DX 201 Fabric: 1%

118″ Roll width, 32.81 yards per roll.

1% openness.

Price per linear yard.

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Description

Special Features:

Fire-resistant
(CAN/ULC-S109 Test Report)
Fire-resistant
Eco-friendly/green Eco Friendly
Antimicrobial (2007 certificate, 2017 certificate) Antimicrobial
Roller-shade compatible Roller Shade
Panel track compatible Panel Track
Roman shade compatible Roman Shade
Graphic shades compatible Graphic shades compatible
Rail road option Rail road option
Cold or crush cut Cold or crush cut

Additional information

Colour

Beige, Black, Brown, Dark Grey, Taupe, White

Composition

25% Polyester, 75% PVC

Specifications

Technical Specifications

Width Weight Thickness Fire Retardancy
118in
300cm
13.9 oz/yd²
470 g/m²
± 5%
0.025 in
0.63 mm
± 5%
CAN/ULC-S 109-3
NFPA 701
B1, M1, B2
composition: 25% polyester, 75% PVC
openness factor: 1%
bacteria resistance: ASTM G21, ASTM G22
fabric count: 59 ends x 53 picks per inch²
colourfastness: grade 7-8 ISO Blue Scale

Solar Values

Colour According to EN 410
Visible Light SHGC
T% R% A%
1 white 21 68 11 0.33
2 beige 21 56 23 0.41
34 taupe 14 43 43 0.48
5 dark grey 13 45 42 0.46
6 brown 5 17 78 0.62
90 black 7 24 69 0.58

Thermal Efficiency & Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC)

Thermal Efficiency DiagramWhen sunlight hits a window some of the solar energy is transmitted through (Solar Transmittance T%), some is reflected back (Solar Reflectance R%) and some is absorbed by the glass and sun screen (Solar Absorption A%). Some of the absorbed heat will flow into the building. SHGC represents the amount of solar energy that penetrates the glass and fabric. Values closer to 0 indicate more effective blockage of solar heat entering the building.

Visual Transmittance (T%)

The percentage of total visible solar energy passing through a sun control fabric. The higher the number, the more visible light will penetrate into the interior, the greater the glare.

Visibility

Darker colours have a lower T% value, and a higher A% value, providing better outward visibility.