Download the "Common Seaming Methods for PVC Textiles" Whitepaper

The one thing all fabric products share in common is a seam. Whether it’s an awning, marine cover, or aerospace product, seams can make-or-break a fabric. Herculite Inc. understands that a strong seam is the foundation of any fabric product. 

In this paper, we look at common seaming methods for polyvinyl chloride (PVC) textiles. Methods discussed include:

  • Air Welding
  • Radio Frequency Welding/Bar Welding
  • Sewing Using Polyester or Teflon Thread
  • Solvent Welding
  • Wedge Welding

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