Why textile ducts?

Textile ducts are very well-suited for efficient, uniform, and draught-free distribution of fresh air without "dead zones".

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KE-Inject® Fabric Ducting system

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 5 mm 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 applied.

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 the two.

Typical inject fabric ducting applications, Swimming Pools, Cafe's, Factories

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Inject smoke simulation

From a ventilation technology perspective, the KE Inject System can be regarded as an active high impulse system for mixing ventilation. The KE-Inject System, unlike its low impulse counterpart, can be used for cooling, ventilation and heating.


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Safetrack Arches

Safetrack Dual Arch

Dual Arch mounting brackets feature the stability of double rails but at the same time are quick and easy to install.

Large textile ducts will be firmly suspended both with and without the air turned on and installation time is reduced considerably as the ducts are mounted in a single ceiling rail.

The frame system can be constructeed on the floor then lifted up to high level.

Safetrack Duct Arch

Duct Arch is a pre-bent aluminium rail mounted in hidden sewn-in pockets in the TBV ducts. The hidden Arches reduce sagging when the air is off to prevent snagging on other services. It also and prevent popping if no soft-start is used. 

The unique Safetrack is designed in a way so that the Arch brackets are easily clicked onto the ceiling rail without any tools.

Safe 360° Arch

The Safe 360° system consists of removable steel rings fitted every 1000 mm or 500 mm. The stainless steel rings are secured with velcro inside the ducts at 12, 3, 6 and 9 o'clock so they can easily be removed for washing. 

The ducts will keep looking inflated, this is our best solution if a soft start cannot be fitted.

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Curved textile ducts

We are able to offer curved textile ducts designed for a specific radius and with Safetrack rails that follow the shape of the duct. This product can be combined with both ordinary passive low impulse systems and with our hybrid solution in which the low impulse system is made with lasercut inject holes.

A good example is the system that KE Fibertec supplied to Algida Unilever's main office in Istanbul.

Mount Easy

For systems with difficult access, for instance in swimming pool areas where the TBV systems are suspended above the pool KE Fibertec offers a solutions with cord pull called Mount Easy. The Mount Easy system enables a single person to install textile ducts of up to 40 metres from one end.

This system is also useful when rails need to be installed when the area is dity, the ducts can be installed at a later date when the area is clean.

Coloured suspension rails

Specific types of suspension systems are now also available in any given colour. All visible parts are powder coated in a high impact-resistant quality finish.

KE Fibertec recommends the D-Lite Alu® rail for D-shaped systems with dimensions up to D800 mm. 

The rail is produced very simply and facilitiates fitting on level false ceilings. This rail is used to provide a competitive edge as an alternative to D-shaped systems in premises where the finish and appearance have high priority. This type of rail is also suitable where access is difficult.

KE Fibertec recommends the D-Alu rail in premises where the finish and appearance have high priority, as well as for D-shaped ducts with bends and sharp elbows. The specially developed closing system is ideal for use in both horizontal and vertical systems. The D-Alu rail is suitable where access is difficult.

The wire suspension system is the most simple of the various suspension systems offered by KE Fibertec. Nowadays the wire solution is used almost exclusively for round ducts in particularly humid environments. Single wire suspension is used most often with duct dimensions under Ø630 mm. Double wire suspension is used most often with duct dimensions over Ø630 mm.

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