Protecting structures with fabric

June 1st, 2020

When it comes to protecting structures  from the elements, fabric has it covered. by Jeff Moravec Think Hawaii doesn’t get bad weather? Think again. Wind can be a problem, but protection can be found in the form of a rope and pulley system, like this one from Tropical J’s in Honolulu. Photo: Tropical J’s. Fabric […]

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Recycled-content fabric for structures and banners

May 1st, 2008

Moss Green Knit, made with recycled content, can be used for structures, including custom projects, Moss Shapes and Entasi, and banners. The fabric can be printed using Moss’s state-of-the-art Photo Fabric printing process. Sixty percent of the yarn used in making Moss Green Knit is 100 percent recycled. SOURCE Moss® Inc.

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Tri Vantage LLC releases new fabrics

May 1st, 2008

Dickson® Sunblock and Lac 650 SL are both designed for large structures, clearspan and tents. Protected by the Lowick System, the fabrics block moisture penetration and resist UV degradation, mildew, discoloration and soiling. The Cleangard SL finish photo-regenerating lacquer protects the fabrics’ surface from pollution and the sun’s harmful rays. Sunblock and Lac 650 SL […]

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