Curved linear grilles and eggcrate grilles

Waterloo Air Products, grilles, diffusers, curved grilles

Waterloo Airline curved linear grilles are designed to satisfy air-diffusion and engineering requirements as well as architectural specifications. These grilles can be used in modular or continuous situations for ceiling, side-wall, cill or bulkhead applications. The company also offers eggcrate grills to satisfy all exhaust applications in heating and ventilation systems. Airline grilles can be produced in any radius over 1.75 m in five formats.

• convex and concave linear curve

• fanned curve

• convex and concave barrel curve.

Standard finishes are RAL 9006 (matt silver), RAL 9010 (20% gloss white) and RAL 9006 (30% gloss silver).

Other colours or anodised finish are available.

Applications include offices schools, colleges, libraries, hotels and retail.

Eggcrate grilles are constructed from aluminium extrusions which are mitred and welded or cleated. Cores are constructed from aluminium eggcrate.

There are two versions, one of which has no sight, making it particularly suitable for applications where the ceiling void would otherwise be visible through the eggcrate grille.

Colours are the same as for the curved linear grilles.

Applications include offices, schools, colleges, libraries, hotels, retail, hospitals, washrooms, restaurants, terminals and residential.

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