Lay-in fabric diffusers for suspended ceilings

Another patented innovation from Prihoda, the SquAireTex® diffuser is made entirely of fabric supported by a lightweight aluminum frame. The concealed plenum can be made from insulated or uninsulated non-woven fabric and includes a sewn-in perforated baffle to ensure even dispersion from the entire diffuser. As with all Prihoda systems, every air outlet is laser cut for a precise, efficient, and durable design. The SquAireTex® Swirl design provides excellent induction and mixing for superior occupant comfort, SquAireTex® Flow uses special channeling pockets to direct air flow in multiple directions, and the SquAireTex® Perfo uses small perforations to distribute low velocity, laminar flow for critical environments like labs and cleanrooms.

Tailored inlet plenums ensure even delivery of air

Supply air is evenly distributed across the diffuser with specially tailored fabric plenums, minimizing pressure loss. An integral equalizing baffle assures uniform distribution across the entire diffuser.

The SquAireTex® diffuser is zipped to the plenum back. So the diffuser can be removed easily for cleaning or changing airflow direction.

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High induction swirl for optimum comfort levels

This video demonstrates the workings of the SquAireTex® Swirl pattern, one of our most popular distribution methods. The use of fabric and special channeling pockets enable us to achieve the same or better technical parameters as those obtained from traditional swirl diffusers and anemostats.

SquAireTex® Flow Types

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High-induction swirl pattern for optimum occupant comfort.

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Perforated diffuser provides laminar distribution of air.

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One Way Flow
The air is distributed in a single direction.

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Two Way Flow
The air is distributed in two opposite directions.