Rim Fabrics, the perfect solution for vertical surfaces.
April 12th, 2010
The unique non-woven fabric formation technology used in the manufacture of rim fabrics provides the essential non-fray wearing qualities required for applications on all vertical surfaces – screens, workstations, partitions, walling and acoustic panelling.
Their patented process has at its core faster conversion of raw material.
The fibre is transformed into fabric in a matter of minutes.
The speed of this process not only produces highly cost effective products but minimises energy consumption – and consequently environmental impact Evolve, Harmony and Fusion ranges are GECA certified and all fabrics are recyclable.
All fabrics are 188cms wide, and available ex stock for immediate delivery which means you can have total confidence when specifying rim fabrics.
Special colours can be matched to meet specific project needs.
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