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Maximum Fabric/Shade Width: 98″
UV Blockage: Approximately 95%
Composition: 59.6% Vinyl, 33.6% Fiberglass, 6.8% Polyester
Fabric Weight: 15.0 oz/yd²
Fabric Thickness: 0.042″
Railroad Available: No
Printable Available: No
Fire Classification: NFPA 701-10 TM#1
Bacterial and Fungal Resistance: ASTM E2180, ASTM G21
Operating System: RB 500 Operating System with manual chain and ANSI compliant cord tensioner, manual crank, and motorization
Note: Several factors determine the maximum length of fabric. Please send project-specific specifications to our quoting department for more information.
Size restrictions apply, contact quote department for more information.
Care and Cleaning
Remove dust with a vacuum cleaner or compressed air. Do not scrub. Do not use solvents or any abrasive substance which might damage the coating of the fabric. Clean with a sponge or a soft brush dipped in soapy water using a mild detergent. Rinse with clean water. Leave the blind down until completely dry. You can also very gently rub the fabric with a clean white eraser to remove small stains.
Fabric Solar Optical Properties
|RS (%) Thermal||AS (%) Thermal||TS (%) Thermal||RV (%) Optical||TV (%) Optical|
Fabric & Glass Solar Heat Gain Coefficient % Improvement
The fabric performance tests were conducted in accordance with ASTM E891 & ASTM E903-96: Total Solar Transmittance (Ts), Total Solar Reflectance (Rs), Total Solar Absorptance (As), Visible Reflectance (Rv), and Visible Transmission (Tv). Glass performance tests for Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) were conducted using the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Window 7.3 NFRC certified software. SHGC % improvement for commercial applications is based on a standard commercial glass makeup of Double Glazing 6 mm / ½" air / 6 mm with low E on surface #2. Results for SHGC were obtained using the center of glass. Acoustical performance was tested in accordance with ASTM C423-09a: NRC is Noise Reduction Coefficient, SAA is Sound Absorption Average.
* Please note that the Openness Factor is an approximation and may vary from color to color in the same fabric due to the color and manufacturing process.