What is Vinyl Fabric and How Useful It Is?
Vinyl has been been in existence for more than a century and widely used for industrial and commercial purposes. Vinyl Fabric is composite of ethylene, natural gas and chlorine and used for indoor and mostly for outdoor applications due to its rigidity. Vinyl fabrics vary in terms of their quality, and therefore are classified according to their application. These Fabric is known for its durability, resistance to abrasion and lasting color, industrial applications of Vinyl fabric include automotive decoration, insulation purposes, and it is also used for patio. Vinyl fabric is less costly than Latex and Leather as well. The process of vinyl manufacturing consumes less energy and offer advantages to manufacturers to product good quality fabric in less cost.
APPLICATIONS OF VINYL FABRIC
> It is used to develop industrial tarps, conveyor belts, sacks, and container.
> Automotive applications covers, roof, airbags, seat covers and headliners.
> It’s often used in the manufacturing of SPEs’ such as, Fire Suit, Space Suits, Military applications.
> Vinyl fabric is widely used because of its resistive properties such as, Resistance to Fire, Oil, chemical, and it is also mechanically stable and can be processed and molded.
It is important to know choose the right material for right type of application to ensure quality and durability to fulfill objective. Its amorphous structure contains chlorine and fluorine that are highly stable and this chemical stability makes the material strong, color fast and resistant to multiple stressors.