PTFE (Teflon)-coated glass fiber fabrics have a life expectancy of 25-30 years, and have a fire rating class of ‘0’. The material is incombustible and resists temperatures more than 260°C without loss in strength.
Under UV light, the material undergoes active bleaching to maintain its white appearance over long periods of time. They also offer certain levels of translucency while being impermeable to water.
Due to their impressive tensile strength, PTFE fabrics are used in many large span projects such as for stadiums, amphitheatres and airports.
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