Trevira CS 100

FabricAir® Trevira CS 100 is a permeable, flame retardant, Oeko-Tex 100 certified fabric . It is suitable in places where there is a risk of condensation. The fabric is machine washable and retains its dimensions after washing (max. 0.5% shrinkage).

  • Permeable
  • 5 year warranty
  • Inherently flame retardant fibers
  • Washable

Standard colors

All our fabrics come in standard colors. Choose the one that would either blend with your interior or could become a design statement.

White 1000

Blue 1001

Orange 1002

Gray 1003

Black 1004

Red 1005

Available colors and patterns

Your fabric ducts can look the way you want them. Below are the options that can be adapted to your specific needs.

  • Dye colors available
  • Coloring by Surface Print
  • Seamless pattern
  • Artwork, print
  • Lettering, print
  • Logos, print

Trevira CS 100 data sheet

Fabric type
Polyester/Trevira CS
245 g/m²
EN ISO 12127:1997
0,34 mm
EN ISO 5084:1996
40/200/320/650/1200 (±5%) m³/m²/h at 120 Pa; 2/10/16/33/60 (±5%)
EN ISO 9237:1995
Strength - Wrap
1350 N
EN ISO 13934-1
Strength - Weft
1550 N
EN ISO 13934-1
0,5 % Max.
EN ISO 5077
Heat resistance - continuous
from -40 to +80°C
Heat resistance - softening
EN 13501-1:
B-s1, d0
EN 13501-1
UL 723:
UL 723
ULC S102.2:
DS 428:
Fire retardant:
NF P 92-507
Class 4
EN ISO 14644-1
UL 2518:
UL 2518
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100
360° hoops:

FabricAir® believes that all data, statements, technical information, etc. (certificates), listed in this Technical Data Sheet regarding the product and the use of the product are accurate and reliable. However, the product will only be covered by FabricAir®’s guarantees or warranty if the final use for the product has been approved by FabricAir® in writing. No representative is authorized to approve the final use of the product on behalf of FabricAir®.

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