TMI, a supplier of PVC strip, film, and sheet products, introduces the Save-T Air Curtain. Providing a stream of air that covers a door opening, the Save-T Air Curtain improves work flow and productivity, while helping companies save on energy costs. The curtain also provides better control of workplace environments by creating an aerodynamic barrier that prevents air, insects, dirt, dust, and fumes from entering work areas. Conditioned air stays in the building, while outside air, flying pests, and other unwanted elements are kept at bay.
TMI's new air curtains feature an air compression chamber that makes use of the Coanda effect principle to collect air as it leaves the blowers and compress it into a concentrated stream that effectively covers the entire door opening. This airstream helps reduce unwanted air infiltration while enabling doorways to be left open so that people, equipment, and inventory can pass freely through them. Save-T Air Curtains typically pay for themselves in a matter of months through the energy savings they produce, the manufacturer says.
Made of stainless steel, the curtains are both corrosion-resistant and highly durable. They can be used in a variety of applications, including overhead doors, dock doors, cooler doors, and freezer doors. Depending on the application, Save-T Air Curtains can either be mounted overhead horizontally or recessed into the ceiling. If space is limited, they can be mounted vertically at the door's side.
Save-T Air Curtains are available for doors from 30 inches to 30 feet wide and up to 22 feet high. Options include internal heating components to accommodate colder environments.
Company: TMI Companies
Company URL: www.tmi-pvc.com