With another flip of the calendar, we’ve entered a new season for fresh and exhilarating developments. Half of the winter is gone already – which makes the coming months the perfect time for additional prep once spring rolls around. Our rolls of barn curtains are made using strong, reinforced materials and proven production methods.
Hot air is one of the simplest ways to get materials sealed together. Not nearly as intrusive as sewing (which leaves a series of holes in the material and call allow water permeation) or as labor intensive as RF welding (which necessitates a smaller work/sealing areas due to technical constraints), a properly calibrated heat seal creates a water-tight link between panels that is as strong as the base fabric.
Here at Celina we fancy ourselves fairly knowledgeable about industrial fabrics. From the standard PVC vinyl that is the mainstay of our commercial production lines to tricot and biological/chemical resistant fabrics, we’ve done massive amounts of trial-and-error study and research into sealing and sewing the products.
When you are considering new ducting, the movement of the air within the duct can help you to choose exactly what style and type of ducting you’re going to be hunting for. Not so much the direction of the air, but more how that air is being moved. Much like how meteorologists talk about high pressure and low pressure fronts, the method of air movement is going to greatly impact the fabric and reinforcement choices you make.