Whilst Spiralite ductwork delivers significant energy savings during the operation of HVAC systems, it is the reduced ongoing operational costs of cleaning, maintenance and repairs that makes a real difference to day-to-day management and delivers better air quality for users.
Spiralite can help improve organisational performance, both in terms of value for money and sustainability.
The ductwork minimises air leakage, reduces pressure drops, gives excellent strength and rigidity and optimizes airflow efficiencies and thermal performance. Often specified for sterile environments such as laboratories or high tech ‘clean rooms’ which have exacting requirements for optimal air quality, the more efficient design helps to avoid the accumulation of dirt whilst the internal cryogenic laminate has a natural anti-microbial smooth surface which not only resists dirt but makes it much easier to clean and maintain.
Ideally suited to a moist or chemically hostile environment, Spiralite has both outer and inner layers that do not deteriorate in quality or performance. The core phenolic insulation panel is impervious to damage from moisture, unlike metal ducting, so Spiralite does not have to be specially treated before installation and this makes it a high quality, cost effective option.