Insulated Ducting is made with wire reinforcement, keeping the duct in shape no matter where it’s installed. Sandwich ducting has this wire added while the duct itself is being fabricated. This puts the wire within the four layer seams, and can still have wear stripping added for extra protection. Duct-in-Duct is made with a standard wire reinforced duct on the inside, and doesn’t need additional wire on the outside.
As Celina Industries develops and expands upon our ducting line, we increasingly come to like the idea of wear stripping. And when you get right down to it the reasoning makes sense. Whether we’re looking at keeping the ducting’s shape or designing a construction program to make tubes for high-damage areas, having an additional layer of protection can bring additional years’ worth of life to a duct.
Crazy spring weather aside, we’re moving into the warmer months now. As the air conditioning units puff out their first breaths of chilly relief, it makes you wonder if the there’s anything you can do to make sure your environmental control units keep up with the oncoming season. The last thing most people consider if the ducting that gets you your conditioned air.
Need to replace the ducting on a machine in your shop? Want supported hosing that easily accommodates air flow without falling flat? With abilities and materials that span many different applications, Celina Industries has honed our ability to create durable Spiral Ducting to any specification or purpose that you can imagine. And the process is simple –you just pick your options and let us do the work!