Ductsox SA

DuctSox is a manufacturer of textile air dispersion products for open ceiling architecture, critical environments, and under floor applications. Our fabric systems are a cost effective, aesthetically attractive alternative to metal ductwork. DuctSox strives to be the leader in the industry through a commitment to quality, service, and innovation.

Applications

 

open-ceiling critical-environments under-floor

Open Ceiling Architecture

DuctSox products are used to distribute and disperse air in Open Ceiling Architecture. There are two products to choose from: the Internal Framework System or our Traditional products.

The Internal Framework System option is also known as SkeleCore. It is available in two different models, SkeleCore FTS and SkeleCore IHS. Both models provide aesthetic enhancement and improved performance characteristics.

Our Traditional DuctSox products come in either Standard or Surface Mount.

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Critical Environments

For Critical Environments, DuctSox has developed both LabSox and KitchenSox.

LabSox products are fabric air dispersion devices designed for laboratory environments in critical applications commonly associated with a fume hood or other airflow sensitive equipment. LabSox offer uniform, low velocity, radially diverging air patterns.

KitchenSox offer commercial kitchens a solution to drafts that affect hood performance, cleanliness, food safety, and employee comfort. Air is dispersed through a fabric faced D-Fuser reducing drafts and condensation.

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Under Floor Air Distribution

UnderFloorSox (UFSox) is a fabric air dispersion system that improves airflow dispersion within the Under Floor Air Distribution (UFAD) plenum. Uniform temperature within the plenum reduces instances where in floor diffusers are exposed to higher or lower temperatures improving employee comfort.

With initiaves to provide efficient HVAC systems with individual controls, many design teams are turning to UFAD techology. Unlike conventional overhead air-mixing systems, UFAD Systems use the space beneath the raised access floor as a plenum to introduce air into the occupied space, usually through special floor-mounted diffusers.

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