Städel Museum | Frankfurt
In order to meet the requirements of the expansion of the Städel Museum we developed a custom profile for installation in floors/walls with a minimal mounting height of 32 mm. Overall about 1000 meters of active as well as inactive systems were installed.
The newly developed CPD slot diffuser functions next to its excellent ventilation ability as an architectural design element that can give massive walls a touch of elegance with its backwards flowing finish as well as the recessed anti-dirt edges. No possibly irritating nozzles or slot outlines are visible – except for the shapely, aerodynamic Coandă outline.
© Norbert Miguletz (Fotografie)
The CDP is a design shadow gap profile for discreetly guiding air in wall-/floor-areas or wall-/ceiling-areas as a so called joint system. The optically almost unnoticeable slot diffuser generates a stable 45° jet of supply air that does not attach to the floor or to the wall. The asymmetrical flow characteristic combined with the upper, optimized flow unit enables this system to provide a stable flow characteristic even at very low temperatures. The floor unit is also equipped with an effective anti-dirt edge. This effect is further enhanced and stabilized by exploiting the Coandă effect within the profile shape.