We’ve all been there – half way through your morning or evening shower, rinsing the suds from your hair when it pops into your head. You’ve thought of the perfect product to solve all of those nagging issues. You run from the shower, wrapped only in a towel, dripping on your carpet as you hurriedly draw out all of the details fresh from your think tank. But how do you get that idea from your now-sopping-wet note pad you’re still holding and turn it into a reality?
For our larger projects involving specialty covers and structures, we’ve found that it’s simply faster and easier to make seals on a table you can set up freely on an open table. How do you make seals on an open table? Move an RF welder over top of it! The Forsstrom Traveling RF Welder can do just that.
For most of the construction cycle, zones full of back hoes and dirt piles can put a downer on the otherwise pleasant view. There is a way that this can be helped, if only for those outside of the construction area – Celina’s printed Mesh Fence Screens area great addition to any ground breaking even after the work has started.
As Celina continues to improve products and processes around our main manufacturing campus, we’ve set our sights on refining more than just production. After all, what’s the point in continuing to make a product if it can’t withstand the test of time? Celina has always had various structures installed outside from time to time, but with all of the new developments we decided to put in an official area, decked out with monitoring equipment, for the sole purpose of testing shelters outdoors.
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.