The orientation of the nozzles depends on the application – whether it is used for heating, cooling or ventilation.
If the nozzles are used for heating they must point down towards the floor in order to force the hot air downwards due to the lesser density.
If the nozzles are used for either cooling or ventilation it is most common to place them either horizontally or upwards. This will eventually create mixing ventilation in the area around the textile system.
When the layout does not allow for an optimum placement of the textile ducts, then this system will eventually provide a very efficient way of ventilating the room when a good air distribution is is required.