**New Case Study** DuctSox air dispersion products recently aided Involta's Northpointe Data Center in achieving a top 5% efficiency ranking
**New White Paper** Fabric vs Metal: Six ways fabric air dispersion systems reduce lifetime ownership costs.
Our New Full-Line Brochure is now available for download in the Media Library.
Check out our newest product, DataSox! Click Here for information on our newest air dispersion product designed specifically for the data center industry.
Several installation videos are now available in our video library. DuctSox fabric duct installation saves you time and money compared to metal duct!
SkeleCore Pull-Tight is the newest addition to the SkeleCore line-up of Internal Framework Systems, maintaining fabric duct shape, with or without air in the HVAC system. Click here for the brochure. Click here for the video.
UFSox are engineered distribution and dispersion systems that provide uniform temperature and pressure for raised access floors.
Are metal diffusers causing drafts that affect hood performance, cleanliness, food safety, and employee comfort? KitchenSox products offer your commercial kitchen the answer you’ve been looking for!
Are caustic chemicals wreaking havoc on your ducts? Looking for a solution when bringing fresh air into this type of industrial setting? Give ChemSox a try!
LabSox are unique air dispersion systems that offer reduced discharge velocities for critical environments such as wet chemistry labs, microscopy, laser/optics, and more.
Personalize your DuctSox fabric air dispersion system with a logo, school name, company name, or slogan!
Our patented Adjustable Flow Device (AFD) helps control airflow. Check it out.
NEW PRODUCT : DuctSox introduces the C-Series DIffuser: Click Now for more information
"DuctSox’s Fabric Ductwork Exceeds Metal in Efficiency". Click to read more in the current issue of Green HVACR.
RSES Journal features "Dispersion Conversion". Data Centers turn to Fabric Air Systems to solve critical airflow challenges.
DuctSox featured in the weekly edition of HVAC News.Click Here to read this week's article "The State of Fiber, Spiral, and Flexible Ducts in HVAC".
DuctSox Named Associate Partner of Randy Meyer Racing. Congrats to Megan Meyer and the team for bringing home her 6th career win for the year!
Texas Christian University sports arena renovation using DuctSox SkeleCore Jumbo FTS is featured in the July/August issue of Retrofit Magazine. Read the full article HERE.
An electronic copy of the TCU Case Study is available for download in the Media Library.
Iowa School’s Energy-Efficient HVAC Retrofit Saves Tax Payers Millions of Dollars in Long-Term Energy Savings. Click HERE to read the full article.
DuctSox and Involta Collaborate to Design Energy-Efficient Cooling for Data Center. Read the full article HERE.
Introducing DataSox! Click Here for info on our new air dispersion products designed specifically for the data center industry.
DuctSox in the news: The city of Florissant, MO goes green featuring DuctSox in their new civic center. DuctSox featured at 1:43 into the video. WATCH HERE
DuctSox in the news: "Facility managers find ventilation solutions with DuctSox fabric duct!" Read the full white paper HERE.
DuctSox Silencer featured in the July/August issue of Facility Executive Magazine! Read the Article HERE.
Sound an issue? Click here for info on our Silencer Fabric Sound Attenuator.
Now offering larger sizes for SkeleCore FTS! JUMBO sizes ranging from 50” to 84”.
Check out the freshly updated DuctSox Full Line Catalog!
DuctSox featured on the front page of the RSES Journal! Click Here to read the full article.
DuctSox in Growing Facilities. Improve airflow in growth chambers, critical growth, overhead, and under table applications. See the new brochure.
DuctSox in the News. Construction Canada article, Designing Fabric Duct Ventilation.
FREE Continuing Education Course. Fabric Ductwork: The Metal Alternative. Go to www.aecdaily.com/sponsor/ductsox
Check it out! DuctSox's SkeleCore FTS is featured in a video filmed at Gas Monkey Garage. Go to video.