Fabric Works

AGIVIR™ STICK’ON

A major innovation

serving the fight against Coronaviruses

We appreciate that as COVID-19 developments take place, they also bring continued uncertainty for many of our customers, suppliers and colleagues.

With this in mind, we would like to offer this new and exciting fabric – A protective adhesive membrane that covers surfaces to reduce the spread of Coronavirus and a solution to combat the current pandemic.

AGIVIR™ STICK’ON – for more information on the fabric please click here

Our Services

Years of Expertise

Design

With over 20 years of experience and knowledge within the industry, we can offer our expert advise and assistance with any project, large or small.

Using the latest technology and software such as Auto CAD, Sketchup Pro, MPanel Pro, Adobe Illustrator, InDesign & Photoshop we bring your project to life.

Our aim is to ensure that the brief is met, the design is efficient to manufacture, straight forward to install and offers a good value for money.

 

Manufacture

Within our own state of the art Sail loft,  we use the latest technology in both industrial sewing and high frequency welding, using any one of our three HF welders including our 14m travelling head welder.

Our range of sewing machines allow us to join many fabrics which include Polyester, Lycra, Cotton, Canvas, Glass Fibre and PVC to list a few.

We also pride ourselves in using traditional sail making techniques which we feel is a lost art within the industry.

Fabric

We specialise in flame retardant fabrics for Exterior, Interior and Exhibition use. Conforming to inherently fire resistant BS476 (part 6, Class 0) or BS5687 and M1B1 Euroclass.

Using high quality fabrics that guarantee the best finish and will stand the test of time.

If you wish to purchase fabric from us it’s generally a 2 week lead-time and a minimum order of 20 linear meters by roll width.

Print

We can offer dye sublimation print upto 5m wide, using a wide range of flame retardant fabrics and processes.

We can finish your printed fabric using one of the following techniques: turned hem with eyelets, keder, pole and pocket, webbing or silicone bead.

Please ensure your artwork is print ready, ideally at 75 dpi at final size, and saved as a PDF making sure there is 50mm bleed at final size.