When we started our company, we sought out a solution to improve the comfort and overall well being of employees at the workplace. In working towards a solution, we designed two products that improve the flow of air, but also heighten the quality of air that your employees will be breathing in. Because this is such a new product, we receive tons of questions on how the product works and what it’s capable of doing. Here are some of the questions we receive the most. For any questions you have that you can’t find in our FAQ section, contact our office and we would be more than happy to find an answer for you.  You can also check out the video’s to learn how to use our products.

Control-A-Flow Draft Eliminator

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[su_spoiler title=”Is it easy to install?“]Yes, it installs in less than 2 minutes without any tools.[/su_spoiler]

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[su_spoiler title=”Will the deflector panels warp?“]No, there is a stabilizing bar in each deflector panel.

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[su_spoiler title=”Does it stop the airflow?“]
No, it deflects the air along the top of the ceiling, maintaining air volume and systems balance.

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[su_spoiler title=”Is it aesthetically pleasing?“]
Yes, the color of the rails are matched to the T-Bar’s soft white color and the filter is white, blending with the acoustic ceiling.

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[su_spoiler title=”Can I adjust the Control-A-Flow?“]
Yes. Using the included “Adjusting Wand” the panels and rail cover plates can be moved to direct the air flow in 2,3,4, or 5 directions at once, while easily and safely standing on the floor.

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[su_spoiler title=”If the panels cover the light, will it allow the light to come through?“]
Yes, 75% of the light will still shine through the translucent panels.

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[su_spoiler title=”Will the Control-A-Flow result in my compressor running hard?“]
NO. It was designed to allow air to flow along the ceiling line, while not significantly increasing the static pressure, thus preventing high Freon pressures due to restricted airflow.

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[su_spoiler title=”Can I become a distributor?“]
Simply contact us if you are interested in a distributorship. We can be reached via email or phone. For more information click here.

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[su_spoiler title=”How fast can you deliver the product?“]
We ship the same day on all orders placed before 2:00 P.M. PST via UPS Ground. We can ship using faster methods for additional fees. You can call, e-mail, or fax us for a quote.

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[su_spoiler title=”Is the Control-A-Flow Patented?“]
Yes.

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[su_spoiler title=”Does this product restrict the airflow?“]
Very little. If you click on the printable brochure, a PDF file will come up. On page 3 you can view the results of our static pressure tests.

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[su_spoiler title=”What is Indoor Air Quality?“]A healthy indoor environment is one in which the surroundings contribute to productivity, comfort and a sense of health and well being. The qualities of good indoor air include: Introduction and distribution of adequate ventilation air. Control of airborne contaminants. Maintenance of acceptable temperature and relative humidity.

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Comfort First Filtered Diffuser

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[su_spoiler title=”Is it easy to install? “]Yes, you need to verify if you have a steel back pan behind your diffuser and if it has 4 universal holes on two sides opposite each other. If the holes exist, the diffuser installs in less than 10 minutes with a small screwdriver into your existing back pan. If not, you will need to purchase a back pan with the correct size duct neck. See the installation instructions for detailed instructions.

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[su_spoiler title=”What does an ‘earthquake’ tab do?“]The earthquake tab on the back pan is used in conjunction with a hanger wire (by others) to prevent the diffuser from falling in the event of an earthquake. The hanger wire is anchored above the ceiling plane to a fixed point on the structure. The free end is then passed through the opening in the tab and back around the wire, much the same way a T-bar is hanged. See your local codes to determine actual and adequate methods.

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[su_spoiler title=”Does it stop the airflow?”]
No, it directs the air in four directions and you can control the angle air enters the room by adjusting the louvers, maintaining air volume and systems balance.

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[su_spoiler title=”Is it aesthetically pleasing?”]
Yes, it is a 22 gauge steel diffuser with white power coating. It blends in with the ceiling acoustic tiles.

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[su_spoiler title=”Can I adjust the Comfort First Filtered Diffuser?”]
Yes. Use the levers on the louvers to control the angle of the airflow on all four sides. This diffuser will eliminate the downdraft and prevent complaints of cold drafts.

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[su_spoiler title=”What is the Filter Media?”]
It is made of an electrostatic charged fiber filter media. It is designed to be thrown out and replaced approximately every 6-months.

