Oval PVC/PUR eyelet with rounded shoulders and 24 x 88 mm elongated hole. Typically used for hole reinforcements in banners, tarpaulins, building wraps etc. HF Welded PVC eyelets will fuse together with the foil and result in a joint that is significantly stronger and can withstand significantly higher pull forces than metal eyelets. This is especially true when working in mesh materials. PVC eyelets will not tear out and will not rust and stain the material. They can be colour matched to the fabric and will make recycling of PVC and vinyl banners much easier, as the entire banner can be processed as-is without manually removing metal eyelets
Welding times of 1.5 seconds for single eyelets and 2-3 seconds for double eyelets are typical - depending on the HF generator used and the thickness and layers of sheets to weld.
Can be High Frequency welded using our electrode 07-400-0040
- Material and geometry optimized for High Frequency (HF) welding
- Available in versions for welding to PUR based materials
- Match or surpass metal grommets in pull strength
- Avoid strains and rust
- Allows easy recycling of vinyl and PVC banners, tarps etc. once ready for disposal
- Produced in Denmark using quality materials and in respect of sustainability and work environment
|Order#||Material||Color||From stock||Standard Pack||Proper-
|04-141-1007||PVC/PUR||1 x 2.000||-|
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All measurements and drawings are nominal. For exact measurements - and for critical integration - please contact sales for detailed drawings. Carmo is not responsible for misprints and technical changes.
Please note: Products in PVC are inherently susceptible to deformation due to elevated temperatures during storage and transportation. Carmo recommends storing and transporting components between 0 and 30 deg Celsius. In order to help minimise this risk, all Carmo products are shipped in extremely rigid cartons with a comparatively small number of parts per box.
(*) Smaller quantities can be delivered on request for a repacking fee.
(**) Stocklevels are indicative.