space or weight requirements.

Euro Air’s textile ducts come in a huge variety of customisable colours too. Euro Air works with Kemotextil a/s to supply the highest quality dyes for all of their textile materials, allowing them to satisfy virtually any colour related design decision.

And with complete control over the production process, Euro Air can also accommodate decorative requests dealing with patterned prints, branded company logos or even unique or combination duct shapes.

With so many opportunities for customisation, textile ducting brings an unprecedented degree of creative control to HVAC design.  

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 textile ducting in red  textile ducting in white

In-house design software makes planning easy

With their specially developed TBV Designer software, Euro Air can provide PDF drawings, DXF files and technical documents unique to your architectural and engineering needs.

The state-of-the-art TBV Designer software incorporates decades of technical experience in textile based ventilation, providing data on thermal air velocities in occupied zones, pressure loss, audio data, and automatically generated drawings in PDF or DXF files as required.

Architects, designers and project engineers can simply provide Euro Air’s customer support teams with their required air flow rates, space dimensions and project goals, and Euro Air will use the TBV Designer tool to provide an optimized system in return.

The TBV Designer tool can also assist in personalising your HVAC design. It’s a fantastic way to make sure your creative choices will succeed even in taxing indoor environments like factories, laboratories, and manufacturing or processing plants.

Euro Air is constantly improving the TBV Designer program with the latest technology, providing the most up-to-date visualisation and engineering design assistance software on the market.

By handling the technical details, Euro Air’s TBV Designer gives architects and designers the freedom to do what they do best: design.

Read More: Euro Air & The Future of Sustainable HVAC Design

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Textile Ducting solves Southeast Asian climate challenges

We’ve seen how Euro Air’s textile ducting stacks up against traditional galvanized steel HVAC systems. The operational, environmental and aesthetic advantages of textile ducts are clear.

But in the world of architecture and design, context matters. Luckily, there’s no need to talk about the benefits of textile ducting in the abstract alone.

Euro Air’s next generation HVAC systems are already optimising indoor climate all around Southeast Asia; addressing real world challenges from humidity and mould to dead zones, draughts and noise.   

So let’s take a closer look at how textile ducts stand to benefit your next industry specific design project.

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Comfort ventilation for offices, schools and kitchens

A good indoor climate is essential for any space designed to maximise the comfort of large crowds. Offices, conference centres, concert halls, sound studios, canteens, schools and child care facilities all function much more effectively with better, more uniform air distribution. 

By eliminating draughts, dead zones and distracting noises, textile ducts are the perfect fit for any indoor environment with a high demand on comfort.

For proof, look no further than DK Engineering Ltd.

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textile ducting in DK engineering

 

DK Engineering Ltd. office breathes easy with FBS Panels from Euro Air

DK Engineering’s regional office in Hanoi, Vietnam, used to struggle with uncomfortable draughts and runaway energy bills. They were eager to upgrade their office’s HVAC system, but in the tropical climate of Vietnam, they knew that a full scale renovation would be a major challenge.

“Office upgrades take time, and we couldn’t just ask our staff to work in humid, 30 degree conditions for weeks on end while the job was underway,” says Nguyen Song Nhat Anh, an office administrator with DK Engineering Ltd.

Halting office operations to accommodate a big installation wasn’t an option.

“That’s why we were thrilled to learn that Euro Air can be installed in just a few days,” says Nhat Anh.  

Like most offices, DK Engineering’s Hanoi headquarters also needed to make the most of their available space. Nhat Anh and the rest of the DK Engineering team were especially concerned about installing textile ducting in their main meeting room, where the ceilings are low and open space is at a premium.

“We loved the idea of having Euro Air’s textile ducts in the office, but we figured that our ceiling was just too low to fit everything in.” Nhat Anh recalls.

The solution was Euro Air’s FBS panels. 

FBS Panels are tiled ceiling diffusers utilizing Euro Air’s permeable textile materials, so their whole visible surface acts as a single diffuser. They’re ideal for suspended ceilings and operate at lower pressures than standard diffusers, providing a cost-saving and energy efficient alternative to galvanized steel ducts. 

With FBS Panels, fresh air is evenly distributed across the entire surface of the panel, resulting in a healthier, more comfortable, draught-free indoor climate.

“The FBS Panels are perfect for our office. Our meeting room used to have unstable temperature along with occasional noise coming from the diffusers, but the new FBS Panels helped eliminate all those problems,” Nhat Anh says. 

From helping office managers save-energy and improve workplace hygiene, to eliminating subtle distractions and boosting employee productivity, textile ducting is a sure win for any office upgrade project.

Read More: Upgrading & Renovating Offices with Textile Ducting from Euro Air

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Industrial climate control for manufacturing facilities, food terminals and processing factories

Euro Air’s permeable textile materials eliminate the build-up of condensation, discouraging the growth of harmful bacteria and mould.

Coupled with hassle free washing cycles, this dramatically improves workplace hygiene—reducing the risk of contamination in food production sites while optimizing productivity in warehouses, high bay terminals and large-scale work rooms.

What’s more, healthier, happier staff are proven to be more productive in the workplace. 

Mondelez Kinh Do learned all this first-hand in their new food factory in Hung Yen province, Vietnam.

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textile ducting in Kinh Do factory

 

Mondelez Kinh Do eliminates condensation problems with textile ducting

Snack industry giant Mondelez International first acquired Kinh Do, an immensely popular Vietnamese snack company, back in 2015. 

In their new factory in Hung Yen province, Vietnam, the freshly coined Mondelez Kinh Do team would produce snacks for a plethora of internationally acclaimed brands like Oreo and Ritz, leaving them no room to compromise on quality.

