1. What is the composition of Tensoflex films?

Tensoflex plastic films are produced with vinyl polymers using special technology that gives the plastic film an improved molecular memory, allowing great elasticity and surface stability when installed.

The composition of the plastic film includes flame retardant additives, among others, and the high quality production guarantees the passage of homogeneous light on translucent films and uniform colors on maqe, lacquered and metallic fabrics.

2. How are Tensoflex films installed?

The Tensoflex System is made of tensioned films and aluminum profiles specially developed for use according to the specifications of each project. All profiles are designed for a perfect fit of the fabrics, being used on walls, ceilings, metal structures, plaster niches and other surfaces.

In addition to generating very small volumes of dust and debris, installing profiles and placing fabrics does not usually require moving furniture, objects and other equipment.

In high ceiling environments, it may be necessary to use scaffolding and plarorms, with which Tensoflex’s technical assembly teams are very familiar.

3. How is the maintenance of lighting components added to translucent films?

Tensoflex offers practical solutions to open and close the stretch ceilings to access the lighting niches, in case of maintenance of LEDs, electronic sources and other elements eventually located inside.

For small and medium sized translucent films, the main option is the Removable System, featured on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=removivel+tensoflex.

With the Removable System, the customer has total autonomy to remove and reinstall the stretch ceiling, easily and without the need for other accessories or special equipment.

For Conventional System projects, our teams of technicians are permanently available for visits oriented to technical support, stretch ceiling handling and maintenance of lighting elements, when they are manufactured by Tensoflex.

4. How is the development of a project with Tensoflex?

Tensoflex has a technical team made up of architects, engineers and professionals capable of advising and guiding specifiers and clients on the best options for each type of project.

With its own office in Orlando, FL, Tensoflex technical team is always close by for a visit and demonstration of our solutions.

5. Can Tensoflex films be used outdoors?

Tensoflex fabrics are manufactured from compounds developed specifically for use in closed environments, without the incidence of sunlight. However, they can be installed outdoors as long as they do not receive direct sunlight and are not exposed to rain. For example, under the protection of tents, walkways and kiosks.


1. What are Tensoflex’s Marketing and Advertising solutions?

Tensoflex has 3 ½ in, 4 ½ in and 7 in profiles used to mount panels for Marketing and Advertising

Covered by high resolution printed films, with an easy removal and replacement system, Tensoflex panels can be fixed on walls or arranged in the form of totems, equipped with LEDs in perimeter or backlight strips, ensuring a great flash.

A presentation on this line can be found on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch? v=fE_OcSGvEzo.

2. Is it possible to remove or replace the films without contacting Tensoflex?

Tensoflex offers the Removable System, a practical option to remove and replace Marketing and Advertising films and access the panels in case of maintenance of LEDs and electronic components.

You can find a presentation about this solution on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fE_OcSGvEzo.

With the Removable System, the customer has total autonomy to remove and replace the fabric, easily and without the need for accessories or technical equipment and special tools.


1. What are the characteristics of Tensoflex Acoustic Films?

The same fabrics that are part of the traditional Tensoflex line for architecture and interior lighting can be perforated or micro perforated, acquiring sound absorbing properties related to the diameter of the holes and the separaDon between them.Special films can also be supplied, on request, with specific fastening systems.