Experience and Techniques
in Non-linear Architecture


PVC membrane is a cost-effective alternative to traditional roofing systems and can be produced in a multitude of colors to coordinate with individual building project needs. When produced in bright white, this flexible fabric membrane reduces radiant heat gain, keeping interior temperatures cooler during warmer weather conditions.

PVC membrane is commonly coated with a protective acrylic or PVDF top coat with a design life of approximately 15-20 years. If PVC membrane is exposed to high levels of UV in such areas like Florida or in the Southwest U.S., the design life of PVC is approximately 10-15 years.

Technically, PVC is a molecule comprised of carbon, hydrogen and chlorine. The combination of these elements results in a single-ply membrane that is simple to manufacture. During fabrication, remnants can be recycled and melted down to be reproduced, resulting in less waste.

Because PVC is a thermoplastic, this membrane can be softened into a semi-solid state and infused with UV light inhibitors and anti-soiling fungicides. During installation, multiple sheets of the fabric can be overlapped and fused together in a process known as weldable seam technology. Once cooled at room temperature, these sheets form one continuous membrane.

PVC coated with non-toxic and flame-resistant TiO2 (titanium dioxide) produces a photocatalytic membrane that functions like the leaves of a tree, providing shade and comfort while actively neutralizing airborne pollutants and odors. The unique self-cleaning benefits of TiO2 allow the material to break down dirt and other organic materials through a chemical reaction with the sun’s UV rays, oxygen and water vapor, present in the air.

This reaction, known as oxidation-reduction, converts these materials into harmless gases and natural components without using excess chemicals, solvents or water. The resulting sediments are simply washed away by rain. As a result, the membrane material remains bright and clean, reducing the need for frequent service.


Our PVC Material Suppliers

We procure raw material from the best available brand names, ensuring quality to our clients.

  • Mehler Texnologies

Supply of PVC, PVDF. Mehler Texnologies is one of the internationally leading companies on the market for coated fabrics. They produce and distribute popular material under the brand names VALMEX®, POLYMAR® and AIRTEX®.

  • Serge Ferrari

Supply of PVC, PVDF. French leader in the composite textiles industry, The Serge Ferrari Group is industry leader, especially in the field of textile architecture

  • Verseidag

Based on its outstanding expertise in weaving and coating, Verseidag Coating & Composite can cater to many different types of customer requests, producing tailor-made solutions for all kinds of niche markets with its great power of innovation.

  • Sattler
  • Heytex
  • Sioen


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