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Natural light can be a beautiful design element with a little sun management. Elegantly managing the sun's heat and glare can be accomplished with Phifer's SheerWeave interior sun control fabrics for solar shades.

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SheerWeave's light-filtering qualities diffuse light, reduce glare and help control solar heat gain to make any room a more comfortable environment. As SheerWeave filters and diffuses light, it also helps reduce the fading of textiles and interior furnishings. Window treatments made with SheerWeave fabrics provide energy-efficient solutions by reducing the amount of solar heat gain. While lighter color fabrics reflect light and illuminate the interior with just the right amount of light, darker solar shade fabrics provide a superb view to the outside and absorb light making them ideal for viewing computer and television screens.

The openness of a fabric refers to the weave or mesh structure and determines the amount of heat and light that enters a room. A more open fabric allows more heat and light to penetrate through, while tighter meshes block more heat and light. SheerWeave solar shade fabrics are offered in a variety of openness factors to allow optimal light in commercial buildings or provide more privacy for such applications as hospitals and doctors offices.

Phifer Sheerweave Fabric Aesthetics
With a whisper of light and color, SheerWeave fabrics are the perfect complement to any interior decor. The simple yet beautiful weaves of SheerWeave fabrics add a rich, subtle texture without taking away from the overall interior design scheme. Simple, clean and classic, the aesthetic quality of SheerWeave allows solar shades to be used in combination with other draperies and window coverings. Are large windows in your architectural design? SheerWeave is available in wide widths to cover large window openings. Phifer's exciting palette of styles, patterns, colors and weaves can provide you with the tools you need to create the perfect look for your next window covering project. If one of the Phifer stock lines does not work with your interior design, use our Special Weave Program to create one that will. From restaurants and offices to hotels and homes, Phifer SheerWeave has been used in residential and commercial spaces worldwide. SheerWeave fabrics provide the perfect balance of light, comfort and beauty making them the ideal window covering solution.

Quality
Phifer's quality standards are among the highest in the world. All SheerWeave fabrics are manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility in Tuscaloosa, Alabama USA under strict guidelines through ISO certified production processes. From yarn coating to packaging, every step of the production process is checked to ensure only the finest quality fabrics are given the Phifer name. SheerWeave fabrics are as durable as they are beautiful to handle high-traffic applications with ease. Independent laboratory testing found SheerWeave fabrics to meet or exceed flame retardancy and bacteria/fungal resistancy requirements. These solar shade fabrics are easy to maintain, as they require only occasional cleaning using a mild detergent, brushing and rinsing.

Now With Microban
Microban antimicrobial protection works continuously to inhibit the growth of bacteria, mold and mildew that can cause stains, odors and product deterioration. It is infused into Phifer SheerWeave sun control fabrics for lasting protection that won’t wash off or wear away for the lifetime of the shade.

Ts: Solar Transmittance
Measures the proportion of solar energy transmitted through the fabric.
A low figure indicates a good filtration of solar energy by the fabric.
  Solar Transmittance
Rs: Solar Reflectance
Solar Reflectance measures the proportion of solar energy reflected by the fabric. A high figure indicates a good reflection of solar energy by the fabric.
  Solar Reflectance
As: Solar Absorbancies
Measures the proportion of solar energy absorbed by the fabric.
A low figure indicates a low absorption of solar energy by the fabric.
  Solar Absorbancies
Tuv: The UV Transmittance
Is closely related to the openness factor and measures the amount of UV that is transmitted through the fabric.
   
Tv: Visible Light Transmittance
Measures the percentage of visable light coming through the fabric that can bee seen by the naked eye. It is related to the amount of light (brightness) a person receives through a glazing system. A low figure shows a very efficient fabric.
  Visible Light Transmittance
O-F: The Openness Factor
Measures the proportion of holes in a woven fabric. This parameter, together with other technical properties of the fabric, should be considered when determining the degree of visibility and heat and glare control, that the fabric offers. The openness factor can vary slightly from color to color in the same fabric, and is often expressed as as Average OF. A low OF shows that the fabric is a very low weave.
  Openess Factor
Sc: The Shading Coefficient
Is the ratio between the solar factors of the protected window
(glazing + sun blind) and the solar factor.
  Shading Coefficient



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