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Vinyl Banners

Vinyl banners are versatile and durable promotional tools used in various settings, including businesses, schools, events, and organisations. They are made from a flexible and sturdy material called PVC (polyvinyl chloride), which makes them resistant to harsh weather conditions and suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. Vinyl banners are a cost-effective advertising that can be used for various purposes.

 

Here are some of the most common uses of vinyl banners:

 

  • Promoting products and services: Businesses can use vinyl banners to promote their products and services, especially during sales or promotions. These banners can be displayed in front of the store or in high-traffic areas to attract customers' attention.

  • Advertising events: Vinyl banners can be used to promote events such as trade shows, concerts, fairs, and festivals. They can be placed in prominent locations to generate buzz and increase attendance.

  • Celebrating special occasions: Vinyl banners can be used to celebrate special occasions such as birthdays, graduations, and weddings. They can be customised with photos, messages, and designs to create a personalised and memorable display.

  • Raising awareness: Non-profit organisations can use vinyl banners to raise awareness about social causes, such as environmental issues, health awareness, or community outreach programs.

  • Branding and identification: Vinyl banners can be used to promote brand identity and recognition. They can be customized with logos, colours, and messages to help businesses and organisations stand out and differentiate themselves from competitors.

Vinyl banners

London printers Designed4Print Ltd offer a range of services, including the design and production of vinyl banners. Our team of experienced designers can work with you to create custom designs that accurately reflect your brand and message. They can incorporate logos, images, and text into the banner to create an eye-catching design that will grab the attention of potential customers.

Once the design is complete, Designed4Print Ltd uses high-quality printing technology to produce the vinyl banner. We use durable, weather-resistant materials to ensure that the banner can withstand harsh weather conditions and maintain its vibrancy over time. We also offer a range of finishing options, such as hems and eyelets, to ensure that the banner can be easily hung and displayed.

 

440gsm Vinyl PVC

Our most popular type of banner has a wide range of uses.  

  • Industry standard banner-grade PVC

  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use

  • High-quality full-colour print

  • Standard finishing included

  • Printed with fade-proof UV-based inks

 

Premium 500gsm Vinyl PVC

Ideal for very large banners (over 6m x 2m)

  • Heavy duty grade PVC

  • M1/B1 fire-rated material to comply with UK and European Fire Safety Standards

  • Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use

  • High-quality full-colour print Standard finishing included

  • Printed with fade-proof UV-based inks

 

740gsm Double-Sided PVC

Our top-of-the-range material for use on double-sided banners

  • Light-stop lining to prevent show-through from the reverse

  • High-quality full-colour print • Standard finishing included

  • Printed with fade-proof UV-based inks

  • M1/B1 fire-rated material to comply with UK and European Fire Safety Standards

  • Each banner is printed and finished to your requirements.

 

Our premium 740gsm banner material is probably the best quality material on the market. It has two layers of PVC with a light-stop material in between. This prevents any show-through from the reverse side so is the perfect solution for double-sided banners.

The material can also be used for single-sided banners, giving them a supreme quality feel and extra strength.

NEW 400gsm PVC Free

A more environmentally-friendly banner material that is completely PVC-free. Click here to see more.

340gsm Mesh Banners

Ideal for building wraps and very large banners

  • Printed on fine 340gsm PVC Mesh

  • 25% Air-flow through

  • Offers enhanced image compared to other mesh

  • M1/B1 fire-rated to comply with UK and European fire safety standards

  • Standard finishing included

  • Printed with fade-proof UV-based inks

 

Mesh PVC material is ideal for use on scaffolding or large building wraps, as well as Heras Fencing and Crowd Control Barriers.

The mesh banner material is 25% open to allow air to pass through creating less stress on the banner itself. The mesh also allows a certain amount of light through so that when used on buildings, windows are not left completely darkened.

 

Mesh is lighter than standard banner material which means it could be more suited where weight is an issue, such as installation or the protection of the surface it is being fixed to.

Finishes Available for Vinyl Banners

Below are the standard finishes available for our vinyl banners. There are no additional charges for these finishes.

Hems & Eyelets

Banners will be given a welded hem, then eyeletted at equal distributions along the hem. The standard distribution of eyelets is one per metre. If you require a different distribution or specific placement of eyelets, that’s no problem at all – simply let us know what you need when you place your order. Hems are available on 440gsm and 500gsm PVC only. 740gsm PVC is cut to size.

 

Hems Only

Banners will be given a 53mm welded hem.

 

Trimmed to Size

Banners will be cut to the size ordered.

 

Trimmed with Eyelets

Same as Trimmed to Size but with the addition of eyelets.

 

Pole Pockets

A pocket is added to the edges you require to allow a pole to pass through and support/tension the banner. The diameter of the pocket can be specified by you, however, if you let us know the diameter of the object to go into the pole pocket we can calculate the size of the pocket for you.

 

Notice: It should be noted that banners are designed for temporary use only, and we cannot take responsibility for any fitting or installation issues that may arise. Like all temporary signage, banners should be taken down if wind speeds exceed 30mph to avoid any potential damage or safety concerns.

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