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Redefining Air Dispersion

DuctSox┬« air dispersion products are an innovative and cost effective fabric alternative to traditional metal ductwork providing precise and efficient heating, cooling, or ventilating for virtually any building application. DuctSox systems are well established in the HVAC industry. They have been in use for more than 35 years in a variety of environments, including gymnasiums, pools, food processing, fitness centers, convention centers, schools and warehouses.

DuctSox fabric ductwork installed in a server aisle of a data center.

Airflow Solutions for Data Centers

A poorly designed data center can cost a fortune in operating expenses, and that’s just for maintaining consistent temperatures. With DuctSox newest innovative airflwo products you can now use targeted air dispersion to more efficiently cool your server space and achieve a better Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) rating.


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Athletic Facilities

DuctSox air dispersion systems are a perfect fit for large indoor sporting facilities such as indoor practice venues, fitness spaces, and competitive arenas. Other applications include convention centers, aircraft hangars and other high bay areas. 

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DuctSox Engineering & Design Manual

When designing a fabric system, DuctSox engineers will detail performance and design requirements while creating a custom solution for your application.

In addition to design assistance, DuctSox provides an extensive Engineering and Design Manual that will guide you through the key elements of a DuctSox system.

Whether for a new building or retrofitting an existing space, DuctSox Airflow Solutions just make more sense than metal ductwork.

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Airport Terminal

Athletic Facility

Auto Dealer

Data Center

Fitness Center

Fruit Packing Plant

Grocery Store

Grow Facility


Laboratory & Healthcare



Office Space

Pool Area

Restaurant & Bar Area

Convention Center

Student Center

Temporary Tent Structure

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