Aedis Fabric Duct designs and sells textile ventilation systems (more commonly known as Fabric ducts/duct socks/sox) for draft-free air distribution in all types of rooms and applications.
Aedis Fabric Duct was one of the first fabric duct manufacturers established in 2003 and since then has grown into the largest fabric duct manufacturer in China.
Aedis Fabric Duct is located in Qingdao, China and is equipped with advanced calculation software enabling its experienced engineers to simulate the solution and to offer the best technical support in the fabric duct industry. This office was founded in 2003 and since then has successfully been expanding its coverage throughout China, and from 2012, we start to export our fabric air duct all over the world through some HVAC Manufacturers' Representatives.
We use proprietary 3d software to design your air dispersion system. Regardless of the design complexity our quality processes ensure delivery on target and on time. Technical flexibility of the system combined with environmental aspects and economic advantages are just some of the reasons why our air dispersion system has gained popularity with architects, developers and contractors worldwide, who often convert conventional metal ducting into fabric systems. Anything that can be done in metal can be done in fabric.
Fabric air dispersion is a fast growing segment. The lightweight nature of FabricAir’s system makes it ideal for a number of applications incl. temporary structures, like tents and exhibition halls, and retrofitting existing buildings. The anti-corrosive qualities make it hugely popular in sports arenas, natatoriums, industrial kitchens and not least cooling and freezing applications, where conventional metal ducting has significant shortcomings. The hygienic properties and the anti-microbial option makes it superior in food processing, food storage and medical applications. And the comfort created by the bespoke flow models make the indoor climate superior to conventional metal systems.
Using fabric ducting means creating an air dispersion system with any angles, any lengths and any diameters desired. There are no limitations when it comes to elbows, reducers and take-offs. Anything you would do in metal ducting can be done in fabric, and then some. As fabric ducting is not corrosive, there are a number of applications where fabric air dispersion systems are superior to conventional metal ducting. Fabric ducts are less noisy, condensation free and weight only a fraction of metal ducting.
Duct colors can be suited to the interior design scheme and it is possible to print logos and more on the surfaces. Ducts can even be delivered with special coating e.g. oil repellent, anti-microbial treatment, anti-static treatment and so on. Learn more about our versatile system design.
Another advantage of fabric systems over metal ducting is the high level of occupant comfort in ventilated zones. Using fabric allows the engineer to create the ideal flow model for any given space with no draft, no condensation, no noise and no dead zones. Experience has shown that using FabricAir dispersion systems in cold work environments has the added benefit of fewer sick days among employees, and anti-corrosive and hygienic nature of the ducting system makes it superior in cold and freezing facilities such as meat processing plants.
Fabric air dispersion systems are also known as textile ventilation systems, fabric ducts, duct socks, or sox, and are renowned for their flexibility and core benefits like draft-free, condensation-free, noiseless, corrosion-free and hygienic. FabricAir dispersion systems cover a wide range of applications incl. food, sport, Industrial, retail and public areas, education, offices and comfort in general, and medical industry. Learn more about applications.