As a Trusted Advisor, Value Vinyls understands the changing trends in the Industrial Textile Industry. We are proud to have an experienced team with resources to be able to work closely with you in building new products to meet your exact requirements and developing your own product program.
Partnering together, we can customize products for several markets through our endless capabilities.
“Our goal is to develop sustainable products and programs to suit your needs by listening, learning, and executing; it is what we love to do. Our in-house lab and unlimited external resources ensure quality assurance protocols while minimizing liabilities.
We are excited to be your Partner and help you build a better solution.”
Director of Product Development
HOW CAN WE ASSIST YOU?
Value Vinyls offers advanced in-house testing done through our product development program known as V2 Lab.
Whether it’s a one-off project or a complete line of products, we can accommodate a variety of needs for these very different endeavors.
CUSTOMIZED PRODUCTS & PROGRAMS
Extensive weight, width, color, emboss or treatment options.
Extensive treatment options for product performance and longevity.
Specialized fabric sourcing for widths up to 144” for vinyl and up to 256” for HDPE.
Custom color matching to specific color requirements.
OUR TESTING CAPABILITIES
V2 Laboratory is fully equipped with the machines necessary to perform an array of tests including:
Abrasion testing is performed to determine the fabric’s resistance to scraping. Based on the number of cycles and pressure applied, we can ascertain whether the fabric is abrasion resistant or more susceptible to damage.
Our microscopic camera allows us to see in detail the finer elements within our products. We can also observe any flaws in yarn, weave, or coating so that we may continue to improve our products and be leaders in quality.
We are capable of performing puncture tests; Ball and Screwdriver. The different methods determine the fabric’s resistance to sharp edged and rounded or dull objects.
The Spectrometer is used to determine color values. Light is transmitted through a prism and the light is then differed, allowing us to determine the color of the material.
We are able to measure 3 different types of tear; Tongue, Trapezoid, and Tensile (strip and grab). The materials are cut and mounted into the machine to determine tear strength according to their pre-slit state.
The QUV machine accelerates weathering due to rain and sun. It allows us to determine the durability and elemental resistance of our fabrics.