# How do slot diffusers work?

## How do slot diffusers work?

The slot diffuser distributes the air throughout the space. The size of the linear diffuser is the diameter of its neck to which you connect the flexible duct. You determine the size of the linear slot diffuser you require for you HVAC application by: Space to be heated or cooled.

### What is air Diffuser in architecture?

Architectural Ceiling Diffusers Titus architectural diffusers are high performance products designed to provide a pleasing architectural appearance. These ceiling diffusers provide a tight horizontal pattern to the ceiling maximizing room air induction.

How do I choose a linear slot diffuser?

A diffuser airflow rate is 50 cfm per linear foot (77.4 L/s per linear meter) of diffuser. Therefore, the recommended flow to use when designing is 50 cfm/ linear ft x 0.8 = 40 cfm/linear ft (77.4 L/s/ linear m x 0.8 = 61.9 L/s/linear m).

When would you use a linear diffuser?

The reasons for this is simple:

1. Linear diffusers offer a minimal and clean look.
2. They take up less space and can be used on ceilings or walls.
3. Linear diffusers can be used as an “air curtain” next to doors, large windows and entrances.
4. They can also be easily hidden.

## What is the difference between register and diffuser?

While similar to registers, a diffuser differs in terms of the airflow direction variability. A diffuser and its dampers are designed facing all-round, rather than a register’s single air direction. Many diffusers are found on ceilings, often covering an air-con or air release outlet.

### Whats the difference between a grille and a diffuser?

A special device used in supplying and extracting air vertically without any kind of deflection is called a grille. A device used to direct the air at different angles by profiled blades when the air is leaving the unit and going into the space is known as a diffuser.

How do I size an air diffuser?

The air con diffuser sizing is determined by:

1. The area to be cooled/heated.
2. The dimensions of the area length and width.
3. The aesthetics of the space.
4. The height of the ceiling.
5. Larger diffusers/ducts move more air with less static.
6. Undersized diffusers will restrict airflow and create noise.
7. Correct sizing is important.

What is the point of a diffuser?

An essential oil diffuser is also known as an aromatherapy diffuser. It disperses essential oils into the air and fills the area with a natural fragrance. One of the best known uses for essential oils is their ability to assist you in unwinding after a tough day.

## How much do diffusers cost?

You could choose from literally hundreds of types of aromatherapy diffusers that range in price from \$10 to more than \$100.

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