Air Master Fire Rated Ductwork

Featuring “Air Master” Fire Rated Ductwork

Uniquely designed, non-coated Fire Resisting Steel Ductwork Tested in horizontal as well as vertical orientation under cellulosic fire conditions and successfully achieved over 120 minutes of fire resistance for integrity, stability and Insulation criterion of Duct A (Fire Outside the ductwork) and Duct B (Fire Inside the ductwork). A global product assessment and certification of …

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Recommended Thermostat Settings for Your Home

Most people will have doubt on the topic that which is the ideal thermostat setting for the home. A good thermostat setting will provide comfort to your family and to your indoor home. This may vary according to the preference of your family. Here are some general guidelines that you should follow to find the …

airmaster xlpe insulation

Properties of Airmaster Thermal Insulation – airmaster® XLPE

Fire resistance and low toxic smoke emission Airmaster XLPE is rated CLASS 0 as per BS 476 Part 6 (fire propagation) and BS 476 7 (Surface Spread of flame). According to ASTM E84, airmaster® XLPE achieved the highest ranking (Class 1). However, in case of fire, most of the deaths result from smoke inhalation, airmaster® …

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Air Master Fire Rated Ducting – Introduction

Non-coated type, light-weight and easy to install cost effective smoke extraction & ventilation ductwork. Complying with stringent criterion of passive fire safety codes in buildings’ construction. AMFRD-01 Non-insulated Fire Rated Ductwork AMFRD-02 Insulated Fire Rated Ductwork Successful testing and product range assessments are done in compliance with BS 476 part 24 at internationally accredited Applus+ …

Fire Rated Ductwork

Features & Characteristics Airmaster Fire Rated Ductwork

Air Master was established in the year 1987 in the United Arab Emirates. Since then it has been known to be the pioneers in the field of manufacturing of air-distribution and air-control products like Grilles, Diffusers, Louvers and Dampers. Having a successful startup of “Sheet Metal Ducting” in 2017, Air Master has now come up …

Mullion arrangement, standard sizes, and fixing details of grilles and registers

Mullion arrangement, standard sizes, and fixing details of grilles and registers

HVAC Grilles and Registers are very important in regulating and directing the flow of air to and from the HVAC unit in your home, keeping your living space comfortable while also concealing the ductwork. Airmaster have a variety of grilles, registers and air deflectors to ensure you get airflow where you need it most. Before …

The problems that may cause if you dont change your AC filter

The problems that may cause if You don’t change your AC Filter

The problems that may cause if You don’t change your AC Filter You are truly aware of the consequence of problems caused by not cleaning your kitchen frequently or the chaos of stop checking your emails or after-effects of not refilling your coffee machine, but did you ever thought about changing your office or home …

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HVAC Diffuser Accessories

1. EQUALIZING GRID Equalizing grid is fixed to the damper by rivets. Equalizing grid is manufactured from high quality aluminium profiles with aerofoil blades connected by plastic bushes. Finish will be same as damper. This assembly will provide uniform air distribution over the neck of the diffuser, which ensures the reduction in pressure drop, noise …

Sound Attenuators

Sound Attenuators silencer terminology in HVAC System

A sound attenuator also called duct silencer is used to reduce noise in any heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system. In a HVAC system, the potential noise sources are AHU, terminal units and room air outlets. The sound wave generated by these sources transfer its energy throughout the duct and to the occupant’s area as …

Airmaster Fire Damper

What is a Fire Damper, variations and how does it work

Smoke and Flames rising from residential buildings, hotels and warehouses have become a common sight nowadays. Out of 1.2 million fires reported in the U.S.A in 2013, almost 39% of the cases were structural fires causing more than 2800 deaths and $9.5 billion in property damagei. The `Center for Disease Control and Prevention’ notes death …

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