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Duct Hangers give large fabric duct inflated appearance.
Duct Hangers give large fabric duct inflated appearance.
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July 11, 2008 - Designed for larger fabric ductwork diameters in open architecture ceilings, 4x2 Suspension System(TM) simulates aesthetic inflated appearance even when heating/cooling air handlers are idle. Dual tension cables support duct clasps at 11 and 1 o'clock positions, while sculpted aluminum brackets support 10 and 2 o'clock positions with D-ring clips. Hanger system supports 50-60 in. dia DuctSox®, and factory-sewn D-clasps snap into ends of bracket to accelerate installation.

DuctSox® 4x2 Suspension System(TM) Gives Large Fabric Duct an Inflated Appearance


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DuctSox
4343 Chavenelle Dr.
Dubuque, IA, 52002
USA



Press release date: July 8, 2008

Air dispersion products manufacturer, DuctSox®, Dubuque, Iowa, has introduced the 4x2 Suspension System(TM), the HVAC industry's only hanger system for larger fabric ductwork diameters in open architecture ceilings that simulates an aesthetic inflated appearance even when heating/cooling air handlers are idle.

An evolution of DuctSox's revolutionary 3x1 Suspension System(TM) 2006 introduction for 10 to 48-inch DuctSox, the patent-pending 4x2 Suspension System(TM) supports 50 to 60-inch diameter DuctSox, making it perfect for uniform transitions from large to small fabric air dispersion systems. The 4x2 Suspension System uses dual tension cables to support duct clasps at the 11 and 1-o'clock positions, while the lightweight, sculpted aluminum brackets support the 10 and 2-o'clock positions with D-ring clips. The result is a perpetually inflated appearance with a significantly reduced inflation surge and "popping" sound common to all fabric duct systems during HVAC equipment start-up.

The factory-sewn D-clasps quickly snap into the ends of the bracket, which help make installation up to 45-percent faster than "H-Track" and 15-percent faster than two-row tension cable systems. Overall, the 4x2 Suspension System saves up to 60 percent in installation/labor costs versus similar sized metal duct.

The 4x2 Suspension System(TM) hangers come standard in a solid light grey, black, charcoal or white powder-coated finish. Custom colors are available to coordinate with duct or interior design colors.

For more information on DuctSox and its line of fabric air dispersion products, please visit www.ductsox.com or call 866-DUCTSOX-ext. 6055.
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