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DF1R - 1 Way Displacement Diffuser Recessed Applications

Price DF1R Series recessed displacement diffusers are designed to produce a 1 way low velocity air supply perpendicular to the diffuser face. The DF1R discharges air evenly across its perforated face with minimal turbulence or induction of room air. The cool supply air flows across the floor, gradually filling the occupied space.

Typically installed in a stair riser, under cabinetry, or in a wall near floor level, the DF1R is ideal for applications calling for discreet or seamless air delivery. This appealing diffuser meshes seamlessly into any décor, hidden in unobtrusive room locations.

The superior air quality and low noise levels realized with the DF1R make it suitable for theaters, classrooms, or any application where air quality demands are high.

  • Flexible recessed installation in stair risers, walls, or under room fixtures such as cabinets
  • Ships with protective film on face

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Case Studies

Every project is unique and can offer its own unique set of challenges.

Price is working on some of the most exciting and technologically advanced office systems in the world. Our case studies area is a great way to see what we’ve been up to and learn how Price is providing office solutions that will better our workspace environment.

JE Dunn Construction Headquarters

Underfloor Air Distribution

Architect: BNIM/360 Architects
Engineer: Lankford Associates

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California ISO Headquarters

Underfloor & Displacement Ventilation

Architect: Dreyfuss & Blackford Architects
Engineer: Frank M. Booth, Inc

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Project Job List

A project’s success rarely comes in a straight line and there is no substitute for experience. At Price, our experience fuels our single-minded focus towards achieving success for our customers.

  • Applebee’s Support Center
    Lenexa, KS
    Architect: BNIM Architects
    Engineer: Lankford + Associates

  • Bellevue City Hall
    Bellevue, WA
    Architect: SRG Partnership Inc
    Engineer: Keen Engineering

  • Broadcast Network Headquarters
    Atlanta, GA
    Architect: Idea/Span
    Engineer: Stevens & Wilkinson
    Contractor: Perimeter Sheet Metal

  • California ISO
    Folsom, CA
    Architect: Dreyfuss & Blackford Architects
    Engineer: Frank M. Booth, Inc

  • Chemeketa CC
    Salem, OR
    Architect: Studio 3 Architecture
    Engineer: KPFF Consulting Engineers

  • Commerce City Justice
    Commerce City, CO
    Architect: RNL Design
    Engineer: RNL Design

  • Dow Agro Sciences
    Indianapolis, IN
    Price Rep: Colby Equipment Co., Inc

  • Gate City Bank
    Williston, ND
    Architect: Wild & Associates Ltd.
    Engineer: Buth Engineering Inc.

  • Gensler
    Los Angeles, CA
    Architect: Gensler
    Engineer: Glumac

  • GLR Building
    Fort Worth, TX
    Architect: OZ Architects
    Engineer: DC Engineering

  • Glumac
    Portland, OR
    Architect: Gensler
    Engineer: Glumac

  • Lowe’s Headquarters
    Mooresville, NC
    Architect: LS3P Associates
    Engineer: McCracken & Lopez

  • Nu Skin Innovation Center
    Provo, UT
    Architect: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
    Engineer: Colvin Engineering Associates, Inc.

  • Packard Foundation
    Los Altos, CA
    Architect: EHDD Architecture
    Engineer: Integral Group

  • Piqqusilirivvik: Inuit Cultural Learning Facility
    Clyde River, NT
    Architect: FSC Architects and Engineers
    Engineer: FSC Architects and Engineers

  • RBC Center
    Toronto, ON
    Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox and B+H Architects
    Engineer: The Mitchell Partnership

  • Syska Hennessy
    Culver CIty, CA
    Architect: Wolcott
    Engineer: Syska Hennessy Group

  • TQL HQ at Ivy Point
    Cincinnati, OH
    Architect: PDT Architects
    Engineer: Steven Schaefer Associates Inc

  • U.S. Census Bureau
    Suitland, MD
    Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
    Engineer: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

  • U.S. General Service Administration
    Washington, DC
    Architect: US - GSA
    Engineer: Hardie Industries Inc

Focused Training

Price has an extensive collection of training tools for you to explore. Earn PDH credits by watching one of our webinars. Get in-person training, request a lunch and learn for your office or attend a class led by one of Price’s highly qualified HVAC professionals.


Solving Your Building Challenges with High Performance Fan Coils

October 2013

Commodity fan coils provide zone temperature control without the need for large ductwork - however a building design sometimes presents challenges to which a higher performance fan coil unit is required - challenges such as part load humidity control, energy reduction, and room sound requirements.

This webinar includes:

  • Individual zone control
  • Heat transfer through small pipes
  • Part load dehumidification

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