PTFE Coated Fabric is a fiberglass fabric coated with a specially formulated PTFE (” Teflon “) resin compound. The PTFE fiberglass fabrics are characterized by their properties of:
• Resistance to high temperatures
• Chemical resistance
• Abrasion resistance
PTFE Fabric Shade Structure in Saudi Arabia is mainly used for the applications of Removable or reusable insulation jackets, mattresses, and pads; Furnace curtains, welding curtains, welding blankets, and fire blankets; Covers resistant to weather or moisture; Electrical insulation: it can be manufactured in insulating fabric, sleeves, and used in places that need a high degree of electrical insulation.
Advantages of PTFE Tensile Structures
PTFE is chemically inert but whitens when exposed to sunlight
• Not affected by UV rays
• It has self-cleaning properties that make it virtually maintenance-free
• It is fire resistant with a service life of more than 25 years
• Limited colors, but specific shades can be customized
PTFE tension fabric architecture is everywhere! You may not have noticed it, but it is there. We will show you the most favorite global paradigm.
1- The Millennium Dome
As an exhibition space commemorating the 2000 millennium, the dome has a
plan diameter of 365 meters, one meter per day per year, and the structure is
supported by 12 masts, representing months of the year. Time plays an important role in this structure because it was built in Greenwich.
2- Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport was built in 1994 and is the third-largest airport in the world. The airport’s Teflon-coated fiberglass roof is designed to resemble snowy winter Rocky Mountain peaks. The tension structure has stood the test of time and the structure has not completely failed under the extreme weather conditions it has experienced.
3-Headquarters of Imagination
The renovation of the old Victorian school was one of the most striking, ingenious, and iconic constructions of the 1990s. The tension fabric ceiling forms a five-story atrium space.
The Canada Square tension roof was completed in 2011 and is a major government investment alternative. The fabric is designed to create five iconic sail designs covered in PTFE-coated fiberglass fabric that covers 8,474 square meters per square meter.
5-Ashford Designer Outlet
The Ashford Designer Outlet roof features a one-kilometer continuous tensile
membrane and 35,000 square meters per square meter PVC-coated polyester
fabric. Built on a reclaimed brownfield, the refreshing soft white peaks contrast with the rural landscape.
Characteristics of the PTFE Fabric Structures
→ Aesthetic and unique designs – Take any shape and almost any size
→ Coverage – Lightweight, covers a large area with minimal interruptions,
expanding outdoor living areas
→ Exceptional Translucency – Provides natural lighting and reduces heat
→ Easy to clean – Aggressive dirt can be removed with normal detergent
soap and water.
→ Economic – Perfect weldability. Ease of manufacturing. Easy to install. Ease of maintenance.
→ Environmental friendly – Recyclable and easy to move relocation or
→ Rich Colors Available – Vibrant membrane colors can create a historic