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If an HVAC contractor installed the ducting and used standard HVAC materials (which isn't uncommon), the ducting won't withstand the forces associated with an IBC.
The best choices are either PVC or preformed steel ducting with welded seams.
They make it easy to spot ducting problems because the static pressure at a known blower speed will change significantly.
Turbo-chargers compress air and boost air temperature, so longer, more convoluted flow paths for hot- and cold-side ducting are typically required.
A second promising application for 3D blow molding is specialty coolant ducting, traditionally made of rubber and metal assemblies.
In addition, DuPont has developed pairs of complementary hard and soft grades of its TPE, nylon, and LCP families for use in sequential ducting.
The test ducting consisted of 5' long sections with stiffening creases every 12" and a 1-1/2" angle support bars every 2'-6" running along the exterior of the 48" width of the cross section.
Figure 1 shows the fan exhausting in an up blast position, with a straight length of duct 48" long, and then the elbow at the inlet to the fixed section of ducting.
On all of the joints in this section of the duct the ducting was bolted together.
Under the hood, air-induction and coolant ducting of engineering resins able to meet higher-temperature requirements are attracting new interest.
An example is ABC Group's prototype instrument panel and integrated ducting system (pictured on the cover and at right), in which eight formerly separate HVAC parts are incorporated into the back side of the IP.
MPC is best known as a specialist in injection molded and extruded ducting and fluid-handling parts.