Spaces Air Distribution Products

Spaces Air Distribution Products

Air distribution refers to the distribution of air to and from conditioned spaces within a building. An air distribution system includes all sub-components, such as fans, filters, dampers, ductwork, etc. Air distribution systems come in a variety of material types, for example, fiberglass and galvanized metal.


Air Filter

A particulate air filter is a device composed of fibrous, or porous materials which removes solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria from the air.Filters containing an adsorbent or catalyst such as charcoal may also remove odors and gaseous pollutants such as volatile organic compounds or ozone.

Duct (GI) - -Rectangular, Oval, Circle

GI ducts in general manufactured as spiral ducts for round ducts application , and rectangular ducts. They are of lesser weight than MS ducts and is easy to install.


The air supply diffuser is a device that delivers and ventilates conditioned air in an area, mixes indoor air, and manages air output. It works by reducing the air duct velocity by increasing the static pressure.


Damper (also called a duct damper) is a movable plate, located in the ductwork, that regulates airflow and redirects it to specific areas of the home. Dampers are typically used in zoning or “zone control” systems.


The compressor in the air conditioner or heat pump circulates refrigerant. Refrigerant absorbs and releases heat as it travels between the indoor and outdoor units, helping to maintain a cool and comfortable indoor temperature.

Cooling / Condenser Coil

The condensing coil is where the liquid mixture changes from liquid to gas. This compressed, cooled gas is then pushed through the ventilation system. In the vapor-compression and refrigeration cycle, the condenser coil is the evaporator. This process is repeated to continually supply the building with cooled air.


EC Fan :- This electronic control is what gives EC motors their benefits. It's efficient, quiet, degrades slower, runs cooler, and can receive or send signals to a computer. Centrifugal Fan :- The centrifugal fans consists of blades aligned 90° to the axis of the rotor. The construction of these fans resembles the hamster wheel. These fans are suitable for generating high-volume air for cooling and ventilation applications. Axial & Propeller Fan :- They are coupled with auto-shutter or gravity-shutter where their louver will automatically close when their fan is not in operation. As the name suggests, wall-mounted propeller fans are installed on the wall. In residential buildings, they can be found in the kitchen and the toilet.