Rail Fabric Guide

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Camira Fabrics

Keep on track for rail fabric specification – from design and manufacture, to technical and flammability performance.

Fabrics for Rail Interiors

With decades of experience, Camira have the upper hand when designing and manufacturing interior fabrics for trains, underground, tramways and light rail systems.

Fabrics for rail interiors don’t just need to look good, they require the highest technical standards as passenger safety is paramount. We have over 100 years of history, skill and knowledge providing the market with fabrics stringently tested to ensure they meet the latest railway requirements.

We offer the full pacakge. Flat-wovens, moquettes (cut and un-cut), leathers, vinyls , even a range of co-ordinating trims. Custom-made fabrics can be created by our in-house design team from initial concept through to finished fabric.

Made to Order Fabrics for Trains

We make made to order fabrics for trains where striking or unique fabric designs, especially using your own branding, can add colour and flair to a rail carriage interior.

We’ve been associated with many high profile contracts where the fabric has become instantly recognisable as an iconic part of the branded interior. Think London Underground, Thameslink, First Great Western, Belgian Rail, Swiss Rail and Queensland Rail to name but a few.

Our in-house design studio works closely with professional design houses and rail operators to create the most appropriate fabric solutions not only in terms of colour and appearance, but also in meeting specific technical requirements, most notably flammability performance.

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