Press Release Summary:
Sonic Vent linear vent diffuser consists of mini-orifices with ultrsonically cut and welded edges that eliminate fraying. Cutting mini-orifices versus cut-and-sew process required with linear mesh vents retains product consistency and eliminates fabric surface imperfections. Vents are suitable for manufacturing and warehousing plants, athletic facilities, office buildings, restaurants, and other applications where indoor air quality is critical.
Original Press Release:
DuctSox's New Sonic Vent Offers Cost-Savings Plus Quietness For Fabric Duct.
New air discharge method through mini-orifices is expected to replace industry's more costly linear mesh vent designs.
For Immediate Release
Wednesday, April 30, 2003
800-456-0600 x 366
J.P.F. Assoc. Communications
DUBUQUE, Iowa-DuctSox®, a leading manufacturer of American-made air dispersion products, has introduced the Sonic Vent, a linear vent diffuser offering the industrial and commercial HVAC market a more cost effective, quieter, and aesthetic fabric duct system.
Versus metal ductwork with registers, fabric duct linear vents utilizing mini-orifices offer a value-engineered cost savings and a laboratory-tested quieter air flow for manufacturing & warehousing plants, athletic facilities, office buildings, restaurants and other applications where IAQ is critical.
The Sonic Vent consists of mini-orifices have an ultrasonically cut and welded edge to eliminate fraying that's associated with other manufacturing methods.
Cutting mini-orifices versus the cut-and-sew process required with linear mesh vents retains more product consistency and also eliminates fabric surface imperfections, according to test results.
"Product improvements such as our new Sonic Vent are a just part of the ongoing innovations at our manufacturing facility," said Cary Pinkalla, president, DuctSox.
For more information on DuctSox and its fabric duct air dispersion products, call 1-866-DUCTSOX, extension 406.