It uses special high-tenacity and low-shrinkage polyester yarn as its base cloth. PVC Coated
Fabrics are produced by a highly sophisticated SOL coating process,
The preheat tempering of its polyester scrim at 180℃ ensures superior dimensional stability at less than 0.5%, enough to bear extreme temperature from -35℃ to 80℃ and impermissible to occurring any modification such as shrinkage or drooping.
Complete and thorough penetration of super-heated liquid PVC SOL into the scrim and fibers by both sides simultaneously, it sets the highest durability and adhesive linkages with fabric integrity.
Furthermore, it is noted and commended for its exceptional “Flatness” propensity in fruit of its “Repetitive, Thin coating” and “Gradual build-up” Process; it also creates Ultra-Violet Superiority over other-for ultra-durability in sun light conditions.
In short, the SOL Coating process is immeasurably superior to the low-tech laminating process which has so often in the past been used in the production of PVC fabrics.
Over Double Tensile Strength of Comparable one
Dimensional Stability, Less than 1%: PVC and Fiber Pro-heat tempering
Great Durability: Complete liquid PVC penetration
Superb flatness: Gradual, repetitive, and thin-coating process yields flat-lie
Superior Weld Ability
Dirt Resistance: Special Anti-soiling Surface Treatment
Weathering Resistance: The Highest Degree of UV Protection
Special Anti-chemical Breakdown Treatment
Complete and Thorough Antiwicking Treatment