Diffuse Air Supply Systems
Perforated Air Channel
A universal method for supplying fresh air
Due to their modular design, perforated air channels are suitable for nearly every house type with an inserted ceiling below the attic. They are available in five different widths and consist of heat-insulated polyurethane (PU) plates. The individual hole pattern of the perforated plate ensures optimum fresh air ventilation throughout the house. Furthermore, this system guarantees an ideal adaptation to maximum summer air temperatures or conditions. The PU plates can also be used as partially or completely perforated ventilation ceilings.
Fresh air provided throughout the entire ceiling
DiffAir ceilings consist of glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) trapezoidal or aluminum sheets. Aluminum sheets have the advantage of being incombustible. DiffAir ceilings are installed at a height of 94.5 to 118 inches. They serve both as a diffuse air supply system and economical ceiling insulation, consisting of specially treated glass wool. Two layers of the glass wool are provided, permeable to airflow. An additional layer of fleece between the glass wool and the DiffAir plate acts as a water repellent. Fresh air enters uniformly along the entire ceiling for an even distribution while ensuring the maximum permitted air speed in the animal area.