How to identify elbow angles in fabric air systems

Elbows come in many different angles; the angle can be identified on the number of gores on the elbow. This is useful to know as the elbow angle will look different depending on whether it’s lying flat or hanging. As an example, a 90° angle looks like it is only 45° when laying flat, but you can recognize it on the number of gores - in this case four. This video walks you through how to identify the angle on an elbow and also how to install it in the system.

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An exciting year in fabric air dispersion is coming to an end and an even more exciting year is about to begin. We have been looking forward to sharing this flashback with you, and especially to provide a sneak-peak of what is to come in 2020.