KE-Inject® Fabric Ducting system
The key difference between the KE - Inject Fabric
Ducting and KE - DireJet Fabric ducting is induction,
ie the ability to entrain room air. The KE - Inject
Fabric Ducting comprises groups of small holes in
the textile, resulting in an induction of room air on
a huge scale around the jet.
This means that the velocity rate in the jet is
reduced more quickly than for the KE - DireJet
Fabric Ducting but the throw length and
penetration length are also reduced.
The KE-Inject fabric ducting System, unlike the
low impulse system, can be used for cooling,
ventilation and heating.
The reason for this is that high impulse systems, unlike low
impulse systems, are less dependent on external effects, such as
convective heat currents in the room.
Supply air is delivered at high velocity through 5mm
perforations in the fabric, the result is that the air is
discharged into the room instead of being gently distributed
through the textile surface at low velocity.
KE Fibertec markets three types of KE-Inject fabric ducting
Systems, with their characteristic patented hole design running
along the ducting's length. The systems are referred to
as KE-Inject Low Velocity, KE-Inject Medium Velocity and
KE-Inject JET according to the pattern of holes.
Adjustments to the hole pattern enables KE Fibertec
to control the air flow very accurately. For short throw
lengths and a high degree of mixing, a KE-Inject Low Velocity
System with large spacing between the groups of holes is
If the air must travel a longer distance with less mixing, the KE
Inject JET System with a constant spacing between the holes is
utilised. The KE-Inject Medium Velocity System sits between
Typical inject fabric ducting applications, Swimming Pools,
Read more about
the KE-Inject System in our catalogue