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PAK Fabrication

PAK carries a full line of hardware to help you with your fabric installation. If you have any questions about hardware, please call us today at (706) 894-1444!

Edge Taping
Our high strength, UV stabilized, polypropylene reinforcement tape is sewn to panel edges and seams to help prevent fraying. All seams sewn with UV stabilized thread.
Grommeting
Brass spread grommets are fastened into taped edges and seams to provide a secure grip for installation clips, ties or S-hooks.

Seaming
Two or more standard widths can be sewn together to create custom-size panels. All seams are strengthened with 2.75” reinforcement webbing tape.
Flat Seaming
Flat seamson a panels help keep the seam line from puckering and make for a smoother finished panel.

Pinch Pleats
Custom pleated seams with tape reinforcement provide a better hand grip to aid in the on-site installation and tightening of fabric panels.
Center Row Grommets
Brass spread grommets are fastened into taped seams to aid in the attachment of large panels to the structural frame.

Slitting
Panels or standard fabric widths are cut to your specified size. PAK recommends slit edges be taped to help prevent fabric unraveling. Hot slitting also available.
Pipe Hem
Fabric edges are folded back and sewn to create pocket hems which will accommodate a 1” or 2” OD pipe insertion.

Irregular Sizes
Panels can be made to unique shapes such as triangles, trapezoids, circles, five-sided, six-sided, etc.
Velcro
Velcro tape can be sewn into the edges and seams of panels to create a better enclosure. It can also be used on flaps to attach to the body of the panel.

Fabric Drilling
Fabric panels are drilled at regularly spaced intervals to allow greater water drainage or airflow on flat roof structures.
Hot Cutting
Fabric rolls are slit into smaller widths using a hot slit machine. Fabric panels may also be “hot-punched” or cut at specific intervals with a variety of shapes.

Heat Sealing
Seams can be made using a high-temperature, heat bonding process that creates a rugged, waterproof seal.
Reroll
Large rolls of fabric are rerolled onto smaller rolls for ease of handling. Center folding can cut a roll’s width in half or less to facilitate easier shipping.

Flap Taping
Brass spread grommets are fastened into taped flat seams to allow for a flat laying panel.
Cable Insertion
Fabric edges are folded back and sewn to create pocket hems which will accommodate an inserted cable.

"J" Seams
Two or more standard widths are folded and sewn together to create a superior seam. All seams are strengthened with 2.75” reinforcement webbing tape.
Surging
Two fabric panels are seamed together with a zigzag stitch to maximize fabric widths. Edges can also be surged to help prevent fraying.