“Initially, the whole factory was being ventilated with traditional air handling units and corrugated iron ducts,” says Mr. Nguyen Dinh Vu, a contracted site manager for Mondelez Kinh Do.

Unsurprisingly, it wasn’t long before recurring condensation issues began to raise concerns about mould. To get ahead of the problem, management at Mondelez Kinh Do knew they would have to do something different. 

Traditional steel ducting just wasn’t working anymore.

“Textile ducts don’t collect water or condensation like galvanized steel systems do, so Euro Air was perfect for preventing mould in the factory,” says Vu. “For Mondelez Kinh Do, factory hygiene is a top priority, so they were thrilled to hear how easy it would be to keep their new Euro Air system clean,” Vu adds.

Thanks to their lightweight materials and modular design, cleaning the new textile ducts at the Mondelez Kinh Do factory is a simple, hassle free process. Regular washing cycles have helped ensure that the entire system continues to operate at peak performance.

The Mondelez Kinh Đô factory’s textile ducts were installed in July 2020, and as Mr. Nguyen Dinh Vu is happy to report, they still look, work and feel just like new. Great news for factory staff and snack food fans alike.

Read More: Mondelez Kinh Đô cuts costs and eliminates mould with textile ducts from Euro Air

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Design friendly ducts for restaurants, showrooms, shops and theatres

Euro Air provides a huge variety of specialised air distribution systems, each one featuring a dynamic modular design. 

Customizable colours, shapes and sizes, paired with decorative branding options, guarantee a design-friendly HVAC solution for any indoor environment, regardless of size.

Meanwhile, noise reducing materials and draught free ventilation shift the focus away from disruptive climate control systems and back to what really matters in a room—after all, sometimes the best HVAC solution is the one you never even notice is there. 

With so much flexibility, a comfortable, bespoke solution for any restaurant, showroom, shop or theatre is all but guaranteed. 

But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what Takashi Niwa Architects, the firm behind Vietnamese restaurant chain Pizza 4P’s new Hai Phong location, has to say about textile ducting.

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textile ducting in pizza 4ps

 

Pizza 4P's improves sustainability with eco-friendly textile ducts

Pizza 4P's is an award-winning restaurant group with a deep commitment to environmental sustainability. 

So when the time came for Takashi Niwa Architects to design Pizza 4P's latest restaurant, they knew they needed an eco-friendly HVAC solution.

“We wanted to make sure that our design for the new venue lived up to Pizza 4P’s sustainable ethos,” says Kyohei Takahashi, Project Manager with Takashi Niwa Architects, “and Euro Air fit right on that target. It offered exactly the kind of sustainable alternative to traditional steel ducts that we were looking for.”

But for Kyohei and the rest of the Takashi Niwa team, the advantages of textile ducting went beyond energy efficiency alone.

“It was the first time I’d heard anything about textile ducting... It was a completely new idea with striking design potential,” Kyohei says. 

The Takashi Niwa team was particularly attracted to textile ducting’s modular layout. This not only drastically speeded up installation times, it also enabled a variety of interesting new design applications.   

“We originally planned on using two different sizes of duct to distribute air through the 250 square meter restaurant, one larger size for a wider space and a separate smaller one for a more enclosed area,” Kyohei says.

“We decided having two different sizes wouldn’t look as nice, so we worked with Euro Air to integrate the two ducts into a single uniform design. Now we have just one, straight, simple, beautiful textile duct that’s all the same size and level,” says Kyohei.

“[It's] fantastic from a design standpoint, especially for helping conceal all of the messy electrical cables, pipes and ducts that cluttered up our site. All of that is now hidden behind the flexible surface of the duct,” Kyohei adds.  

Of course, with textile ducting, you can also create something much more decorative. 

“Being able to customize the colour, pattern and design of the textile material is great, and of course something you can’t do with traditional steel ducting without incurring many extra costs. I’m very excited to explore those options in the future,” says Mr. Takahashi.

Read More: How Pizza 4P's is Embracing the Future of Sustainable HVAC Design

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Laboratory ventilation for pharmaceutical facilities, clean rooms, and R&D facilities

Textile ducts provide a high air exchange rate without high velocity air flow. 

This makes them an ideal choice for any indoor environment where atmospheric stability is essential.

Easy maintenance also ensures a contamination free environment, while flexible duct shapes and sizes maximize free space for large equipment. 

All this makes Euro Air’s textile ducts a perfect match for pharmaceutical production spaces, R&D labs, AV fume occupied zones, and cupboard extracts. 

Read More: Ecco Shoe Factory beats the heat with textile ducting from Euro Air

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textile ducting in lab

 

Cost effective heating, cooling and ventilation for sports, leisure and fitness centres

Textile ducting provides a comfortable, clean and cost-effective solution for large indoor spaces.

The uniform air distribution provided by Euro Air’s textile ducts enables them to function extremely effectively even at low operating pressures, resulting in cost effective and energy efficient climate control. That’s a win for the climate, indoors and out.  

With a range of both high and low impulse air distribution systems, Euro Air is perfect for sports halls, gyms and fitness studios of any size. 

Read More: Euro Air's Textile Ducting Product Guide 2021

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Find out what Euro Air Southeast Asia can do for you

With top quality products imported directly from Denmark, and a huge variety of models, sizes, and designs to choose from, Euro Air’s textile ducts are guaranteed to meet the needs of any HVAC design project.

From factories and offices all across Southeast Asia to Elon Musk’s SpaceX factory at the Kennedy Space Centre in Florida, textile ducts are fast becoming the smart choice for developers, architects and designers in search of future-proofed air distribution systems in the era of ‘the new normal’. 

Embrace a better indoor climate for your next design build, and find out more about what Euro Air can do for you today.  

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