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  The Dickson North American Collection includes a vast assortment of mildew-resistant, water-repellent fabrics. Available through Trivantage®, its special Cleangard® coating delays the formation and accumulation of grime, making it easy to clean. Made of 100% solution-dyed acrylic, this high-strength awning fabric is durable and heat sealable. Building on more than 200 years of expertise, Continue reading →

Without a doubt, this year’s Virtual IFAI Expo was an experience like no other. In a first, the show shifted to a virtual gathering due to the pandemic. From show organizers to exhibitors to visitors, everyone worked tirelessly to make the industrial fabrics industry’s flagship show a success. We hope you enjoyed the experience and Continue reading →

The Sunbrella® Mayfield Collection®, available exclusively from Trivantage®, is a premium selection of shade and marine fabrics created from 100% Sunbrella® Acrylic, making it perfect for every awning or shade application. The new collection delivers a premium aesthetic combined with the renowned durability and performance of Sunbrella fabrics, and design choices include boat covers and Continue reading →

If you’re interested in custom branding opportunities then consider ShadeCast™, a highly versatile shade fabric available from Trivantage®. Engineered with a durable coating on both sides, the woven polyester shade fabric features exceptional digital printing capability for motorsport canopies, decorative indoor awnings, banners, and more. “ShadeCast is designed to bring your brand to life in Continue reading →

Our exclusive fabric bond tape uses high-quality bonding technology for durable seams. It helps achieve the three principles of welding success: speed, heat, and pressure. This polyurethane-based welding tape is used to heat seal seams with Hot Air, Hot Wedge, or RF (radio frequency) welding equipment. Trivantage recommends using the tape with a Miller Weldmaster®. Continue reading →

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