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This lightweight, fiberglass fabric is spun into a traditional twill pattern to create a two-sided fabric. The composition provides maximum heat reduction, glare reduction, and enhanced visibility. With an average openness of 1%, the solar screen provides excellent shading and privacy while reducing fading in furniture.
Suggested applications include screens, sheers, drapes, folding shades, roll-up shades, Roman shades, pleated window shades, and vertical blinds. While commonly used as an interior solar shading fabric, SheerWeave 2701 can also be used for exterior roller shades. The mesh fabric comes in an array of colors, like Oyster / Beige P13.
SheerWeave 2701 sun screen fabric is equipped with Microban® antimicrobial protection, providing an added level of cleanliness that won't diminish for the lifetime of the fabric. Microban hinders the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew, and keeps the fabric cleaner for longer. The sun control fabric is GREENGUARD® and GREENGUARD Gold certified.
Warranty: 10-year interior; 5-year exterior. Width: 63 inches. Weight: 14.6 ounces per square yard. Made in the USA.
Product Note: This item is available by dropship only. Sold in full rolls.
FR Standards Met:
California U.S. Title 19 (small scale), NFPA 701-2004 TM#1 (small scale), NFPA 101 (Class A Rating), IBC Section 903.1 (Class A Rating), BS 5867 2008 Part 2 Type B Performance, NFPA 701 TM#2 (large scale), CAN/ULC-S 109-03 (large and small scale), ASTM E 84 (Class 1), and CAN/CGSB2-4. 162-M80
SheerWeave® is a registered trademark of Phifer Inc. Microban® is a registered trademark of Microban Products Company. GREENGUARD® is a registered trademark of GREENGUARD Environmental Institute.