“When the balloons go up, sales go up!”
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Our polyurethane balloons and blimps weigh, on average, 67% less than comparable size helium balloons made of PVC or nylon. What does that mean for you? Much better performing balloons and blimps using our polyurethane made products. You will use a fraction of the helium to fill and maintain your helium balloons and blimps.
This 5.5ft helium balloon only needs 87 cubic feet of helium and will fly much better than 7.0ft balloons made of PVC. You can save hundreds of dollars in helium costs by switching to polyurethane balloons and blimps Today! Polyurethane balloons and blimps lose, on average, 1% of their helium each day as compared to 3% for PVC balloons and blimps.
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You will never go back to PVC or nylon after using polyurethane products.
We started manufacturing polyurethane balloons and blimps over 20 years ago because of the poor performance and large ongoing costs associated with balloons and blimps made of PVC and nylon. We rented balloons and blimps to auto dealers, home builders and other businesses and it was nearly impossible to make a profit because of the ongoing costs. Helium usage was very high and blimps are balloons were always crashing because of the heavy weight. We discovered polyurethane, which costs 6 – 7 times more per pound, and have been using it since.
Call 1-800-791-1445 for more information on how you will save money using polyurethane helium advertising balloons and advertising blimps.
Advertising blimps are inflatable balloons that are floated above a business to gain attention. Advertising blimps are not actual blimps, but they are shaped in the form of a blimp, in order to better draw the consumer’s eye. Advertising blimps come in any color, and can have a customized business name printed on them. Some vendors have indoor models and outdoor models available for sale. The indoor models can give a festive and fun atmosphere to an event. The outdoor models will advertise a business far above the point that a normal sign would.
Most of the more high quality advertising blimps are made from polyurethane, which is durable and can last up to two years of normal usage. Polyurethane can also hold helium for a week or more without having to be refilled any. PVC and nylon blimps should be avoided as they are of inferior quality. PVC is also a known carcinogen. Nylon blimps are coated with a thin layer of urethane. When the urethane coating is scratched or rubbed the blimp will start losing helium and your blimp is useless.
Small advertising blimps will require at least three-fourths of a helium tank. The largest require more than three tanks of helium. The helium itself will leak out, and must be replaced over time depending on storage. Some manufacturers of advertising blimps recommend taking the blimps down at the end of the day, emptying the helium, and storing them in a safe location.
Likewise, the manufacturers recommend flying advertising blimps on clear days, and taking them down at signs of rain or other precipitation. Likewise, wet advertising blimps must be dried off before storage. If used every day, a blimp cradle or hangar can be built to allow the helium to be kept in the blimp.
Advertising blimps are useful to businesses that are located in tight or secluded areas, and gain the attention of customers who might not even know about the business. Thus, advertising blimps are a valuable asset to most businesses that rely on customer traffic