Finishes adapted to each type of textile production.
The finishes of our shade sails are adapted to the format, the type of canvas fabric and the installation system.
FOR EXTREME STRENGTH AND TOP QUALITY
The different stages of the corner finishes
STANDARD customized shade sail, it’s easy to put up and take down.
Example and details of the textile production for the shade sails in Orchestra and Orchestra Max.
The shade sails are made using HEAT SEALING with high strength POLYURETHANE ADHESIVE, which is UV and moisture resistant.
This high technology is used to obtain perfect watertightness and a much more elegant assembly.
• Triple hem reinforced by an extremely strong polypropylene webbing (30 mm) all around the perimeter of the shade sail. The stitching thread used for hems is high quality and high resistance. This quality thread expands and fills the hole made by the needle, which guarantees efficient watertightness in the seams.
• The perimeter webbing is double folded at each corner (or 4 webbing thicknesses) to reinforce the anchor points. It is held in place thanks to the design of the stainless steel ring that is used to anchor the shade and keep it properly tensioned.
• There is a PVC triangle covered with canvas fabric on each corner for reinforcement.
Example and detail of the textile production for the shade sails in Soltis or Precontraint.
• All our shade sails made in PVC are put together by means of HIGH FREQUENCY WELDING.
This high technology obtains and guarantees the strongest, extremely durable, elegant assembly.
High frequency welding of a minimum width of 30 mm is used for the exterior seams and the finish of the shade sails.
A tear resistance halyard rope Ø 6mm is inserted in a sleeve all the way around the shade sail.
• At each corner there is a stainless steel plate and counter plate.
High frequency welding
ARCHITECTURAL decorative removable customized shade sail.
Textile production of shade sails in Australia
All our shades sails are sewn using Tenara thread: It is a very strong clear polyester thread (it has a better guarantee than that of the canvas fabric).
• A 650 g/m2 PVC triangle covered in canvas fabric is put in each corner for reinforcement.
• The anchor points are fitted with a stainless steel grooved ring. This ring is held in place by a high strength polypropylene double sewn webbing (35 mm).
• There is a wire that goes through a sleeve all around the perimeter of the shade sail, which is sewn on 3 thicknesses.
This wire that is looped by means of 2 wire clips will be tensioned using the grooved rings at each point on the canvas fabric.
Textile production of the shade sails in Soltis, Sunworker or Précontraint.
• All our shade sails in Sunworker or Soltis are put together using high frequency welding.
This high technology obtains and guarantees the best resistance, durability and elegant assembly.
High frequency welding of a minimum width of 48 mm is used for the exterior seams and finish of the shade sails.
The shade sails are made with a sleeve for the perimeter wire. The corners are reinforced with plates and counter plates (plates with soldered rods to put the wire through and M12 threaded tip at each end of the wire), stainless steel bolts and locknuts in each corner.