Suppliers, Engineering, Other
|Depending on the application, exterior rolling gates and interior
rolling gates, vertical and horizontal fast moving rolling gates and rolling
gates with integrated windows with different industrial rolling gate materials
are available as industrial rolling gates They are available from light weight
to heavy designs. Cold resistant, fire resistant and antistatic options can
also be manufactured.
curtain in ( Polyester / PVC ) complete with anodized aluminum extrusion for
holding the inter changeable sections.
sections allows easy arrangements of differently coloured and transparent
panels as well as replacement in case of accidental damage.
High-speed roller doors are offered in many different versions,
providing individual and customized system solutions for nearly every
All high-speed roller doors are produced in a largely maintenance
free modular construction
The speed of the vertical folding
pvc fabric and the opening/closing automatism
allow a continuous and quick use of the passage, avoiding expensive thermal
exchanges between inside and outside.
Strong wind resistance. The Pvc fabric is reinforced with metallic
bars put into the horizontal compartments of the doors, to contrast wind force,
above all in the case of doors with big dimensions. These reinforcements
function also as protection for workers and goods in case of breaking due to
wrong or accidental maneuverings.
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are exclusive India representatives of BELGIUM based SIOEN INDUSTRIES to
distribute their range of Truck Cover and Tarpaulin Fabrics in India.
Truck tarpaulin project the image of the company. The protection
of the transported goods as well as the advertisement for the company put
exceptional demands on the material. The type of fabric, the coating and the
surface painting have a large impact on the tear-out force, tear-out
resistance, flexibility, print reproduction and durability. Depending on the
application and operational demand, truck tarpaulins are available in different
weights, widths, finishings and many attractive colors.
Applications: Truck Tarpaulin, Truck Cover, Side Curtain, Top
Cover, Trailer tarpaulins, sliding tarpaulins, container tarpaulins, open top
containers, Caravan cover, Machinery cover, Boat cover, vehicle tarpaulins, airplane
containers, wagon tarpaulins
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|We have a full line of Tent fabric
material that provides maximum tear strength, minimal weight, excellent
dimensional stability and resistance to mildew, fading and fire.
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|Fabric structures allow you to make a statement.
Textile construction as a component of modern architecture is
accepted increasingly all over the world. Membranes permit area designs which
are aesthetic, light weight and durable. They are installed quickly, can
cover large areas and do not need support constructions. They can be used for
aesthetic and functional purposes, as well as for separation, figurative
and visual purposes. Translucent membranes provide natural lighting and
Bloc-Out membranes prevent light transmission and significantly reduce heat
We are exclusive India representatives
of BELGIUM based SIOEN INDUSTRIES to distribute their range of Architectural
Fabrics (Tent & Tensile Structures) in India. The Beijing Olympics Tent
Structures were made in SIOEN Fabrics.
A very advanced and high tech type of technical textile is used
for textile architecture. Strict European and international regulations define
the production process and technical characteristics of each type of technical
textile. We offer from SIOEN’s manufacturing plants in Belgium & France
high quality- lightweight and heavy weight Coated Textiles for tensile membrane
structures, rooftops, sides, tents, halls, domes, etc.
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