Our polyurethane is the ultimate vacuum bagging material. It was designed for VeneerSupplies.com using an advanced thermoplastic polyurethane that can withstand pressures exceeding 3,750+ psi and stretch more than 6 times its width and length*. This polyurethane film has superior resilience and unmatched puncture resistance.
*Elongation and breaking strength based on ASTMD 412 test method.
The size options shown above are for single pieces of material. You may need two pieces of a given size to make a vacuum bag. Made in the USA.
VS Elite™ (20 mil)
VS Extreme™ (30 mil)
* Notes About Extra Wide Material
- The 104" widths of this material are non-returnable.
- The 104" widths will have a slight crease in the middle which might not flatten out.
Review by Brad Nichols
This polyurethane is the most economical elastic film on the market. Now that doesnt mean its cheap. It just means that you get the most bang for your buck. I've been building vacuum frames for mounting artwork for several of the guys in my photography guild. While I wish we could all share the same unit, it just doesnt work out that way and everyone wants there own. The instructions from Joe's websites are top notch. Follow them closely and you wont go wrong.
Review by Gordon T.
Our shop is in Paradise Valley, Arizona and we use the power of the sun to warm our vacuuum pressed panels while in the bag. We use a PPR glue (the one sold here) and it cures much faster with heat. After gluing up the panel in the shop, we take the vacuum press table and roll it out into the sun.
With this method, we would go through one vinyl bag every 3 months or so. But with this polyurethane material, its been more than 9 months of abuse and its showing no signs of fatigue or wear. We custom-built our own bag because its much easier for us to work with. Overall, I couldnt be more satisfied with this poly product.
Is it expensive? Yes
Is it durable? Hell yes.
Would I buy it again? Absolutely.