PRIHODA Fabric Ducting Defrost Damper

Explore how Prihoda Defrost Damper works.

The Defrost Damper (DeDa) collapses over the evaporator fan face, blocking off the front of the cooler, this stops unwanted fan rotation and speeds up the process of defrosting.

It is made of NLW fabric which ensures proper coverage of the cooler and has a hydrophobic treatment to prevent frosting.

Our 100% post-consumer recycled fabric is free of redlist ingredients, so it’s ideal for any Living Building Challenge or Well Building project.

Refrigeration & Low-Temperature Areas

In large cold storage areas, Prihoda Fabric Ducting distribution systems provide uniform air distribution, ensuring the maintenance of stable product temperatures and temperature zones.

In production zones with large amounts of people working in low temperatures, high air velocity will be a major cause of discomfort and may cause a higher sickness or absence rate.

Fabric ducts and diffusers disperse cold air without causing drafts. Creating comfortable, low-velocity environments for workers and products alike.

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Customized Air Distribution & Defrost Dampers

Prihoda has developed a wide range of ducting and dispersion options, with a full line of different fabric types, duct shapes, mounting styles, and dispersion methods.

These options can be combined in any number of configurations, to create a fully customized, precision-engineered air distribution system that meets the requirements of any space.

Defrost dampers reduce the time required for defrosting, hence increasing the efficiency and overall operation or evaporators while also helping to reduce operating costs.

Draft-Free Ventilation & Consistent Air Flow

The necessary low room temperature typical of food holding areas can lead to heavy cooling demand.

The precise control of air movement, distribution, and velocity possible with a tailor-made system like Prihoda’s makes it ideal for a commercial refrigeration environment.

Our fabric ducting systems are capable of directing air to maintain an optimal production environment without negatively affecting the worker’s environment.

Energy Efficient Systems That Support Sustainable Design

With Prihoda Recycled, we are proud to help support the green building movement with traceable, certifiably sustainable products.

Our 100% post-consumer recycled fabric is free of redlist ingredients, so it’s ideal for any Living Building Challenge or Well Building project.

And our technical resources and design tools give architects and their mechanical design teams an added edge, helping to ensure success in sustainable design.

Professionals We Serve

Facility Designers

Prihoda brings the expertise for your air distribution systems. Fabric ducting improves airflow and indoor air quality. Prihoda’s modular design makes creating a custom-engineered system easy for nearly any space. Prihoda offers the expertise and support needed to make your next project a success.

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Architects and Owners

Prihoda is committed to being a trusted partner at every stage of the design process. Prohoda can provide custom colors, images, and patterns for your unique building needs. Our products can either blend in or stand out for your specific overall desire.

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Contractors and Facility Maintenance

Prihoda’s technical expertise shines through from our easy-to-install ducting to our competitively priced products, Prohoda will be with you at every stage, from initial planning to design and installation. Discover how impactful working with Prihoda’s flexible and affordable air ducting systems can be.

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Building Blocks Of A Fully Customized Air Distribution System

Today’s textile diffuser systems are constructed from highly engineered polyester fabrics—materials that do not rust or corrode and do not need any sealing, painting, or finishing once installed. This material allows for an extremely flexible ventilation design.

Prihoda has developed a wide range of ducting and dispersion options, with a full line of different fabric types, duct shapes, mounting styles, and dispersion methods. These options can be combined in any number of configurations, to create a fully customized, precision-engineered air distribution system that meets the requirements of any space.

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