Fabric colours

Sergé 5% Sergé 1% Soltis 86 Soltis 92 Soltis B92-N Soltis STAM Sunworker Sunworker Cristal
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Sergé collection

The Sergé collection, a range of glass fibre fabrics (42% glass fibre – 58% PVC coating) is specially designed for external use. This high quality fabric is resistant to water, UV radiation, cold and warmth and can be rolled up wet. This fabric is dimensionally stable between -35° and 50° and non-flammable (fire level M1).

Sergé 5%

The openness factor, the amount of holes in the fabric, is more or less 5%. Certain uses can be taken into account in choosing the fabric, depending on the colour.

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Sergé 1%

This fabric is a more tightly woven fibre glass fabric than the Serge 5% fabric, with an openness factor of only 1%. This fabric offers privacy without restricting the view to the outside.

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Soltis collection

The Soltis fabric is made of polyester. These fabrics are especially used for conservatories as they let through more light and warmth than the glass fibre fabrics. A big advantage of these fabrics is their low weight and breaking strength. This means that the fabric is also used in horizontal applications. In this case, the colours of the fabrics of the vertical parts can match the colours of the roof section.

Soltis 86

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Soltis 92

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Soltis B92N

These blackout fabrics are for indoor use only, because they are composed of 2 different materials with other expansion and contraction values.

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Soltis Stam

The Soltis Stam fabric is used in combination with a transparent part in the fabric. This is perfect for restaurants and cafés as they are able to create extra seats on the terrace during the winter months or to enclose terrace awnings and carports.

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Sunworker collectie

Made with PVC-coated high tenacity polyester fibres, Sunworker fabrics are woven using the famous Rachel Trameur method which gives it incomparable strength and weather resistance.

The Sunworker fabric optimizes energy cost savings with sustainable development in mind.

Sunworker

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Sunworker Cristal

Although this fabric is limited in its colours, it has various advantages. Because of a special coating, the fabric is both wind and waterproof. It is often used in restaurants and cafés to enclose terrace awnings. This fabric can also be provided with a transparent part.

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Technical information

  • AS (αe,B): solar absorptance (percentage of solar energy absorbed by the fabric)
    The higher the percentage, the more energy is absorbed by the fabric. Dark colours absorb more energy and give off more heat.
  • RS (ρe,B): solar reflectance (percentage of solar energy reflected by the fabric)
    The higher the percentage, the more energy is reflected by the fabric.
  • TS (τe,B): solar transmittance (percentage of solar energy transmitted through the fabric)
    The higher the percentage, the more energy is transmitted through the fabric.
  • TV (τv,B): visual light transmittance (percentage of light passing through the fabric).
    The lower the percentage, the better the visual comfort.
  • Gtote: total solar energy transmittance (outside) (amount of solar energy entering the room through the glass). Values based on screen in combination with double glazing.
    The lower the percentage, the less total energy enters the room.
  • Gtoti: total solar energy transmittance (inside) (amount of solar energy entering the room in case of installation inside)
    The lower the percentage, the less total energy enters the room.
  • OF: Openness factor: the higher the percentage, the more transparent the fabric. Dark colours provide a better view than light colours.

* All data are purely indicative and not contractual. The colors shown on the site may differ from the actual colors.