By coating and laminating a wide variety of base fabrics with polyurethane (PU), polyvinylchloride (PVC), and other specialized chemistries, Highland creates air-, liquid- and gas-holding materials that can be used to make finished products through radio-frequency (RF), hot air, ultrasonic or other sealing technologies.


  • RF weldable
  • Flame resistance (FR)
  • Antimicrobial
  • UV resistance
  • Chemical, air or moisture barriers
  • Piece-weldable for constructed applications

Our fabrics can be fused together with radio frequency, ultrasonic, hot bar or hot air welding—so customers can build air-holding or barrier products in the shapes they need.

We test every coated and laminated product for tear strength, needed chemical properties, adhesion and hydrostatic pressure, so users can count on it to perform.

If you prefer to purchase cut parts instead of roll goods, Highland can provide this solution as well.


  • Product development
  • Solvent coating
  • Lamination
  • Die cutting


  • REACH-compliant products
  • Aviation life vests
  • Aviation life rafts
  • Marine safety rafts – leisure and military
  • Raft canopy fabrics
  • Medical air-holding devices
  • Medical gel liquid-holding devices
  • Liquid storage (FDA approved)

A Closer Look at Highland

When quality control means everything

Highland doesn’t simply deliver on our customers’ needs. We internalize them. "Good enough" is never good enough.  Learn more

If you can define a need, we can create a high-performance solution for it.

Every customer need is different. Satisfying those needs takes a culture, not a catalog.  Learn more

What do we live for? A challenge.

We’re out on the edge of materials science and engineering. Now, watch us go even farther.  Learn more

How do we define “clean”?

A little bit lab. A little bit factory. A little bit operating room. Our attention to detail starts with a new definition of "clean."  Learn more

Technical excellence is our standard

Technical challenges are our bread and butter. Please do feed the engineers.  Learn more