Wall diffusers, where the diffuser itself and the plenum box is placed in the wall or in a skirt, is used in combination with – or as an alternative to ceiling diffusers. When the wall diffusers are used in combination with ceiling diffusers, the ceiling diffusers will typically be used for supply air and the wall diffusers for exhaust air. If the entire ceilings area has to be freed for ex. other installation needs, or because there isn’t a suspended ceiling in the room, there is great advantage in using the wall diffusers for both supply air and exhaust air. That way you can avoid visible duct mounting in the room itself, and instead you get the possibility of placing air ducts in the corridor, hallway or other similar places. In order to supply air to comfort zones, diffusers with an adjustable jet pattern or a built-in function to ensure the Coanda effect against the ceiling. That way too much velocity is avoided in the occupied zone.
Lindabs serie of ceiling diffusers, Versio, Formo and Integra is typically used in offices and similar rooms but can be used almost anywhere you wish to maintain low velocities in the occupied zone as well as low temperature gradients from floor to ceiling. There is a large selection of diffusers in different designs and with different functions, which can be the used depending on the rooms needs.
Clean Room Diffusers
Clean room is traditionally used within the pharmaceutical and bio-technical industry, but also producers of food and electronics are often forced to comply with demands which require a clean room. We have found it natural to co-operate with some of the world’s leading companies within the pharmaceutical industry to create an optimal solution. Using their knowledge about the daily use of clean rooms as a work place, we have developed solutions that complies with the high demands for clean rooms with regards to both installation and operation. Lindabs clean room diffusers are used in many companies and within many different industrial sectors.