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    Helioscreen offers self-cleaning Orchestra Max awning fabric for all retractable awnings

    Helioscreen Australia and New Zealand

    Helioscreen Australia and New Zealand  is now offering all retractable awnings with a premium acrylic fabric featuring colourfast, waterproof and self-cleaning properties at no extra charge till the end of October.

    Inspired by the lotus plant’s distinct capability to remain clean and dry at all times, Orchestra Max range of awning fabrics is coated with special nanoparticles that repel dirt and moisture. The self-cleaning properties of Orchestra Max awning fabrics allow the fabric to stay clean in all types of weather, amidst any amounts of ambient pollution. Cleaning involves a simple process of rinsing down the awning fabric with clear water to return it to its original appearance.

    The Permaclean treatment on the awning fabric enables dirt beads to roll right off the surface without ever settling into the fibres of the fabric. Easy to maintain, these awning fabrics are ideal for use in outdoor cafes and restaurant terraces that are often exposed to heavy pollution and severe weather conditions.

    The Orchestra Max range of sunscreen fabrics received the ‘Selfcleaning – Inspired by Nature’ certification, awarded by the ITV laboratory in Denkendorf, Germany. This provides a 100% guarantee of the effectiveness of the fabric’s unique Permaclean treatment, applied to the entire Orchestra Max range of awning fabrics.

    Key features of Orchestra Max awning fabrics:

    • Coated on one side with antifungal acrylic resin resistant to UV rays
    • Completely waterproof, enabling outdoor areas to be used even during rain
    • 100% solution-dyed acrylic Sunacryl fibres ensure excellent colourfastness and UV-resistance
    • Can be cleaned by simply rinsing down the fabric with water
    This special offer is limited to the Australian stock range, and not applicable for custom quotes or in conjunction with other promotions.
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