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Banners:

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f The Design:

f taken care of by Chanterie
f by you
f by an external advertising firm

f The Methods:

f painting: high-quality paint, elastic and radiant
f printing: using inkjet or Scotchprint procedures allow proccessing of all possible photos and digital images
f adhesive film

f Media:

f tarpaulin: for print and paint techniques
f mesh: for print

f Finishing:

f The following discusses the various finisches. We can also finish covers that are already printed or painted using these methods.

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1. Reinforced edges:

f by making an edge: the edge of the banner are folded over and then closed using high-frequency welding
f flat welding: a 5cm reinforcement band is welded to the edge


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2. Rings:

f the banner is reinforced all around and equipped with rings as a haning system (in combination with elastic and s-hooks these can be attached around a tube).
f available with openings of 10, 14, 18mm diameter
f brass (yellow) or stainless steel (grey)


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3. String:

f The banners are equipped on 2 or 4 sides by a string that slides through a corresponding profile
f string diameter: 8, 10, 12, 14 mm
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4. Expansion link:

f open edge custom made for sliding in a tube
f the edge can be placed at the top or bottom, left or right

      

f Assembling :


 

t Springsystem:

Transverse on the façade between two tubes using stainless steel springs

banner width of 60cm
banner width of 80cm
banner width of 100cm

Equal with the façade between two tubes using stainless steel springs

banner width of 75cm
banner width of 100cm
banner width of 125cm
banner width of 150cm

optional: illumination mounted on the tubes



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f Mounting banners in a metal frame

The frame is made of sturdy metal tubes connected by different connecting elements. The tubes are hot galvanized or made from aluminium and the connecting elements are hot galvanized. These are mounted to the façade of the building concerned by means of wall supports. The banner is spanned in the frame using elastics to keep it nicely taut.

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Mounting banners by means of aluminium profiles

Using high-frequency welding technique, strings are attached to the edge of the banner. These strings are pushed through a profile that can be attached to the façade of a building, for example.

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