Invisible air diffusers
Invisible air diffusers are a type of concealed ceiling diffuser that is designed to be virtually invisible. Our diffusers are made from gypsum, and designed to be installed so that the finished installation is seamless to make them blend in with the ceiling.
There are a number of reasons why someone might choose to install an invisible air diffuser. For example, they may want to improve the airflow in a room without disrupting the overall appearance of the space. They may also want to create a more uniform airflow pattern from each vent, or they may want to reduce noise pollution.
Types of invisible diffuser
There are a few different types of invisible air diffusers available. Some of the most common types include:
- Linear diffusers: These diffusers are designed to be installed in a linear pattern, such as along a wall or ceiling. They can be joined together to create an elegant line all the way across the room if desired.
- Circle and Square diffusers: Circle and square diffusers are designed to provide a small, discreet method of supplying or extracting air in a room. Whilst the flow rate is lower than other diffusers, the footprint on the surrounding plasterboard is smaller.
- Side Circle and Side Square diffusers: These diffusers are designed to sit slightly proud of the surrounding surface, with the airflow running across the surface using the Coanda effect. As with all of our diffusers, they are made of a resin bonded gypsum composite, making them long lasting.
When choosing an invisible air diffuser, there are a number of factors to consider, including the size and shape of the room, the type of ventilation system, and the desired airflow pattern. It is also important to make sure that the vent is made from a durable material that will last as long as the surrounding material.
Benefits of invisible air diffusers:
- They are virtually invisible, so they do not disrupt the overall appearance of a room.
- They can be used to create a variety of airflow patterns.
- They can improve the mixing of air in a room, which can lead to better ventilation and comfort.
- They can reduce noise pollution.