Commercial 30% Shade Cloth is a premium grade of shade cloth renowned for longevity and quality. Commercial 30% or Commercial extra light shade cloth is a high-quality monofilament shade cloth designed for heavy-duty applications. The fabric complies with Australian Standards for shade and strength and provides accurate shade factors. This makes it suitable for nurseries and other commercial applications. It is also suitable for other applications which require the fabric to be placed under tension.
30% Shade cloth has been tested to meet Australia Standards for Accurate Shade Factors.
When ordering your shade cloth make sure you have all the right accessories to get the job done. These include;
This product has a 10 Year Warranty
All fabric warranties are pro rata.
The 1.83 x 50m roll weighs approximately 9kgs and the 3.66 x 50m weighs approximately 17kgs.
No. It is a knitted fabric and uses a lock stitch construction. The cut edge will be raw but it will not unravel.
No. It will dissipate a small amount of rain but not a significant amount
The fabric is very colorfast however over the longer term some slight fading can occur when the fabric has been constantly exposed to environments of high UVR.
Domestic shade cloth is made with a tape filler to increase its opacity. This tape filler is knitted into the fabric between the strands of monofilament. Think of monofilament as being like fishing line. When it is knitted together it forms a fabric, in this case, shade cloth.
The difference between domestic and commercial shade cloth is that commercial shade cloth is 100% monofilament (knitted fishing line). It has no tape filler. This makes commercial shade cloth very strong and suitable for use under tension. Domestic shade cloth is not suitable for high tension applications such as shade sails because the tape filler stretches at a different rate to the monofilament. Domestic (Universal) shade cloth is designed to be spread over a framework, like a pergola, not tensioned out like a shade sail.
10 Years Pro rata against UV Degradation.