Synthetic awning fabric is generally made from vinyl, acrylic, polyester, or a combination of any of the three. The way that synthetic fabric is formed and how it is coated, backed, and dyed will all make a difference in how it performs.
FABRICS IS USED IN AWNINGS:
The type of material you use can save you in the long run.
• Polyester vinyl composite
Awning fabrics can also be coated with vinyl. These materials tend to be slightly heavier than acrylic and acrylic-coated materials. They also have greater translucency, making them a good choice for backlit and illuminated awnings. Vinyl-coated polyester, which has a thinner protective layer, also resists UV light and mildew but is less effective in humid environments. Vinyl-coated fabrics come in a relatively limited range of styles and colors compared to acrylic fabrics.
POLYESTER VINYL COMPOSITE:
Vinyl coated polyester is a material frequently used for flexible fabric structures. It is made up of a polyester scrim, a bonding or adhesive agent, and an exterior PVC coating.
Acrylic and acrylic-coated synthetic fabrics are capable of holding up much longer than traditional canvas. They tend to reduce fading and repel water effectively.
• Easy to operate
• Non rust aluminum body
• Variety of colour
• Ideal for homes very beautiful look
• High standard
SIZE: 3 MTR X 2.5 MTR Manual
4MTR X 2.5 MTR Manual + Motorized
5MTR X 2.5 MTR Motorized