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SOLREC, architectural screen shade textile to reduce UV exposure
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Sep '08
S.A. Recasens, producer of Recacril 100% Solution Dyed Acrylics, has just launched a new technical textile, SOLREC-mesh for use in fabricating awnings, veranda covers, window shades architectural shade systems and Sunsails made of High tenacity Polyester yarns with a special PVC coating.

The SOLREC line offers several valuable features and advantages over the competitor's products. The SOLREC product is available for now in 9 colors and others are being developed. Because Recasens manufactures the product, there is absolute control over quality, and new colors can be designed, as the customer requires.

The product comes in 300 cm ( 118”) width and 30 meter ( 32 yard) lengths, allowing fabricators to minimize waste and control purchasing costs. The wider width also makes it possible to reduce cutting and seaming, thus lowering time and labor costs during production.

When SOLREC is used for awnings, window shades, and veranda covers, the end user is getting a product whose mesh construction improves air flow over other window shades, provides UV protection and may reduce energy consumption. This creates a great benefit to the fabricator whose customer base is more and more often looking for a beautifully designed, finely manufactured shade material that can be purchased at an affordable price.

Founded in 1886, S.A. Recasens is a textile manufacturer that is specilizes in the poduction of:
- Solution dyed Acrylics
- Coated PVC Fabrics
- Screens

The entire S.A. RECASENS team is dedicated to providing oustanding product quality and customer service through national and international Departaments and our two manufacturing plants.

S.A. Recasens

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