Throw pattern modeling and the fluctuations of air temperature
The long-awaited function is here: You can now examine a terminal’s throw pattern in different room and supply air temperatures. Temperature and its fluctuations affect the throw pattern notably, so by designing the throw pattern carefully air draught can be minimized in the room.
The picture above illustrates how the throw pattern of CLIK changes when the supply air temperature is lowered from 21 °C to 17 °C. The throw pattern can be modeled extremely precisely because Vent.X tool utilizes tested settings of the terminals.
The standard values for temperatures in Vent.X throw pattern designer are 21 °C and can be modified in “Diffuser” and “Room” options. The values are not limited to integers, so you can use as exact temperatures as you wish.
Observe the effect of adjustment setting
Quite often room conditions change and terminals need some sort of re-adjustment. With some of our products you have a chance to examine how the adjustment setting affects the throw pattern.
After selecting a product, size and air flow on the landing page of Vent.X, the “Adjustment setting” option activates and you can select the control setting of your choice. For those products that are still yet to have this option in Vent.X, the control settings are presented in a fully open position.