Displacement ventilation diffusers provide a high level of flexibility, as they may be installed in floors, walls, ceilings and even fixtures and still supply air to the space effectively.
This high degree of flexibility can help the architect realize their design vision for the space while accomodating any mechanical constraints the building may have.
Displacement ventilation systems can also compensate for load distribution changes, which is a shortfall of overhead systems. A great example is a classroom where the air distribution system
has been designed to accomodate students at their desks. If all of the students were to gather in one area of the classroom to complete an activity, the bouyancy forces of air that
displacement captilizes on would ensure that the fresh air supply is driven to where it is needed most.
Displacement Ventilation & Customization
Displacement Ventilation & Energy Efficiency
Displacement Ventilation & Indoor Air Quality
Displacement Ventilation & Mechanical Flexibility
Displacement Ventilation & Thermal Comfort