Colors and special dying

Colors and special dying
Colors and special dying

Standard Colors and Custom Options

FabricAir dispersion systems are available in a variety of standard colors and custom colors upon request. If the color you want is not available as a standard, call us about a custom color.

We can produce ducting in any dyed in color using our FabricAir® Trevira line of fabrics, or through surface print technology using our FabricAir® Trevira and FabricAir® Combi lines.

Nozzles, sliders and hooks come in red, blue, white, black, orange or gray. The standard color combinations can be altered upon request within the available color schemes.

Surface Printing

Surface printing is a technique used to create custom colored ducts. Contrary to custom dyes, the surface print only applies custom color to the surface of the duct, whereas the inside remains the original color, which can be seen through perforations, orifices and nozzles.

Seamless patterns require specially adapted designs or motifs to ensure seamless repeatability and applicability, as they cover the entire circumference of the duct. Using this technique, entire systems in patterned fabrics are created, such as coffee beans for cafés.

Graphical elements

Graphical elements, like logos or phrases, and seamless patterns or uniform colors on the ducts are created using different printing techniques. The relevant printing technique depends on the specifics of the project.

Print placement is determined by the duct location in the room and the typical positioning of the onlooker. For example, in sports facilities, the print is angled downward to make it look natural to the spectators.

FabricAir fabrics and accessories are available in a variety of standard colors

FabricAir ducts are more than just the fabric. Cable type suspensions require clips on the duct, tracks require sliders, and nozzflow air dispersion uses nozzles.

FabricAir® Trevira is a permeable fabric woven with permanently flame-retardant fibers and yarns. It is especially suitable in places where there is a risk of bacteria growth or condensation, such as the food industry or indoor pools.