OneAir: evolving technology

Microperforated diffusers, through their inductive diffusion, allow optimal air distribution in small or large rooms for all types of use such as ventilation, heating, air conditioning and refrigeration. This type of diffusion, produced by means of a calibrated perforation, enables the movement of large quantities of ambient air, avoiding stratification phenomena and guaranteeing a high level of environmental comfort for people present in civil and industrial environments.

The principle of high induction

The concept is based on the exploitation of a fluid vein which, at calculated speeds, creates depressions that mix the injected air with the air present in the environment over short but continuous paths. The fluid vein that exits at high speed takes on the characteristic of a contracted vein due to the higher speed at the centre of the hole and this causes a depression that draws in the neighbouring ambient air and mixes it in the resulting jet. In short, the speed of the outgoing air in each individual hole causes the air mass to move with decreasing speed so as to have optimal mixing in the area concerned with very low residual speeds and therefore high system efficiency.

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Customised solutions

Our technical sales department is available to help customers identify specific technical solutions for each individual requirement. This approach allows us to create designs and executive drawings of custom products that highlight ergonomics and innovation.


The design of an air distribution system involves distributing the high induction microperforated ducts evenly throughout the room to be treated, depending on the air flow rate and throw of each module. We are available to study a tailor-made project for any type of environment.

Drilling technology of duct diffusers

The calculation of the duct perforations is tailored to each installation using CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamic) technology. The diffusion element is represented by the perforation, which can be applied to any module, regardless of the diameter of the duct that carries it. The diameter and the number of holes applied to each module define both the capacity to launch air at a given distance and the operating characteristics of a given microperforated duct.


OneAir manufactures its textile components with high precision using ONELASER technology. All cutting processes are carried out at high temperature in order to produce perfectly regular holes of different sizes, with reduced dispersion of artificial and mineral fibres in air-conditioned environments and with long-lasting quality.