Acoustic aluminium flexible ducting is designed to reduce cross-talk output noise in ducted systems. The flexible ducting has an inner duct, constructed with 25mm fibreglass insulation, also helps to maintain thermal insulation and which acts as a vapour barrier.

The outer jacket of this acoustic flexible ducting is a spirally produced multi-layer aluminium/polyester laminated fabric which has been reinforced with a fibreglass yarn. This provides an outstanding combination of strength and tear resistance. Easy to connect to round ducting without special tools for cutting or fixing, the flexible ducting is used extensively within the UK market.

The aluminium insulated flex is supplied in a standard 10 meter length, compressed to 1.6 meters which come packaged in individual boxes.
Typical uses of flexible ducting include:
• Ventilation systems
• Air conditioning systems

Why Choose Aluminium Ducting?
Aluminium ducting has a number of benefits. It enables ducting to be flexible as well as allowing for thermal insulation. This aluminium insulated flexible ducting has been developed to minimise heat gain & loss that can come from the difference in temperature between the airflow & the ambient air that surrounds it.

The vapour barrier prevents condensation from forming on the outside of the flexible aluminium ducting that carries air which is at lower temperatures than the surrounding ambient air.

The main benefits of this ducting are:
• Thermic insulation (preventing heat or cold loss)
• Noise reduction
• It is easily connectable with other types of ducting (round or oval)
• No special cutting tools are required
• No special fixing tools are required
• It does not emit toxic gases in the event of a fire
• It has a temperature range of -30°C – +140°C
• It has positive working pressure of up to 3,000 PA
• Maximum air velocity is 30 metres per second
• It can be clamped with ducting clips

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