SRF laminated fabrics which are used as flex in hoardings, billboards and signage are not only suitable for high quality screen printing and digital printing, but are also compatible with all solvent-based printers such as Vutek, Nur and Scitex.
Under special treatment, SRF products also exhibit anti-UV and fire-retardant properties.
With a pan India network of channel partners, SRF promises to serve customers anywhere in the country.
The company’s laminated products can be classified under the following categories:
Both the Cold and Hot Laminated front lit and back lit flex, essentially used in hoardings, banners and signages are available both in glossy as well as matte finish.
The Hot Laminated Protective Cover fabrics are used as tarpaulins both for static as well as dynamic applications.
The company’s laminated products are sold in the market under the following brand names:
Cold Laminated Front Lit
Cold Laminated Back Lit
Hot Laminated Protective Covers
Grain Storage (Gunny bags covers)
The manufacturing process of laminated fabrics essentially involves Calendaring, Lamination and Fabrication.
In the Calendaring process, PVC films are made from the PVC chips.
In the Lamination process, one layer of grey fabric sandwiched between two layers of PVC films are compressed to form a single composite unit under heat and pressure. The composite (Flex) will pass through the embossing stack to get the desired finish.
And, in the Fabrication process, the panels are cut to required sizes using automatic cutting machine as per customer requirement.
Established in 2010, SRF plant at Kashipur in India is equipped with the following facilities:
Name of the Plant SRF Laminated Fabrics Plant
Location Unit 2, Plot No. 12, Rampura, Rampura Road, Kashipur - 244 713, Dist. Udham Singh Nagar, Uttaranchal, India
Tel +91 5947-275604/05, 8755902673/674 Fax: +91-5947 275606
Year of Establishment 2010
Key Production Facilities Calendaring, Lamination, Hot Lamination & Fabrication
Plant Area 97.25 x 80 in mtr
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