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The best protection from the sun and the wind
Searching for a shade sail that can provide UV protection and resist strong winds? Discover the Australe 220 model, a shade consisting in a sail of perforated canvas, resistant to the sun as well as strong winds. Design, it will blend your interior and outdoors if your patio is situated in the continuity of your house.
With its micro-aired fabric, the 220g/m² high density polyethylene AUSTRALE 220 sail resists to 60-80km/h winds as well as 90% of UVs.
Practical for day-to-day use with its stainless steel snap links at each angle that allow for a fast installation and disassembly of your sail.
Enjoy a convivial space for a small price.
A high quality fabrication for our shade sails :
Fabric guaranteed 2 years :
The fabric of the Australe 220 solar sail is made with high-density polyethylene. Guaranteed 2 years, it provides:
User comfort :
The Australe 220 sail is shipped with a nautical stainless steel snap hook at each angle for a fast installation and disassembly. Nautical stainless steel is unalterable and has excellent traction resistance.
It filters sunrays while allowing sunlight to pass through. By suppressing glares, it guarantees an optimal visual comfort as well as a highly efficient solar protection.
Shade sails stop direct sunrays on walls and glass surfaces and avoid overheating of exposed rooms. The sails act as a genuine natural conditioner.
The Australe 220 sail can be permanently installed during the summer season, as well as mid-season if the weather is adequate. It supports weather aggressions very well, its fabric being imperishable and treated against stains. The sail must only be removed during the winter and in very strong winds.
Very easy to maintain, the sail is washable with soap and water.
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How to choose dimension :
In order to optimize the installation of your shade sail , always put under tension the diagonals.
This way, your solar sail will be flat.
Plan a 40 cm minimum margin to put under tension, at each angle :