Solar protection/ Textile Architecture/ Tensile structures
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Verseidag offers various types of membranes under the Duraskin® label: polyurethane (PU), for industry and transportation, and fiberglass-PTFE or polyester-PVC for architectural uses, whether as a waterproof roofing or a woven mesh open to circulating air, used for enclosing façades and protecting them from sunlight.
—Roofs: different models, with 3 to 50% translucence at 550 nm, and different tear strengths to a maximum 9800|8300 N/50mm.
—Façades: translucence from 36 to 50% and weave|woof strengths from 1700|2300 to 3500|3000 N/50mm.
In both applications, models with different fire classifications (A2, B1 or B2) are available. The PES-PVC membrane has a PVDF or acrylic lacquer finish, while the fiberglass-PTFE membrane can have a PFA or FEP coating, both of which allow the membrane to be welded. They are supplied in a standard width of 300 cm, and can be made to order at widths up to 500.
Fabric facade of the Burj al Arab Hotel in Dubai (UAE), made with a Type III fiberglass-PTFE membrane.
Duraskin® membranes are available for Type I – V tensile structures. Roof of the Rhein-Neckar Arena (Germany), made with a Type III polyester-PVC membrane. Eheim Moebel, Arch.
High-quality images can be printed on the membrane, with applications such as large-scale advertising or tarps for trucks.
All images are property of the company offering the product unless otherwise indicated.
Products may vary depending on the area of distribution.