- Shade Sails
- Tension Membrane Structures
- Retractable Awning
- Architectural Umbrellas
- Design & Install
- Supply & Install
- Non-waterproof Sail Cloth
- Water Resistant Sail Cloth
- Waterproof Woven Membrane
- Waterproof PVC Coated Polyester Membrane
- Non-waterproof PVC Coated Polyester Membrane
- Solution Dyed Acrylic Fabric
ACCESSORIES & FITTINGS
There are many types of hardware that use as connection to the tensile structures. They are mostly used in conjunction with wire rope or cable assemblies.
Typically the cable termination hardware requires a clevis or a toggle end along with a cable tensioning device such as a turnbuckle or compact adjuster. The fittings can be swaged onto the cable or crimped.
The two main material used are mild steel (which is typically galvanized) and stainless steel. Mild steel refers to low carbon steel, which are usually used for structural applications and this system are typically more cost effective, but lack in aesthetic appeal and long term corrosion resistance.
Stainless steel is a very versatile material and a certain amount of the metal chromium added to ordinary steel gave it a bright shiny gloss (304 & 316 Grade) and made it highly resistant in rusting. It is typically more compact, architecturally pleasing, and require little maintenance during their life span.
These are some of the typical riggings that use for shade sail systems.