WILMINGTON, Del. — DuPont and Seaman Corporation announced the launch of a new Shelter-Rite® High Light Transmission architectural fabric using transparent Tedlar® PVF film. This new architectural fabric is ideal for structures that require natural light such as sports arenas, event venues and greenhouses. Seaman Corporation will showcase this new product at IFAI Expo (Booth #1403), Oct. 12-14, in Charlotte, N.C.
“We are thrilled to continue our long-standing history of collaboration with Seaman Corporation and know their latest innovative offering will meet an important need for the building industry,” said Matt Urfali, vice president of sales and marketing, DuPont™ Tedlar.
Transparent UV-blocking Tedlar film is an ideal high-performance material that provides decades of durable protection. With excellent weatherability and dirt-shedding properties, Tedlar preserves the life and aesthetics of architectural fabric structures even in extremely harsh environments. It provides high level of protection against ultraviolet (UV) light, moisture, rain and pollution. Shelter-Rite® architectural fabrics with Tedlar have a proven track record of long-lasting performance and aesthetics.
“Our new Shelter-Rite High Light Transmission fabric is just the latest in a long history of providing best-in-class architectural fabric,” said Frank Bradenburg, business director of architectural fabrics, Seaman Corporation. “With the added protection of Tedlar, our customers know that their fabric structure will perform and look like new for many years.”
To learn more about Shelter-Rite High Light Transmission or to request a sample please visit seamancorp.com/products/shelter-rite-architectural-fabrics.