Poly banners hemmed with ropes at the top and bottom are a popular choice for outdoor advertising and promotional purposes. These banners are made of high-quality, durable polyvinyl chloride (PVC) material, which is known for its resistance to weather, sunlight, and other environmental factors.
The hemming process involves folding and sewing the edges of the banner to create a reinforced border that helps to prevent fraying and tearing. The hemmed edges are then reinforced with ropes that are threaded through the folded edges and tied securely at the corners. This creates a sturdy and reliable banner that can withstand the rigors of outdoor use.
The ropes at the top and bottom of the banner serve several purposes. Firstly, they allow the banner to be hung easily from poles or other structures using hooks or ties. Secondly, they add extra weight to the banner, helping it to stay taut and in place even in windy conditions. Finally, they provide an additional element of strength and stability to the banner, further reducing the risk of tearing or damage.
Poly banners with hemmed edges and ropes are versatile and can be used for a variety of applications, including outdoor events, festivals, sports games, trade shows, and more. They are available in a wide range of sizes, colors, and designs, making it easy to customize them to suit your specific needs and requirements.
Except for the 48" banner which is made of 13oz vinyl no hem, no rope with 2 grommets on top.