FabricAir participates in the biggest construction exhibition in the Baltics – RESTA 2022

As the pandemic ends and the world returns to normal life, so do the major exhibitions. One of them is RESTA 2022, the largest construction exhibition in the Baltic States that is taking place in Vilnius, Lithuania on 20-23 April. To better acquaint the market with textile-based air distribution solutions, FabricAir, a global leader in such products, decided to participate in this exhibition and present its innovative products.

Impeccable air distribution solution for global garment weavers

LTP Texdan, a global manufacturer of Sport & Outdoor apparel and Sustainable Fashion & Lifestyle, took over an old industrial building in Šilalė, Lithuania, and decided to repurpose it into a modern garment weaving facility. For that, they needed a brand-new air distribution system that would be flexible and would meet the highest quality standards.
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FabricAir adds a new location on its map – opens a new subsidiary in Poland

FabricAir, a global leading fabric-based air distribution solution developer, has been expanding quite rapidly in the past years, trying to deliver exceptional attention to all of its clients. Now, the company opens a new door in the Eastern European market by adding a subsidiary in Poland.

Eliminating temperature fluctuations in Austrian toolmaker's production halls

WIHO Hofbauer GmbH, an Austrian tool and mold maker, operates high-end lathe and grinding machines, which require a constant temperature in production halls. The company was looking for a reliable air distribution system that would protect the machines from temperature fluctuations and also increase the working comfort of the employees. They wished to improve their facility, so they contacted FabricAir to design a brand-new fabric-based air distribution system.

Ensuring perfect ice temperature for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

National Aquatics Center is now the world’s first double Olympic venue, able to host water and ice events in the same place. The top of the “Ice Cube”, which now hosts the Curling events of the Winter Olympics, is a membrane structure, therefore it was a huge challenge to create a perfect, stable indoor temperature that would be absolutely the same in every corner of the venue. The air distribution system had to guarantee a stable ice surface temperature of -8.5℃, so that all the athletes would have equal conditions in competition, no matter which lane would they be using.

FabricAir installs new Ceiling Diffuser to German semiconductor giant

Just recently, FabricAir, a global leading fabric-based air distribution solution manufacturer, introduced a brand-new new product to its portfolio – FabricAir Ceiling Diffuser. With its flexible design and simple installation capabilities, the new Ceiling Diffusers became attractive to the companies. It is particularly ideal for rooms with suspended ceilings, as the lightweight and flat product has a height of just 300 millimeters. Now, FabricAir was chosen to deliver nearly 100 diffusers to semiconductor giant Infineon Technologies AG in Bavaria, Germany.

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