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PRODUCTS

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.

PVC Fabric – Vinyl Coated Polyester


PVC membranes – a polyester base fabric coated with PVC – often have additional protective PVDF fluoropolymer coatings on both sides, which helps protect the surface, and also creates a membrane that is easy to clean. This fabric is the most common in tensile architecture with a lifespan exceeding 15 years, and PVC structures typically offers the owner the best overall value.