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Overview

Wide selection of architectural fabric membranes, material from self-cleaning TiO2 -coated PTFE, fibreglass, energy-efficient Tensotherm™ with Nanogel®, PTFE fibreglass, or cost-effective PVC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

MakMax fabric membranes are long-lasting, vibrant and durable. 6 options available, PTFE (polytetrafluroethlyene), ETFE (ethyl tetra fluoro ethylene is a strain of fluoro polymer), PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride), HDPE (High Density Polyethylene), Tensotherm™ (patent pending), Lycra and some membranes use TiO2 coating technology for new appearance looking for long time.

PTFE coated is a high translucent glass fibre fabric, is a dynamic tensile material, ideal for tensile membrane structures and shade structures. Readily rinsed by rainwater and is immune to UV radiation.

ETFE foil is lightweight, highly transparent to UV light, is not degraded by sunlight, has better insulation properties than glass, is recyclable and can take up to 400 times its own weight.

PVC membrane is widely used tensile membrane fabric. When produced in white, this flexible membrane reduces radiant heat gain.

HDPE mesh is a heavy duty knitted shade cloth designed for tensile membrane, shade structures and shade sails where fabric is placed under large pre-stress. Maximum Ultra Violet A & B protection, and great performance when exposed to wind, rain, hail, dust.

Tensotherm™ delivers diffused glare free natural daylight and Lycra used as temporary structures..

Information last verified 15th February 2011

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