The air vent is a device that exchanges indoor air with fresh air that meets the design requirements. It is a basic component of the ventilation system. The air outlet is a device that sucks indoor air away; the air outlet is a device that sends fresh air that meets the design requirements to the work area. So what are the classifications of air outlets? What are the functions of these types of tuyeres?
(1) Double-layer louver air outlets are generally used as air outlets, and can also be directly used with fan coils. They are widely used at the end of centralized air-conditioning systems, and can also be used with folio multi-leaf regulators to adjust air volume.
(2) The single-layer louver air outlet can adjust the up and down wind direction, the return air outlet can be used with the air outlet filter, the segment angle can be adjusted, and ABS plastic fixing brackets are provided between the blades. When cleaning the fixed filter, the filter can be taken out from the slideway, and it can be used after being pushed in from the slideway after cleaning.
(3) Fixed strip air vents are used in heating and cooling air conditioning systems and can be installed on side walls or ceilings.
(4) Self venting air-conditioned rooms with positive pressure are vented automatically. Under normal circumstances, the louvers rely on the weight of the air vent to sag naturally, to isolate the indoor and outdoor air exchange. When the indoor air pressure is greater than the outdoor air pressure, the airflow blows the louvers away and exhausts the air outward. On the contrary, when the indoor air pressure is less than the outdoor air pressure, the airflow cannot be reversed. Into the room, the air vent has a one-way check.