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MatrixAir Cladding by kdralle
August 31, 2008, 6:25 pm
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perforated cladding 

MatrixAir Cladding is a passive conditioning system. It is placed approximately six inches from any south, east, or west wall, thus creating a cavity. The cladding is perforated and draws air into the cavity. It then collects solar rays to heat the air. At night when the unit cools this warm air is drawn through duct work to heat the space. In the winter time snow will actually help the system as it collects reflective light as well.

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