Worker-Controlled Factair™ Terminal Outlets

Factair Terminal Outlets

Most industrial plants use ducted air distribution with low-level discharge for the most efficient heating and cooling of work zones located in large, open areas. The low-level discharge is accomplished through the use of drops from the main air system to the work zone.

To effectively use low-level distribution for heating and cooling, positive control of the velocity of the ducted air over the worker is required. Because of the natural variables associated with each individual and the continuing change in ambient conditions, this important velocity level cannot be a preset figure. Ideally, the worker should be able to easily adjust the velocity and air pattern to suit his or her individual comfort needs.

The Factair terminal outlet from McGill AirFlow is the first device of its kind to truly allow the worker to control the velocity and pattern of the low-level air being discharged into the work zone.


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McGill AirFlow's Factair™ Terminal Outlets:

Features
Air Pattern Selection
Models and Dimensions
Materials of Construction

Performance Data Sheet (.pdf)

Select a Factair Terminal Outlet—get acoustical and airflow data

 

 


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