The IFD Aero allows for virtually unobstructed and guaranteed, trouble-free ventilation every day, while providing total closure in a fire event.
So what’s the difference between the IFD Aero and existing type 44 designs?
For 20 years, Kilargo’s IFDs have provided reliable, high-performance fire protection. By re-focussing on everyday HVAC system critical requirements, we’ve been working behind the scenes to create a breakthrough design that takes everyday benefits and guaranteed fire compliance to new levels.
With less noise, greater levels of system efficiency and based on years of HVAC industry consultation, it’s a smart step forward for quality constructions.
For type 44 intumescent fire dampers – less aerodynamic profile can result in pressure loss & acoustic concerns.
New stealth blade profile promotes laminar airflow, resulting in lower pressure loss.
|Old slat profile
Heavy profile PVC cased intumescent or foiled slat, metal edged intumescent
|New blade profile
Cutting edge slimline aerodynamic blade profile standard across all types.LESS BLADES = MORE AIR!
|Complies with older standards
|Complies with latest standards
Fully tested to comply with Australian standard AS1530.4:2014
|Materials & Construction
|Type 44 IFD’s look industrial
Heavy grey PVC & foil / galvanised steel
|IFD Aero Looks sleek and unobtrusive
Satin black design
|Developmental Age of Technology & Materials
|18+ years old
circa 2016. Supersedes the older, traditional type 44 intumescent fire dampers
|Applying a passive fire industry material to the HVAC industry of the 1990’s
|Today’s HVAC Industry requirements
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