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GLOBAL TEX­TILE MAN­U­FAC­TURER CAMIRA has fo­cused on de­sign, com­fort and per­for­mance with its range of fab­rics for bus and coach in­te­ri­ors, specif­i­cally its wool prod­ucts.

Con­cepts sculpted from air­craft, of­fice and home are blended into our mo­quette ranges to keep them cur­rent and com­pli­men­tary whilst re­main­ing time­less. Camira can per­son­alise your in­te­rior with the as­sis­tance of CAD im­agery and vis­ual tools.

Wool is per­fect for use on seats in bus and coach in­te­ri­ors, be­ing long-last­ing, wear re­sis­tant and able to main­tain­ing its ap­pear­ance. A hard wear­ing wool/ny­lon blend pro­vides an in­te­rior so­lu­tion built to last with a longer prod­uct life­cy­cle and less re­quire­ment for re­place­ments or ad­di­tional ma­te­rial use.

De­sign­ing for safer in­te­ri­ors is fun­da­men­tal, specif­i­cally in re­la­tion to flamma­bil­ity per­for­mance. Wool or wool/ ny­lon fab­rics have a nat­u­rally high level of flame re­sis­tance and act to form a strong char to pre­vent spread of flame. Wool mo­quette have the ca­pa­bil­ity of meet­ing de­mand­ing fire redar­d­ancy re­quired for pas­sen­ger rail, and these prop­er­ties of fire, smoke and tox­i­c­ity have re­cently be­come en­quired for Bus & Coach ap­pli­ca­tion. With ex­ten­sive in­volve­ment in the pas­sen­ger rail in­dus­try, Camira have the knowl­edge and ex­per­tise to as­sist the in­dus­try to meet ever in­creas­ing lev­els of pas­sen­ger safety.


With an in-house de­sign team, Camira un­der­stands tex­tile ca­pa­bil­i­ties for trans­port in­te­ri­ors, the im­por­tance of de­sign and aes­thetic ap­peal whether this is through colour, de­sign and pat­tern or the weav­ing con­struc­tion to cre­ate dis­tinc­tive sur­face ef­fects. Fab­rics de­fine the over­all de­sign and pre­sen­ta­tion of a ve­hi­cle in­te­rior, and also need to main­tain dura­bil­ity and per­for­mance which is why these are con­sid­ered at the de­sign stage.

For more in­for­ma­tion visit www.cami­rafab­

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