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Kavalan receives secondary Tensile Strength certification

Kavalan receives secondary Tensile Strength certification
Kavalan Sunlight weldable and Kavalan Spiderweb 300 Mesh PVC-free banner materials have both received secondary BS3424 Pt 4.6 Tensile Strength certification.

The Kavalan range already has tensile strength and tear resistance ratings but additional accreditation is required by on-site engineers before building wraps are installed to check wind loads and ensure safety requirements.

In addition to its existing B1, EN 13501-1 and NFPA 701 fire ratings, this new certification further cements Kavalan’s safety status.

Kavalan, which resembles traditional PVC in both its look and feel and can also match it in terms of strength, offers all of the advantages of PVC with none of its eco malignance. In fact, with its stringent eco accreditation, including LCA (Lifecycle Assessment) and REACH compliance, this PVC and phthalate-free material can be successfully used instead of traditional PVC banner substrates.

Further, in addition to its tensile accreditations, independent testing carried out by global welding titans FIAB, LEISTER and Miller Weldmaster all endorsed the product 100 percent, describing it as an industry game-changer.

Damien Clarke, Sales Director (materials) CMYUK said, “These accreditations further enhance Kavalan’s already impressive credentials, proving, without doubt, its position as the true eco-replacement for traditional PVC banner.”

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