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[su_spoiler title=”Will the Comfort First Filtered Diffuser result in my compressor running hard?”]
NO. It was designed to allow air to flow in a broad throw pattern as far as eighteen feet per side, depending of CFM’s. The standard perforated diffuser dumps air straight down. The Comfort First will not significantly increase static pressure, thus preventing high Freon pressures due to restricted airflow.

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[su_spoiler title=”Why should I filter the supply diffuser?”]
The best furnace filter on the market will certainly produce quality air, but will provide no protection from the contamination in the duct system. A supply diffuser filter will protect the indoor environment from dust, pollen and other contaminants that form in the dark moist environments of the duct system.

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[su_spoiler title=”I have an employee that is allergic to the air in the office. Will the Comfort First help?”]
Yes, it will remove particulates as small as .3 microns. We have one client who got sick during the week and well on the weekend. Once she used the Comfort First diffuser above her desk she has stopped her complaints and threat of a Workers Compensation claim.

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[su_spoiler title=”What other names are supply diffusers called?”]
Air diffusers are called the following: Comfort First Filtered Diffuser, Filtered Air Diffuser, air vent, air grille, air louver,  air supply, air supply louvers, supply air diffusers, supply air grille, supply air grilles, registers, steel diffuser, 4 way air diffuser, air diverter, Draft Eliminator,  ceiling air diverter,   directional air flow diffuser, Environmental Diffuser, Commercial air deflector, modular core diffuser and more.

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[su_spoiler title=”What complaints regarding drafts might the Comfort First Filtered Diffuser solve?”]
I’m too cold, I’m always too hot or too cold, the draft is blowing on my neck, the draft is messing up my experiment, the air is making me sick, I am getting a cross draft, there is junk blowing on me and my desk, the air is adding weight to my lab scale, etc. Diverting the air so it does not directly blow down on the office occupants and filtering the air as it enters the room can solve these complaints.

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[su_spoiler title=”What is IAQ – Indoor Air Quality?”]
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) deals with the content of interior air that could affect health and comfort of building occupants. The IAQ may be compromised by microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria), chemicals (such as carbon monoxide, radon), allergens, or any mass or energy stressor that can induce health effects. Recent findings have demonstrated that indoor air is often more polluted than outdoor air (albeit with different pollutants) although this has not changed the common understanding of air pollution. In fact, indoor air is often a greater health hazard than the corresponding outdoor setting. Using ventilation to dilute contaminants, filtration, and source control are the primary methods for improving indoor air quality in most buildings. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indoor_air_quality

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[su_spoiler title=”Can I become a distributor?”]
If you are a wholesaler, simply contact us if you are interested in a distributorship.

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[su_spoiler title=”How fast can you deliver the product?”]
We ship the same day on all orders placed before 2:00 P.M. PST via UPS Ground. We can ship using faster methods for additional fees. You can call, e-mail, or fax us for a quote or order the product online.

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[su_spoiler title=”Is the Comfort First Filtered Diffuser Patented?”]
Yes.

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[su_spoiler title=”Does this product restrict the airflow?”]
Very little. The performance data sheet will give you specification and performance data.  The restriction varies with MERV 12 or MERV 14 Filters.

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[su_spoiler title=”Why do I need improved indoor air quality?”]
A healthy indoor environment is one in which the surroundings contribute to productivity, comfort and a sense of health and well being. Most employers want the pollen, mold, mildew and other indoor allergens reduced as much as possible for a healthier work force.  Most indoor air quality is of poorer quality than the outdoors air.

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[su_spoiler title=”Will the filter help prevent the dirty ceilings the black dirt marks on my ceiling?”] Yes, it will filter much of the particles that leave dark soot on ceilings and regular diffusers.

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[su_spoiler title=”How can the Comfort First help me save energy?“]
By evenly distributing the air you can reduce or eliminate hot and cold spots, thereby producing a more comfortable ambient room temperature. This allows you to increase the thermostat setting 1 or 2 degrees, with each degree saving as much as 10% of the energy consumption, thus saving energy. Reducing the air blowing down on people will also reduce the need for space heaters that use massive amounts of power.

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[su_spoiler title=”Has the Comfort First been used in Laboratories?“]
Some of our clients use the Comfort First and its 360-degree air diffusion to eliminate the drafts blowing down on their scales, affecting their results. Others want to remove the contaminants that their pre-filters do not remove. It has been used in conjunction with the other Sterile room filters.

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