Apr 24 2019

Heating Mode

Posted by domain admin in News

In the premises of large volumes is often the problem of uniformity of temperature at various points on the premises, particularly when working in heating mode. This type of premises present certain particularities such as: – large volumes – volumes (Racks) impeding the diffusion of air – demands linked to the presence of sprinklage systems – presence of personnel in the areas of preparation of orders – presence of access doors to areas of docks in effect, the temperature difference between the blown air and ambient air can generate a uncomfortable air stratification, this since hot air is more lightweight than cold air, therefore, in the majority of cases are hot in the upper air and areas of cold air in the lower part of the room. The diffusion of air through traditional methods causes in these premises a stratification, or large air velocities. That is also difficult to respond to the requirements of hygiene and air quality. The phenomenon of stratification that occurs on the premises of high altitudes, can be controlled thanks to the distribution of air using high induction textile ducts, the value-added of the textile ducts lies in its adaptability to different modes of operation (cold, hot and reversible). The phenomenon of induction allows you to move large volumes of air ensuring a dissemination without draughts in the occupation zone. When boosting the air by means of textile ducts, air is injected with high speed through holes calibrated, creating turbulence that cause a significant depression around the holes.

This depression sucks the air surrounding the textile duct, allowing a heat exchange very important between two air masses. The heat exchange between the blown air and room air occurs around the duct and temperatures quickly are in thermal equilibrium. Upon presentation of this effect of thermal equilibrium allows air masses to move more easily and Therefore the risk of stratification is limited.