The best protection from the sun and the wind
Even more resistant than Australe 220, the Australe 340 shade sail is the best protection from the sun and the wind ever marketed. With a high quality perforated fabric, it is inspired of canvas used in naval engineering. It is an equipment conceived for durable use even in case of regular exposition to strong winds.
The AUSTRALE 340 shade sail is adapted to wind-exposed implantations.
It assures an excellent solidity and color resistance faced with mechanical and climate aggressions.
With its fabric guaranteed from discoloration for 5 years, enjoy a lasting shade sail with a 97% UV filtration without any compromise.
To view the Australe 340 material sheet, click below:
A high quality fabrication for our shade sails :
Fabric guaranteed 5 years :
The shade sail fabric is made of high-density polyethylene. Guaranteed 5 years , it provides :
User Comfort :
The AUSTRALE 340 sail shipped with a marine stainless steel snap hook at each angle for a fast installation and disassembly. Marine 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 340 sail can be permanently installed during the summer season, as well as the 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.
*To receive a complete kit with wall fixtures and/or poles, meet us in the “Additional products” tab or click here
Some advices :
The fixture points must always be situated in the continuation of the sail diagonals:
Plan a 45 cm margin in these diagonals so that the fixtures exert sufficient tension.
The shade sail sides are curved. This allows an adequate tension in the sail without creases.
The size of the shade sail can vary up to +/- 5% with the given size because of the elasticity of the fabric, the fabrication process, and the tension brought to the sail.
Difference between the sails 300 x 400 x 500 cm and 500 x 400 x 300 cm ?
The sail has a side that is determined by the way you will install it :
From above :
(the sizes are given clockwise)