The material commonly referred to as "PVC" is actually a PVC paste sprayed over a polyester yarn (thread) square grid (think of noughts & crosses) to provide strength. Thicknesses can vary from about 200 microns (25 thou”) upwards.

Therefore it is very tough, and can be heavy depending on thickness.

Warning though, it is quite difficult to sew; you will need a robust domestic sewing machine, or an industrial one, request a sample to try it.

We use a heavier one for the base of our motorcycle bike bags and for our narrow boat cratch covers we offer a choice of medium weight and heavyweight; whilst the medium weight is the material of choice for our 100% waterproof dinghy covers and dodgers.

Also used for made-to-order jobs requiring 100% waterproof, medium weight or heavyweight.

Use it for anything where you want total 100% waterproof, and breathabilty is not required

Available off the roll in a width of 6 feet 9 inches / 2.05 metres, in a choice of 2 colours. Minimum 1 foot / 300mm.

Request a colour sample

PVC Red PVC Black

PVC FABRICS
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Clear£4.88
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330D Black£4.24
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£13.91
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580D Black£3.60
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630D Green£5.85
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£19.19
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650D Red£5.60
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DEFINITION OF TERMS (click to show/hide definitions)

Denier (or D) can be roughly defined as the diameter (thickness) of the thread used to weave the textile, and this approximation is acceptable for everyday use.

A textile can be defined as a fabric or cloth created by either weaving or knitting (also crocheting & felting) with a thread, fibre or yarn.

Breathability is about water vapour evaporation, not breathing ! For a technical definition go to the BSI (British Standards Institute) website; our textiles comply with BS3424 (water vapour permeability).

We also use two plastic materials, for which thickness is defined in microns. A micron is 1/1000th of a millimetre; for comparison, a human hair is about 100 microns. For true English we also show the approximate 1/1000th of an inch equivalent !

These plastics are 100% waterproof (ie completely impervious to water) and therefore not breathable.