Nous imprimons et protégeons les textiles techniques. La qualité de notre technologie d’impression Solidskin, ou SolidskinTec, existe depuis 2008 et est inégalée. Nos impressions sur textiles techniques sont éclatantes et ont une durée de vie technique exceptionnellement longue.
Printable Technical Textiles et le procédé d’impression SolidskinTec garantissent une flexibilité à long terme, une forte protection contre les UV, une solidité et une intensité durables des couleurs, ainsi qu’une surface antisalissure. Notre garantie unique va jusqu’à 10 ans.
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Les principaux constructeurs de remorques et entreprises de transport européens utilisent depuis plus de dix ans les imprimés de Printable Technical Textiles produits à l’aide du procédé d’impression SolidskinTec. Nos clients savent par expérience qu’aucun autre textile technique imprimé ne répond à leurs besoins en termes de durabilité, de qualité et d’apparence. Le procédé d’impression SolidskinTec est leader dans ce secteur.
D’autres industries saisissent également les opportunités offertes par Printable Technical Textiles. Prenons le secteur de la construction (façades textiles, auvents, marquises et protections solaires), le secteur des loisirs et de l’événementiel (des tentes de festival aux parcs de trampolines, et des sacs de frappe aux trampolines gonflables).
Les expériences positives de nos clients dans le monde entier confirment à chaque fois que les textiles techniques imprimés avec le procédé d’impression SolidskinTec restent attrayants et durables plus longtemps.
En 2023, cet immeuble des années 1970 situé dans le quartier du Marais à Paris a été transformé en un élégant bâtiment polyvalent par le célèbre architecte Jacques Moussafir. L'un des principaux éléments qui attirent l'attention est le système de façade en tissu imprimé absolument unique, pour lequel Moussafir Architectes a collaboré avec la société néerlandaise Inside Outside.
We are delighted to announce that our project has received a Silver Award in the Roll-to-roll Printed Textiles category at the FESPA Global Print Expo. This unique 2,000 m2 facade artwork, ‘The Conversation,’ was created for Puma Headquarters in Somerville, near Boston, USA. Printable Technical Textiles printed the facade textile with their SolidskinTec printing process.
Pour Printable Technical Textiles, la recherche de la meilleure qualité va de soi, tant pour nos produits que pour nos relations avec les clients et les fournisseurs. Nous sommes donc heureux d'annoncer que cette ambition s'est récemment traduite par l'obtention de la certification ISO 9001.
With rail transportation rapidly gaining popularity as a sustainable alternative to road transportation, the demand for (technically) durable rail vehicles is also growing. So too, are these so-called "Shimmns" for steel coil transport.
In 2018, Koch Membranen was challenged by the Deichmann Group to create a new fabric facade consisting of as many as five shades of green from the shoe chain’s corporate identity. It was a logical wish from the architect but a difficult task for the installer. After all, the specified technical textile from Serge Ferrari (Frontside View 381 mesh) was not standardly available in these shades of green. The required quantity of each color did not come close to the required minimum for custom production.
Printable Technical Textiles was asked by its French partner ACS Production to apply a durable print to the fabric for the front and side walls of the hall, which gives it a unique look with a print that is guaranteed to last at least 10 years!
In the heart of Brickell, one of Downtown Miami’s most popular neighborhoods, you will find the Novotel Miami Brickell. In early 2021 this hotel was completely renovated, and the rooftop deck with swimming pool, lounge, and pool bar got a stunning new look. Printable Technical Textiles was asked to print the fabric for the sunshade roofing of the rooftop bar with its renowned SolidskinTec printing process.
Brasserie Goudale (Arques, France) distributes its beer brands with TSA Transports in Calais. Over the past years, both brewer and transporter agreed that they would change their side-curtains to the high-quality standard that our SolidskinTec printing process provides, improving their marketing appearance and durability on the road.
Dutch Circuit Zandvoort underwent a large-scale upgrade in preparation for the return of Formula 1 to the Netherlands. The entire circuit was redesigned to be ready for the future. An important eye-catcher was the renovation of the main grandstand, including a brand new fabric roof.
With a fleet of over 1000 electric vehicles, the successful online supermarket Picnic won the hearts and minds of the Dutch consumer. The eye-catching electric vans with printed sidecurtains with SolidskinTec, address a fundamental flaw in online grocery shopping and delivery; its impact on carbon emissions. We’re happy and proud they chose our printed side curtains with SolidskinTec.
Maastricht University commissioned the renowned and award winning photographer Robin de Puy to create an artwork for these screens. The images used for the sunscreens show humanity in different settings. Each printed zipscreen has its own photo and obviously, these beautiful photos deserved a print quality to the highest standards. The artwork is called “Screening Diversity”.
Since the introduction of the new corporate identities of Zandbergen and Ambrosius in 2015, about two hundred trucks have been equipped with Solidskin side curtains. A conscious choice: besides SolidskinTec printed curtainsiders, other types of printed truck side curtains have been on the road to test their quality and sustainability. According to Erik Zandbergen, director and fleetmanager, Solidskin offers an unrivaled quality.
Printable Technical Textiles was involved in the world’s first Nitrogen Oxide absorbing facade (NOx), installed in Hamburg, Germany. This innovation truly fits our passion for printed technical textiles for long-term use.
Not only trucks use our SolidskinTec printing process to preserve appearance during transportation. Also, Clarijs uses our printed and coated canvas for their (cycle)bags and bakfiets covers. Like trucks, these bags are subject to excessive use and weather conditions and need to withstand the test of time. Printable delivers custom printed and printed series productions with outstanding quality. Clarijs also creates bags from our leftover materials to create a more sustainable bag with a surprisingly funny result.
The exposure of materials on trains requires extreme robustness. Besides the challenging conditions the textiles are exposed to, such as rain, wind, and UV-radiation, they must also withstand the copper deposit created by the grinding of the current train collector against the overhead contact line. Very aggressive cleaning methods are needed to remove this deposit from the materials. Our printing technology is dirt resistant and does not break in this challenging cleaning regime.
Visitors of the Brunssum Open Air Theater, in the south of the Netherlands, enjoy the brand new Tensile roof of the theater, which was installed by APR Projects on behalf of Poly-Ned. Local architect Ivo Rosbeek designed the structure, where integration with the environment was essential.
Roofer makes tough furniture: furniture that can stand rough handling and is suitable for intensive use. Because their furniture is sturdy and easy to keep clean, it is often applied in public areas.
Printable Technical Textiles was selected to deliver the printed canvas for Tomorrowland's giant main entrance area. Printed on both the outside and the inside, these massive, impressive tents create the first promise in this magical world. Besides the well-known high print quality, Printable offers services and high personal involvement in the preparation phase.
These custom made Atila punching bags are becoming the fashion. Again the versatility of our uniquely coated textiles is proving its value. Sustaining thousands of hits, these bags don't break a sweat and stay in perfect condition. The custom made print will not be damaged.
In 2010 Smurfit Kappa started driving with side curtains printed and protected with SolidskinTec. Seven years later more than 200 of these curtains are (still) driving and look great with their high-gloss finish and deep black appearance. Smurfit Kappa embraces the sturdy quality and cost-reducing low maintenance of a Solidskin truck curtain.