INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
AIR MOVEMENT SYSTEMS LTD
Our Systems are designed to solve your problems of heat distribution within rooms and between rooms. They provide improved air circulation, with continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels.

HEAT DISTRIBUTION

How Thermodex Systems Work

Thermodex air movement and heat distribution systems are based on a unique approach.  They create large convection cells within a space by physically creating an air stream at ceiling level and releasing the ceiling air horizontally at floor levels.  Using this approach Thermodex has designed products for heat distribution and air movement within or between spaces. These systems are particularly useful in improving the heat regimes in older homes or for enhancing air movement around a home. 

Problem  situation 2

Air Movement

The temperature stratification also causes problems in year-round air distribution where differences in air density can act as barriers to air movement. Comfort depends to a certain degree on air movement across skin surface. EPA and others report that air movement (such as provided by fans) can result in higher thermostat set points during the summer months, resulting in lower energy consumption.  Studies also indicate that the effective air movement fields of ceiling fans are often limited. Conventional solutions rely on one of two mechanisms: creating turbulence within limited areas as with most ceiling fans, or recirculating mainly cold air from floor-mounted cold air returns and returning the same cold air via heat registers typically also located near floor levels.

Solution : Thermodex

When used within a room, Thermodex’ unique approach creates air flow across the length and width of rooms, resulting in continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels. When used between rooms it allows for air from the ceiling zone of one room to move to the floor of adjacent rooms.

Problem  situation 1

Heat Distribution and De-stratification

Warm air, being less dense, rises and tends to accumulate near ceilings, leading to significant differences in temperatures at different heights.  As temperature differentials increase, so do differences in air density - these density regions can create a boundary which obstructs air mixing. In winter this stratification results in uncomfortable cold or hot zones as well as inefficient use of heat produced by heating devices

Solution Thermodex

Thermodex’ ability to physically move hot air from upper areas to near floor locations, and its ability to rapidly create large scale air circulation cells, results in de-stratification of spaces. In independent studies, temperature differences between floor and ceilings were reduced by as much as 6° C / 10.8° F within five minutes of starting the units.
Floor and ceiling temperature differentials at multiple points in baseboard heated room with thermodex OFF and ON
Typical shape of air movement generated by Thermodex
Representing Winter temperature distribution in homes with either wood, forced air or baseboard heating .
AIR MOVEMENT SYSTEMS LTD
INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Our Systems are designed to solve your problems of heat distribution within rooms and between rooms. They provide improved air circulation, with continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels.

HEAT DISTRIBUTION

How Thermodex Systems Work

Thermodex air movement and heat distribution systems are based on a unique approach.  They create large convection cells within a space by physically creating an air stream at ceiling level and releasing the ceiling air horizontally at floor levels.  Using this approach Thermodex has designed products for heat distribution and air movement within or between spaces. These systems are particularly useful in improving the heat regimes in older homes or for enhancing air movement around a home. 

Problem  situation 1

Heat Distribution and De-stratification

Warm air, being less dense, rises and tends to accumulate near ceilings, leading to significant differences in temperatures at different heights.  As temperature differentials increase, so do differences in air density - these density regions can create a boundary which obstructs air mixing. In winter this stratification results in uncomfortable cold or hot zones as well as inefficient use of heat produced by heating devices

Solution Thermodex

Thermodex’ ability to physically move hot air from upper areas to near floor locations, and its ability to rapidly create large scale air circulation cells, results in de- stratification of spaces. In independent studies, temperature differences between floor and ceilings were reduced by as much as 6° C / 10.8° F within five minutes of starting the units.

Problem  situation 2

Air Movement

The temperature stratification also causes problems in year- round air distribution where differences in air density can act as barriers to air movement. Comfort depends to a certain degree on air movement across skin surface. EPA and others report that air movement (such as provided by fans) can result in higher thermostat set points during the summer months, resulting in lower energy consumption.  Studies also indicate that the effective air movement fields of ceiling fans are often limited. Conventional solutions rely on one of two mechanisms: creating turbulence within limited areas as with most ceiling fans, or recirculating mainly cold air from floor-mounted cold air returns and returning the same cold air via heat registers typically also located near floor levels.

Solution : Thermodex

When used within a room, Thermodex’ unique approach creates air flow across the length and width of rooms, resulting in continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels. When used between rooms it allows for air from the ceiling zone of one room to move to the floor of adjacent rooms.
Floor and ceiling temperature differentials at multiple points in baseboard heated room with thermodex OFF and ON
Typical shape of air movement generated by Thermodex
Representing Winter temperature distribution in homes with either wood, forced air or baseboard heating .
INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
AIR MOVEMENT SYSTEMS LTD
Our Systems are designed to solve your problems of heat distribution within rooms and between rooms. They provide improved air circulation, with continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels.
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HEAT DISTRIBUTION

How Thermodex Systems Work

Thermodex air movement and heat distribution systems are based on a unique approach.  They create large convection cells within a space by physically creating an air stream at ceiling level and releasing the ceiling air horizontally at floor levels.  Using this approach Thermodex has designed products for heat distribution and air movement within or between spaces. These systems are particularly useful in improving the heat regimes in older homes or for enhancing air movement around a home. 

Problem  situation 1

Heat Distribution and De-

stratification

Warm air, being less dense, rises and tends to accumulate near ceilings, leading to significant differences in temperatures at different heights.  As temperature differentials increase, so do differences in air density - these density regions can create a boundary which obstructs air mixing. In winter this stratification results in uncomfortable cold or hot zones as well as inefficient use of heat produced by heating devices

Solution Thermodex

Thermodex’ ability to physically move hot air from upper areas to near floor locations, and its ability to rapidly create large scale air circulation cells, results in de-stratification of spaces. In independent studies, temperature differences between floor and ceilings were reduced by as much as 6° C / 10.8° F within five minutes of starting the units.

Problem  situation 2

Air Movement

The temperature stratification also causes problems in year-round air distribution where differences in air density can act as barriers to air movement. Comfort depends to a certain degree on air movement across skin surface. EPA and others report that air movement (such as provided by fans) can result in higher thermostat set points during the summer months, resulting in lower energy consumption.  Studies also indicate that the effective air movement fields of ceiling fans are often limited. Conventional solutions rely on one of two mechanisms: creating turbulence within limited areas as with most ceiling fans, or recirculating mainly cold air from floor- mounted cold air returns and returning the same cold air via heat registers typically also located near floor levels.

Solution : Thermodex

When used within a room, Thermodex’ unique approach creates air flow across the length and width of rooms, resulting in continuous air flow and air mixing at all height levels. When used between rooms it allows for air from the ceiling zone of one room to move to the floor of adjacent rooms.
Floor and ceiling temperature differentials at multiple points in baseboard heated room with thermodex OFF and ON
Typical shape of air movement generated by Thermodex
Representing Winter temperature distribution in homes with either wood, forced air or baseboard heating .