Double-layer louvered air outlets are generally used as air outlets, and can also be used directly with fan coils. They are widely used at the end of centralized air conditioning systems. They can also be split with multi-leaf control valves to adjust air volume.
The single-layer louver tuyere can adjust the up and down wind direction, the return vent can be combined with the tuyere filter, the angle of the segment can be adjusted, and there are ABS plastic fixing brackets between the blades. The fixed filter can be removed from the slide during cleaning, and then pushed in from the slide after cleaning to continue using it.
The fixed strip air outlet is used in the air-conditioning system for heating and cooling, and can be installed on the side wall or ceiling.
Self-hanging louvered air vents are automatically exhausted in air-conditioned rooms with positive pressure. Under normal circumstances, the louvers of the tuyere naturally sag due to their own weight to isolate the air exchange between indoor and outdoor. When the indoor air pressure is greater than the outdoor air pressure, the airflow blows the louvers and exhausts outwards. On the contrary, when the indoor air pressure is less than the outdoor air pressure, the airflow cannot be reversed. When flowing into the room, the tuyere has a one-way check function.