Choosing the fabric of your sail

It is the environment and the type of protection that will define the fabric material. 

 

At the same level of quality as the Acryl 300 fabric, it differs in its aerated weaving which gives it exceptional resistance to wind and traction. 

The Australe 340 fabric guarantees excellent stability over time, with a 5 year warranty against discoloration through mass dyeing ans anti-stain and mold treatment. 

Australe 340 range


  tissu voile d'ombrage Australe 340

The Australe 340 sail is made of polyethylene threads of 340g/m2

 

  • 97% UV filtration
  • 340g/m2 
  • High resistance of the colours to to light thanks to mass-dye 
  • Excellent resistance to tractions
  • Efficient protection against the wind, thanks to its aerated fabric
  • Manufacturing garanteed without any chemical substance, thus not presenting any danger for health, skin and environment. 

 

At the same level of quality than the Acryl 300, it stands out thanks to its aerated weaving, which gives it a wind and tractions resistance. 

You are looking to protect you effectively from the sun and the rain, choose the Acryl 300. 

Acryl 300 range

This high-quality thick fabric with textile feel is guaranteed 5 years against fading, it provides excellent protection against Uv and rain thanks to its water-repellent properties. 

It benefits from a stain and mold treatment for increase longevity. 


Technical characteristics  

tissu voile d'ombrage Acryl 300

The Acryl 300 sail is 100% made of acrylic threads of 300g/m2.

 

  • 97% UV filtration
  • 300g/m2
  • High resistance of the colours to to light thanks to mass-dye
  • Excellent resistance to tractions
  • Efficient protection against the rain
  • Manufacturing guaranteed without any chemical substance, thus not presenting any danger for health, skin and environment. 

 

It procures an excellent UV protection, as well as rain protection thanks to its repelling features.

Warning: It is important to apply a slope of at least 20% during installation to facilitate the flow of water.