Industrial

Industrial

Constructing a new building or a road? Working on a new industrial project? Looking for cost-effective and reliable construction materials?

Tension fabric is your right choice!

With unique construction, better design and enhanced tensile strength, tension fabrics can be used to cover small to large constructions. With age of up to 30 years, tension fabrics have become a popular choice for industrial construction and storage solutions.

Why Choose Tension Fabric for Industries

Industrial constructions include temporary installations, which may give the engineers a run for their money if constructed with metals or other hard materials. For instance, while repairing roads contractors need to keep the equipment protected in temporary storages. These temporary storage houses take up a hefty amount from the project’s budget if constructed with metal, wood and other hard materials.

Tension fabric provides a low cost solution for temporary and permanent industrial constructions. Tension fabric constructions are portable and reusable, which is why these are readily used in industrial designs.

The fabric cladding technique and unique engineering makes tension fabric material identical to metal construction.

Tension fabric is available in a large variety from polyethylene to PVC and 12 ounce to 32 ounce. It is tougher than ordinary fabric and lighter than hard construction materials. The large variety in tension fabric makes it usable for a wide range of purposes.

Tension fabric material is not only durable, but it is also repairable. The combination of heat and pressure treatment enhances its tensile strength and makes it resistant to weather and conventional wear and tear.

The fabric structure can last up to 20 years. With appropriate coating and damage prevention, the fabric structure can last up to 30 years. The tension in fabric is maintained vertically and horizontally. With biaxial tension the fabric’s life span increases.

Offering a wide range in sizes, tension fabric material can be used to cover acres of storage houses and a few feet of domestic constructions.

This virtually appealing fabric with durability and flexibility is more reliable and suitable than metal constructions for temporary and permanent constructions.