Why fabric?

Fabric-based dispersion technology is all inclusive

Many functions known from conventional metal ducts are fully integrated in a Smart Air Solution from FabricAir, making diffusers, grilles, dampers, etc., redundant. 

The Six Key Elements of Savings with FabricAir Dispersion Systems

FabricAir dispersion systems offer multiple opportunities to save money without sacrificing quality or flexibility in design. 

FabricAir ducts are 100% polyester, making them a hygienic choice for your air distribution. 

FabricAir dispersion systems do not have limitations when it comes to elbows, reducers and take-offs, such as conventional metal ducting does. 

In a FabricAir dispersion system the fabric ducts distribute air along the entire length of the duct at the desired angle. The full length even air distribution is a standard feature of FabricAir dispersion systems and does not come with a significant price premium, which is the case when using conventional metal ducts. 

FabricAir dispersion systems are intuitive and simple to install. 

FabricAir has the fastest standard delivery times of any fabric duct manufacturer and consistently delivers on schedule. 

FabricAir dispersion and distribution systems have a smaller carbon footprint than conventional metal ducting.

FabricAir is the original fabric duct manufacturer. We introduced the world's first fabric duct in 1973, thus have more than 45 years of experience. Many of our initial installations are still fully functional and perform just as well as the day they were installed.

Depending on the application, FabricAir ducts and dispersion systems can be tailored to suit the specific needs of your building, by using the best flow model or combination of multiple flow models.

FabricAir offers the most heavy duty ducts in the industry, in a lightweight design. Our ducts weigh as little as 300 g/m² [8.8 oz/yd²], thus it is like comparing a feather to a hammer, when compared to conventional metal systems.

FabricAir produces many different flow models to meet the specific demands of any project. The appropriate flow model depends on a number of project specific factors. 

There are many considerations when evaluating noise levels in any given space. Air distribution is just one of those factors.

FabricAir ducts and air dispersion systems are truly a value proposition.