Our standard fabric suitable for most applications. It is very durable and workable with high fire resistance. Thanks to interwoven carbon fibres, it is antistatic, while silver-based chemical treatment makes it antibacterial.
The most frequently used fabrics
Materials must meet very strict requirements for vehicle ducts. It must be sufficiently strong, resistant to abrasion, fire retardant, and stable across a wide range of temperatures. Its structure must not allow air through any areas other than the intended distribution holes. We only use materials that meet these criteria, many which have been designed specifically for air distribution.
Customized air distribution
Glass fibre textile that meets the highest fire and heat resistance requirements. It is heavier, harder to shape, and requires more careful handling. It cannot be cleaned in a washing machine. Non-flammable material.
Flexible fabric with high adhesion between the silicon coating and the glass fibre itself. Good self-extinguishing properties, non-flammable.
Water-repellent fabric to prevent moisture entry through duct walls. It is not fire resistant standardly.
Nonwoven insulation material to reduce heat loss through the duct wall. It has excellent fire resistance, although it is not glass fibre. Insulated fabric ducts are also effective noise dampers.