Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) has a wide variety of uses in many different industries, in the tensile fabric industry it is one of the most common fabrics used.
PVC coated polyester is a strong fabric which is often used in temporary structures which need to be demounted and stored often. With an approximate lifespan of somewhere between 25-30 years and offering high levels of translucency and flame retardency PVC coated polyester is a favourable fabric.
With the ability to print on the fabric relatively easily, PVC is often used in projects where branding is important.
Where have we used PVC coated polyester?
– An entirely demountable structure
– 2 layer PVC cushions form the roof of the structure
– Integrated lighting on the exterior
– Entrance to the arena is branded with London 2012 icons
– Heavily printed, branded mobile event structure
– Features a modular design
– Double layer membrane allowing for branding internally
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