Polyfab news

Accessible shade for all

March 1st, 2017 / By: Jake Kulju / Article published and authorised for copy here by Fabric Architecture Mag In the desert of Arizona, shade is always in high demand. Following the popularity of its signature SUNAMI® shade structure, Tensile Shade Products LLC of Tucson, Ariz., wanted to expand its prefabricated shade structure product line to include another product that would provide more shade with a [...]

850,000m2 of Comshade in one project!

850,000m2 of Comshade in one project! Enough to cover nearly 40 Sydney Opera Houses... Delivered on time, on budget and the end customer is very happy with Polyfab's attention to quality control.

By |February 15th, 2017|News|

Introducing a world first in knitted shadecloth: Comshade Xtra®

Polyfab has created a game changer... A shadecloth with a maximum 99.7% UV block. Comshade Xtra® significantly exceeds any other shadecloth on the market for UV protection and strength to weight ratios. Ideal for medium and large sized, Comshade Xtra® has high tensile commercial projects where safety and longevity are critical. Download the brochure by clicking here

By |November 4th, 2016|Brochures, News|

Re Launch of Horticover

Horticover is an alternative option for growers who normally have to white was their flower and plant seedlings hot house igloos, in the summer months to help reduce temperatures and UV plant burning Horticover is a tape construction knitted shade cloth that is less abrasive and soften that a normal monofilament shade cloth and is less abrasive on the poly house film. Available in a [...]

By |September 28th, 2016|News|

Architec 400 NEW 15 YEAR WARRANTY

Breaking news: Architec 400 has now been giving a 15 year warranty instead of 12 years. Effective immediately.

By |May 20th, 2016|News|

US Tennis Open shaded by Polyfab USA

If you’re a tennis fan, and have been looking forward to the upcoming US Open (August 31 – September 13, 2015), you might check on their official website (www.usopen.org) and read: “Fans coming to this year’s US Open will not have to look long or hard to discover what’s new at the 2015 event. They need only look up. The superstructure for the roof over [...]

By |September 3rd, 2015|News|