Wide range of applications

OPTIMUM CLIMATE FOR ALL REQUIREMENTS

Meets all requirements
air distribution, comfort climate,
Hygiene or assembly / maintenance.

PRECISE WITH EVERY
APPLICATION CASE

ISOTHERMAL

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion

Room ventilation through even air distribution
over the entire fabric surface.

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion & directional

Room ventilation through targeted recirculation ventilation.

Air supply without temperature difference
for air exchange at constant room temperature.

COOLING

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion

Room cooling through uniform air supply
over the entire fabric surface.

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion & directional

Uniform draught-free room cooling through targeted air distribution for an optimized room climate.

Air supply with negative temperature difference for cooling of the room temperature.

HEATING

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion

Room heating through uniform air supply
over the entire fabric surface.

Air discharge: Fabric diffusion & directional

Uniform air mixing through targeted air distribution for optimized heat distribution.

Air supply with positive temperature difference Heating of the Room temperature.

Heating and cooling in one

Depending on whether the system is operating in summer or winter, the actuator activates the corresponding heating or cooling mode.

Key feature:

The combination of displacement diffuser and directional diffuser in a TLS system enables both heating and cooling. This system cleverly utilizes the advantages of displacement ventilation and recirculation ventilation by switching between these two modes. The changeover between heating and cooling is controlled by an electromechanical actuator.

Depending on requirements, an integrated membrane within the hose allows either the upper or lower half of the hose to become impermeable to air. This means that in cooling mode, the cool air flows gently out of the upper half of the hose and slowly sinks to the floor without causing unpleasant draughts. When heating, on the other hand, the upper half of the hose is closed so that the warm air is directed downwards towards the floor for more efficient heat distribution and improved efficiency.

Setting position: UP

Warm air is pressed downwards to achieve better mixing with the cooler air layer in the room.

Position: DOWN

Cooled air is discharged upwards to achieve the widest possible distribution in the room.

Depending on whether the system is operating in summer or winter, the actuator activates the corresponding heating or cooling mode.

The advantages of displacement and recirculation ventilation are used alternately.

State-of-the-art simulations

STANDARD CASES

We have simulated the most important standard cases for you. We would like to clearly show you the uneven flow behavior of the air with different types of air conditioning.

OUR SERVICE

In many applications, the specialist planners are supported by professional simulation software. We use ANSYS Fluent in the numerical flow simulation (CFD). This allows indoor air flows to be simulated realistically and significantly supports the product development of textile air hoses.

THE RIGHT COMBINATION

COMPARISON BETWEEN

WELLS AND WELLS WITH ADDITIONAL PERFORATION

The thermodynamic property of cool supply air shows a typical “lobe formation” under the textile air hose in the case of the air duct type sources and at medium Δ-T. Depending on the specific parameters of the application, this can lead to air velocities above the comfort zone.

Homogeneous air velocities can be generated in the room with the perforation air duct type. The forced air rollers mix the room air and therefore provide a more comfortable climate in the occupied zone.

In the simulations below, a specific customer project was visualized with a temperature difference of -6K at a supply air temperature of 18°C and a cooling load of 325W per meter of air outlet.

The result of this optimization is a further significant reduction in air velocity and almost homogeneous air distribution throughout the room.

OPTIMAL CLIMATE WITH
ALL REQUIREMENTS

Ideal for all requirements for