Fabric ducting can help control the environment within an indoor agriculture setup. It’s responsible for distributing conditioned air evenly throughout the indoor farming facility, maintaining the temperature and humidity levels required for optimal plant growth.

Fabric ducting systems provide superior air dispersion, are lightweight, and have a less invasive, faster installation process compared to traditional metal ductwork. They can be custom designed for the specific requirements of a space, and they provide uniform air distribution. They also will not sweat, rust or corrode. Significant cost savings, and custom aesthetics such as custom colors, logos and patterns.

By providing consistent and efficient air distribution, fabric ducting helps to maintain the optimal environment for plant growth. This ensures that plants grow healthier and faster, which can ultimately increase the overall yield of the indoor farm.

Fabric ducting is generally low maintenance. It’s typically designed to be machine washable, making it easy to keep clean. However, specific maintenance practices may vary based on the exact type and manufacturer of the fabric duct.

Yes, fabric ducting systems can often be tailored to meet the specific needs of a given space. This can include factors like size, shape, air dispersion needs, and more.

Fabric ducting is often made from recyclable materials, and its energy efficiency can contribute to a lower carbon footprint. However, the exact sustainability will depend on the specific manufacturing and use practices.

The best air dispersion type for your needs will depend on several factors, including the size, type and layout of your space, the climate, and the specific heating, cooling, or ventilation needs of your facility. A professional can provide advice based on these factors.

Custom ducting solutions can offer a range of air dispersion types. This includes micro-perforations for precise cooling, linear vents for focused directional airflow, nozzles for high-velocity targeted air, and more.

Air dispersion refers to the method by which air is distributed or spread throughout a space by a ducting system. Different dispersion types can be used depending on the needs of the space, such as cooling, heating, or ventilation needs.

We serve a wide range of industries including, but not limited to, commercial, residential, food industry, industrial manufacturing and distribution, health and wellness, educational, Indoor Agriculture, warehousing and sports facilities such as Gyms pools and Ice rinks.

The fabric duct system operates by using static pressure from a mechanical fan to disperse air through a specially engineered ducting diffuser made of fabric. It works much like traditional metal ducts, but it allows for a more uniform and efficient air distribution due to the use of permeable materials.

Fabric ducts offer several advantages over traditional metal ducts. They are lighter, more cost-effective, easy to install, and provide superior air distribution. Additionally, they can be laundered for hygiene maintenance, which is particularly beneficial for environments like food processing plants or hospitals.

Our fabric ducts are designed to be easy to clean. Most can be washed in a standard washing machine, but please check the specific cleaning instructions for your model. While they are easier to clean than metal ducts they will not require more cleaning than regular metal ducts. The level of filtration used and the type of space will often determine how frequently any duct needs to be cleaned. A professional can assist if you are unsure of a cleaning schedule.

Yes, fabric ducting systems can be tailored to fit the specific requirements of nearly any environment. This includes various shapes, sizes, colors, and air dispersion options to cater to unique architectural or aesthetic needs.

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