Louvers

Louvers are devices for strengthening the loop through. They are often used to fix wide-format stretch marks or banners on various surfaces, most often in outdoor advertising.


The word louvers ("cringle") in many European languages ​​means "slot". Louvers consist of two parts: an inner and an outer ring with a sleeve, which provide reliable fastening of banners in various weather conditions. Without them, the banner canvas may deform due to gusts of wind or other adverse weather conditions. To avoid banner displacement, a strong cable is passed through the holes to secure the banner. Louvers also protect the edges of the banner web from cross-section and tearing.


Louvers are also successfully used in the manufacture of smaller printed items, such as folders, calendars, badges, notebooks etc.

The cost of an order always depends on the circulation.
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