An air delivery device or louver so arranged as to promote mixing of the air introduced by it into a room with the room air, without causing objectionable drafts or noise.
an outlet which discharges supply air in a spreading pattern
An air distribution outlet designed to direct airflow into desired patterns.
An air distribution outlet, typically located in the ceiling, which mixes conditioned air with room air.
Supply air terminal device, designed to direct airflow into desired patterns, usually placed in the ceiling, generally of circular, square or rectangular shape, and composed of divergent deflecting members.
A circular, square, or rectangular air distribution outlet, generally located in the ceiling and comprised of deflecting members discharging supply air in various directions and planes, and arranged to promote mixing of primary air with secondary room air.