Mesh polyvinyl banners are made from polyvinylchloride. The nylon fibers are generally coated and separated into some mesh patterns to decrease the load when the wind strikes them. They could let 10% to 15% of atmosphere slide through them and that's somewhat 2-3 times what breeze pockets can let. Plus, those end pockets just does not look so attractive.
In my honest opinion, when you use a nylon mesh banner display, you need to go for a very durable vinyl material where you can fortify the hems, place pockets in the top and bottom to get a good nylon cable or rope to the installation.
There are times when you would rather do not put out printed screens upon certain occasions, when you do, consider the option of using a net type of banners.
Large Format Billboard Banners
It's fairly common to hear about billboards. What they are is exactly what their title says and what we've been seeing exactly what they are. I am pretty certain you did quite get that, did not you?
During the breakout of digital printing in the '90s, wide format printers could print dimensions of over 16 feet wide and be made specifically to modernize the way they had been used back then.
Back in the old days, manufacturers would set a billboard out by covering the front side with plywood and then paste the printed strips of paper on the plywood. On occasion, they would directly cover the preceding glued advertising prints. Just consider how exhausting that was back in those days money-wise and labor-wise. You can just imagine how technology has made it far too simple for businesses and advertisers now.
Once the production of vinyl billboard banners began, they count to be printed with vibrant graphics, added with rod pockets and installed as one piece of display. The setup was quick and simple in comparison to gluing individual strips of printed screens as stated above. The best part was that the large format printers became increasingly more sophisticated and fast in printing.