Hunter Douglas Commercial Sunscreens take on spring with a new range of refreshing seasonal colours.
November 21st, 2008
Hunter Douglas Commercial Sunscreens have revitalised their ECOVIEW Plus and EXTRAVIEW Plus Sunscreen Fabrics. Getting in touch with new season trends of darker, earthy colours, the fabrics are now available in 18 and 20 shades.
Chosen in consultation with a colour trend expert, the Sunscreens also feature a new texture, working well to complement the new colour palette.
The Hunter Douglas Commercial Sunscreen Fabrics are PVC coated with a fibreglass core, providing heat protection, shade factor, glare reduction and UV protection. The new fabrics meet the Green Star requirement of light transmission of less than 10%, and Australian standards of colourfastness and fire retardancy.
Hunter Douglas Commercial Sunscreen Fabrics are proven to reduce energy costs by taking the burden off internal heating and cooling systems, without compromising on quality and design. All fabrics are woven in Australia, and are ensured for regularity, guaranteeing both transparency and sharpness of view.
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