Trade price velcro for customers looking to apply graphics to walls and shell schemes at exhibitions and events, where loop nylon trade show stands are used. Commonly used to attach large graphics to display and marketing stands for temporary signs and graphics.
Ideal for a wide array of marketing and branding uses where quick change posters and banners need to be updated. Self adhesive back allows for fixing to your graphics in seconds and is ready for use.
Velcro comes in loop and hook form (Male and female) It is a high performance strong in either self adhesive or sew on type. It comes in a variety of colours from black, white, red, blue or green. It has many uses from sticking panels to promotional counters to exhibition graphics, Poster displays and stands. This tape comes in different width ranging from 12mm to 50mm. Our widths and pre-cut lengths can be supplied to order. The lengths range from 10m to 50m.
These are ideal for exhibition work, most commonly used for assembling panels to a strong surface. The Velcro can be easily removed and replaced giving you the opportunity to change your company exhibition graphics.
Orders can be made on line sizes are 12mm X 50m up to 50mm X 25m. This product is very versatile can be used in trade shows, exhibition venues, reception areas without leaving untidy marks on walls etc. IT is very popular with customers as it's a high quality product and comes at a reasonable price. Customers come back time and time again and recommend this product to others. Our Velcro offers a wide range for indoor advertising for convenient handling which can be opened and erected quickly and efficiently. Call stand banner today for free advice on all our Velcro and adhesive products.
The first touch fasteners were developed by Swiss electrical engineer George de Mestral who in 1941 went for a walk in the woods and wondered if the burrs that clung to his trousers and dog could be turned into something useful.
The original patented hook and loop fastener was invented in 1948 by de Mestral, who patented it in 1955 and subsequently refined and developed its practicable manufacture until its commercial introduction in the late 1950s.