Airborne room units

The air diffusers supply the premises with a fresh indoor climate. Ideally, you should not even notice that they are there. Swegon’s air diffusers are silent, draught-free and designed to blend in with the surroundings.

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Airborne room units

A first-rate indoor climate is needed in order to be comfortable and feel good. Quiet, without draught and with an appearance that blends into its surroundings is precisely what our air diffusers do.

There are many factors that determine which air diffuser is right, but our extensive range makes it easy to meet governing requirements. After exacting quality tests our air diffusers are developed to minimise both draughts and sound while offering high flexibility to satisfy the current need. With unique designs, it is easier then even to modify the distribution pattern and design when the surroundings change.

Swegon has air diffusers for many applications and environments and you can always count on:

- High comfort, quiet and draught-free!

- Easy to adapt to the activities conducted in the premises

- Attractive design that suits different environments

- High flexibility during installation and placement

What do you know about our nozzle air diffusers?

Did you know that our nozzle air diffusers offer many benefits? Among others, they are flexible and enable a number of different distribution patterns. Watch the distribution patterns in the film here below or read more about nozzle air diffusers and discover more distribution patterns via the link.

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SWEFLOW - A simple and straightforward app

In order to get the most out of Swegon’s products your installation must be adjusted correctly. With Sweflow you get help to adjust your air diffusers or waterborne climate system. You can use the app to find the right k-factor in the database with Swegon’s products or enter the k-factor directly in the calculator to then calculate the commissioning pressure or air flow.

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