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Reinforced Thermoplastic Ducting

Flexfab delivers a wide range of reinforced thermoplastic ducting for rail vehicles to meet virtually any application or need. Customers across a range of industries rely on us for highly complex thermoplastic ducts that integrate parts, improve installation time, and reduce weight.

Those customers know Flexfab’s manufacturing process is quick and consistent. And that Flexfab’s Reinforced Thermoplastic Ducting is ideal for high volume, 3-D geometries.

Flexfab can help you handle negative or positive pressure applications in a variety of conditions–simply by adjusting material plies or by reinforcing the product. And we help you reduce part count and installation time, by integrating attachment architecture into the parts.

Benefits of Reinforced Thermoplastic Ducting for Rail Vehicles

• Weight reduction
• Integrated assemblies/part count reduction
• Installation time savings
• Negative or positive pressure capable
• Compliant with current flammability requirements: NFPA 130, EN 45545

We’re experienced. We’re trusted. We’re Flexfab.

Flexfab is your source for durable, lightweight HVAC components for rail vehicles and components for diesel and electric powered locomotives. We offer a full line of standard and custom flexible hoses, sleeves and bellows. Our assemblies save installation time while reducing weight and component count by integrating a single component solution.

Wherever you turn today, you’ll find Flexfab products driving the rail industry forward. That’s because rail companies know they can count on Flexfab. Engineering trust. Around the world.™



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