We produce canopies, tents, covers and technical curtains from canvas with a double PVC coated layer.
The company provides the full production cycle for covering products with eyelets, including checking the quality of the original material, design and technical supervision, and supervision of the finished product. When the fabric reaches production, it is checked using a semi-automatic grading machine. We check the fabric’s strength, canvas material is also checked for waterproofing and PVC is checked for frost resistance.
Design of 3D models of covers
Our design bureau is responsible for developing the technical concept of products, preparing design solutions and drawing up design documentation. Using 3D modelling, the design department creates computer models of tents, canopies and covers of any size or shape. An engineer works with the designers and is responsible for ensuring that the design solutions match the company’s capabilities.
Welded PVC technical curtains
Welded PVC technical curtains are durable, leak-proof and resistant to temperature variations and rot. We use a high frequency machine for welding, which provides a uniform temperature, making the weld stronger and the welded section even. The HFC machine kit includes a set of different electrodes, which can be used to set the shape of the weld, weld structural tent elements into it, such as cords, poles, accessories, etc.
Tent product accessories
The places for eyelets, tent corners and sections adjacent to the frame are strengthened by sewing or welding on additional fabric elements. Metal eyelets are generally used in tents, canopies, covers and technical curtains. Galvanised steel eyelets are the most durable type. Bronze ones are not prone to rust and are more decorative.
Sewing of canopies for large equipment
We sew standard canvas rectangular tents and non-standard configuration products: covers and tents for large goods and equipment. Special sewing machines are used to work with heavy fabrics, providing an even and durable double stitch which can be stretched, looks attractive and gives the product a finished appearance.
We produce insulated tents and thermal mats by welding two PVC fabric sheets of equal size along the perimeter. An insulation layer is placed between the sheets. The internal thermal mat space is sealed, the air in the porous structure serves as an effective heat insulator.