Slimline wall diffusers can turn down to 40%

Published:  06 July, 2011

Schako, wall diffuser

Schako has introduced a slimline wall slot diffuser designed for use with supply- and return-air ducting. These diffusers have a slime profile that enable them to fit discreetly into a building’s interior design. A high induction ratio ensures fast reduction of the supply velocity and temperature difference in cooling mode.

Factory setting the diffuser at a slighter elevated horizontal throw ensures stability is retained as the air volume is reduced right down to 40%, making these diffusers well suited to VAV systems.

These diffusers are supplied with an integrated plenum box to ensure a uniform air supply over their whole area.

For more information on this story, click here: July 2011, 175

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