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 Fabric ducting is an energy friendly alternative to conventional metal solutions
 Fabric ducting is a significant source of cost savings
 ...the lower pressure loss saves up to 30% on your energy bill  ...the installation time is 4 to 5 times quicker than conventional metal solutions
 ...expected lifespan of a fabric solution is more than 30 years, in fact some of the original 70's ducts are still in use at a meat processing facility in Denmark  ...on average our customers save 100 hours per project due to the ease of installation
 ...the compact nature of the fabric ensures 21.3 times less CO2 emissions from transportation than an equivalent solution in metal  ...on average that means we have saved contractors more than 77,000 work days last year
  …on a typical installation, a contractor can save a minimum of 70% on installation time 

Company facts

We invented fabric ducting
In 1973 we launched the world’s first fabric duct in collaboration with the Danish Meat Research Institute.
 
1,000 holes per second
We apply high-tech laser cutting technology, which cuts 1,000 holes per second.
 
2x Golden Gate Bridge a day
We tailor 1 million meters of ducting a year, which averages 4.5 km per day or 2 times the Golden Gate Bridge.
 
99.4% punctuality
We deliver on time with 99.4% punctuality.
 
3D drawings
All quotes and orders are drawn in proprietary 3D software.
 
3x the Vatican State
We process 1.2 million m2 fabric a year, which is equivalent of 3 times the area of the Vatican.
 

Quality in everything we do

Our production in Lithuania, as well as our sales, management and development in Denmark and our sales unit in USA are ISO9001 certified - a quality management certification, which ensures consistent, good quality products and services. ISO9001 is based on quality management principles incl. strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continuous improvements. We were ISO9001 certified in 1995 and we strive to continuously improve our product range and production methods to suit the needs current and future customers. Learn more about ISO9001 at iso.org.
 
Our fabrics live up to leading standards and national codes. We are UL listed and ULC listed, EN 13501 certified and OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certified. These tests and certifications are your guarantee that your air dispersion system represents the highest safety and quality standards. In addition, strict internal quality procedures ensure flawless deliveries on time and on budget.

 

Engineering tailor-made air dispersion systems

We use proprietary 3D software to design your air dispersion system. Regardless of the design complexity our quality processes ensure delivery on target and on time. Technical flexibility of the system combined with environmental aspects and economic advantages are just some of the reasons why our air dispersion system has gained popularity with architects, developers and contractors worldwide, who often convert conventional metal ducting into fabric systems. Anything that can be done in metal can be done in fabric.
 
Fabric air dispersion is a fast growing segment. The lightweight nature of FabricAir’s system makes it ideal for a number of applications incl. temporary structures, like tents and exhibition halls, and retrofitting existing buildings. The anti-corrosive qualities make it hugely popular in sports arenas, natatoriums, industrial kitchens and not least cooling and freezing applications, where conventional metal ducting has significant shortcomings. The hygienic properties and the anti-microbial option makes it superior in food processing, food storage and medical applications. And the comfort created by the bespoke flow models make the indoor climate superior to conventional metal systems.

 

Proven track record: 6,500+ individual orders delivered a year

Through more than 40 years companies continuously join our group of loyal customers enjoying the benefits of FabricAir dispersion systems. In 2015, we delivered more than 1.300 km (~807 miles) of ducting, and processed more than 1,2 million m² (13 million ft²) of fabric, which is the equivalent of ~5.000 m² (54,000 ft²) of fabric per workday. The popularity of the system proves its value and we take great pride in servicing our customers with the highest quality products and custom engineered dispersion systems.