Once the ductwork is positioned, turn on the airflow to ensure the adjustable bindings are secure and the lengh is adjusted well. Some adjustment to the length may be required because the duct will expand to its maximize length with airflow. The length can be adjusted by by positioning a cinch connector in the middle of the duct and put more/less duct within the fabric connnector which prevents it from expanding. Turn on the heat switch, set the desired discharge temperature and adjust the airflow to maximum.
When the heat is started, the operator installs duct management stands to stack the ductwork in narrow hallway to make it easier to access the heated areas. Doorway drapes are also placed at the top of open doorways receiving the heated airflow to force the cooler air at the floor to exit.
The Air Intake draws air from the structure to create and airflow from the discharge toward the Air Intake The temperature on the Air Intake is monitored and displayed at the control panel to indicate the progress of the heat treatment. The temperature rises when the structure and its contents can no longer absorb the heat in the discharge.