Tent and awning materials functionalities

Cotton cloth and textile materials which have a microporous coating on the outside have a strong breathable capability that allows air and water vapour to pass through. This increases comfort and creates a pleasant climate in the tent.

Dirt repellent

The cloth or fabric has been given a finish that ensures that dust and dirt adhere to it less readily and the fabric does not attract them.

The use of inherently flame-retardant fibers ensures extra safety and protection. Textile material that is flame retardant inhibits fires from starting and delays their spreading.

Various types of fiber have a low degree of shrinkage. Thanks to special methods of production and professional processing by the manufacturer, the tent fabric remains stable. This enables a tent or awning to be stretched taut.

Sun protective
This fabric resists the nuisance caused by sunlight and the heat resulting from  sunlight. TenCate tent and awning fabric is well able to withstand UV radiation and thus provides effective protection from the sun.

The right choice of dyes and colourings with excellent colourfastness ensures that tent and awning fabric retain their colour, even when they are exposed to sun and rain for many seasons.

A number of studies and tests have proven that the best raw materials, the right combination of fibers, the weaving technique chosen and

good finishes result in excellent durability. Good maintenance will increase lifespan even further.

Moisture regulating
Fibers like cotton and PVA have a high moisture-absorbent capability and are able to get rid of moisture quickly from this textile material.

An ingenious combination of fibers, yarns, weaving and finishing gives the textile material its strength. The right processing and smart construction enhance this feature.

Water repellent
The combination of fibers, construction and processing results in a textile material that repels water.

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