PVC canvas serve as a highly popular and commonly-used waterproof canvas fabric in the fabrication of canvas covers, canvas bag, canvas tote bags, canvas sheets and awnings as PVC coated canvas tarpaulin has a variety of favourable properties which supports these applications. PVC fibers have high chemical and water resistance, do not burn well . At low elongations PVC fibers recover completely from deformation. PVC fibers are soft and exhibit good recovery from bending deformation. PVC is extremely hydrophobic, have a moisture regain of 0.0% – 0.1% under standard conditions. The fiber is a poor heat and electrical conductor and possesses potential in insulation applications.
PVC canvas is only attacked very slowly by ultraviolet rays in sunlight compared to other materials. PVC fiber melts with decomposition at 135 degree celsius to 180 degree celsius. Coated canvas tarpaulin are unaffected by moisture, chemically stable, resistant to moths and biological attack, poor conductors of electricity. PVC is also used extensively in industrial applications such as bonding agents for non-woven products, since they have high resistance to chemicals. Other products include flame- retardant christmas trees, filter pads, fishing lines and nets, and protective clothing.
PVC canvas specifications
|PVC tent fabric | DuraTarps DLT-5207|
|Technology:||Lamination / Coating|
|Structure:||PVC film+polyester base fabric+PVC film / 3 layers laminated|
|Base fabric:||1000D 23*23
|Blockout:||Extra blockout layer available
|FR certification:||Customized B1, B2, M1, M2, NFPA701, DIN75200;|
|Packing:||Paper tube+PE film+Craft paper|
|MOQ:||3000yards for customization/ 100yards for in-stock|
PVC canvas features:
1. Outstanding tearing strength
4. Aging resistant
5. Flame retardant
6. UV resistance available
7. Antistatic available
8. Good digital printable, high intensity and durability, self-cleaning.
9. Oil and chemical resistant
PVC canvas applications:
Coated canvas finds its major use in industrial fabrics including filters, tarpaulins and awnings, in protective clothing, and in upholstery for outdoor furnishings.