Rubb's Thermohall® is the world’s only flexible insulated fabric system which offers major advantages over other insulating systems.

Climate Controlled Structures

Rubb’s patented Thermohall® is the best and most eco-friendly insulated storage building on the market today, perfect for any climate controlled storage facility.

Rubb’s unique Thermohall® insulation system can be used to clad all Rubb structure types, from small standard shelters up to large scale multi-span aircraft hangars. Our flexible insulated Thermohall® fabric has been used across a wide variety of sectors and applications including aircraft hangars, multi sport indoor playing facilities and standard storage warehouses.

The Thermohall® Advantage


Rubb Thermohall® buildings offer flexible insulation R-Values depending on the needs of the customer. Thermohall® R values ranges from R-11(2”) up to R-35(8”). Full HVAC/heating and dehumidification systems are adaptable to Rubb structures.


Thermohall® has minimal or no thermal bridging, thereby eliminating or greatly reducing condensation and enhancing thermal efficiency. Thermohall® provides a full vapor seal, is water repellent and absorbs neither moisture or odors.

Fire / Soundproofing

Technical regulations and guidelines set standards for both sound and fire insulation. Our patented insulated fabric cladding system satisfies the requirements for sound passage reduction, essential for customers near roads or airports. In addition to the fabric’s unique strength, it is long lasting, and low (if any) maintenance is required throughout the life of the building.


Any damage to PVC cladding or Thermohall can be repaired easily and inexpensively. Rubb has a responsive Service Department for any maintenance repairs or for preventative maintenance. The Rubb 20/20 is our highly effective and affordable 20 year service warranty.


Thermohall® is a heavy duty PVC fabric with a long life (20+ years). The insulation features high density non-combustible glass wool insulation encapsulated within a heavy duty PVC fabric, which is designed and manufactured in-house to suit site specific project requirements. All materials are of the highest quality.


All materials used in Rubb structures can be relocated and often reused. No materials from Rubb structures are considered to create any toxic or hazardous waste. Steel can be recycled through various means and PVC can be recycled . Rubb strives to reduce its carbon footprint whenever possible.


With over 35 years experience of designing, manufacturing and constructing fabric buildings we have built up relationships with high profile clients across the globe.

AAR mro hangar rockford


Rubb USA provided Chicago Rockford International Airport with two MRO hangars which will be operated by AAR.

Greenland insulated building
A Rubb Arctic Adventure

A Rubb Arctic Adventure

Rubb Insulated fabric building at Summit Station CH2M Polar Hill Services in Greenland for the National Science Foundation.

UK School sports training building
Ipswich School Sports Training Building

Ipswich School Sports Training Building

Rubb and UK construction giant Balfour Beatty builds custom-made twin level indoors sports training building for Ipswich Academy.

Mining truck cover
Marshall Industries

Marshall Industries

Rubb USA provided Marshall Industries with a large scale mining truck maintenance and assembly facility.

CKS car insulated showroom
CKS Bilservice AB Car Showroom

CKS Bilservice AB Car Showroom

Rubb provided CKS Bilservice AB a custom designed car showroom with a view in Sweden. The structure was insulated with Rubb Thermohall fabric.

Thermohall® Technical Specification

Development of Thermohall® started several years ago, with the aim of providing a new and eco-friendly insulated cladding system. Thermohall® is now fully developed and patented and is one of our most popular product lines. Thermohall® offers great energy savings and is environmentally friendly, both in fabrication and operation. Competitors offer alternative insulated cladding products featuring fabric sheets with an air gap in between, which gives poor thermal performance while being prone to condensation problems. Meanwhile other systems use rigid panels which don't allow for relocation of the building and are prone to air gaps, therefore less efficient.

Thickness U Value (SI) W/m2K R Value (US) ft-F-hr/BTU
50mm (2in) 0.67 W/m2K R11
100mm (4in) 0.36 W/m2K R19
150mm (6in) 0.25 W/m2K R27
200mm (8in) 0.19 W/m2K R35

Outer layer
Flame retardant heavy duty fabric


High density glass wool insulation


Inner layer
Self-cleaning PVC fabric

Thermohall insulated fabric

Climate Controlled Structures

Thermohall® cladding consists of a high-strength PVC layer and non-combustible glass wool insulation core inside an air-tight pocket and a self-cleaning PVC inner layer. The insulated panel system provides a full vapour seal, which minimizes thermal bridging and reduces infiltration losses. This reduces condensation on framing members, improving insulation efficiency. The environmentally controlled facility facilitates air conditioning and internal heating.

Rubb's Thermohall® is a unique insulated fabric system which offers many advantages over other insulating systems:


• Non-combustible glass wool insulation encapsulated in air and water tight pockets.

• Insulation thickness from 50mm to 200mm.

• No thermal bridges in the cladding.

• No air gaps in the cladding, which reduces heat loss and helps eliminate condensation.


• The system leaves the structural frame exposed internally, allowing for efficient installation and service of equipment

• Roof and interior surfaces provided in high gloss white to reduce solar load on the outside and increase reflectance within the structure

• Vacuum packaging reduces shipment volumes

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