Duct system design

Studies and sizing

Design of an aeraulic network must take account of various different, independent criteria:

  • Δt (the difference between the ambient temperature and the blowing temperature)
  • Air circulation rate
  • Air-flow
  • Type of diffusion
  • The shape of air diffusers
  • The height of textile diffusers
  • Static pressure available
  • Diffusion distance
  • Layout possibilities
  • Etc.

ATC relies on a design office whose mission is to design and validate the most efficient technical solution depending on the airflow result required.

An individual study is made for every project, which enables us to design made-to-measure solutions for all applications.

The ATC design office analyses:
  • The end-user application
  • The type of premises and conditions for installing networks
  • The aeraulic result required
  • Any specific constraints

The ATC design office recommends
  • A choice of textile in the Airnéo range
  • A type of diffusion (energy, micro-energy, radiant, impulsion)
  • A suitable type of support (rail, cable, reed, profile, etc.)
  • Fitting accessories

Powerful computer tools

Realism, a digital simulation tool
Aéro Textile Concept (ATC) has developed REALISM, a digital simulation offer for modelling airflows and simulating real phenomena.

Digital simulation is a major asset for:
  • Validating the final aeraulic result for an installation during the preliminary project phase (processes, very high premises, etc.)
  • Carrying out a much more accurate and in-depth analysis of an aeraulic network than by physical tests by perfectly recreating the atmospheric conditions in the premises concerned.

This offer has been especially developed for design offices and refrigeration and air-conditioning installers.

Duct system design
3D, explanatory plans and assembly instructions
All the assembly plans are drawn up in 3D.

File traceability by computerized archiving
ATC has acquired an Electronic Document Management system for centralizing all its production files.

Textile ducts are numbered and files are kept and archived by computer.