NeoFab Polyester Canvas

Specifications:

  • 2 x Polyurethane coated polyester fabric
  • Water repellant
  • UV-resistant
  • Fade resistant
  • 2 year limited manufacturers warranty

Used as standard fabric on the following umbrellas:

  • Cafe Series umbrellas

Recacril 100% Solution Dyed Premium Acrylic canvas

Special Edition Stripes

Specifications:

  • 100% Solution Dyed Acrylic canvas
  • Manufactured in Spain
  • Brand is Recacril by Recasens (a family owned company established in 1886)
  • Water repellant
  • UV-resistant
  • Superior fade resistance

Used on the following umbrellas:

  • Eclipse & Aurora cantilever umbrellas (surcharge may apply)
  • Cafe Series (surcharge applies)
  • Nova HD
Five year canvas warranty

100% Solution Dyed Polypropylene canvas

Specifications:

  • 100% Solution Dyed Polypropylene
  • Water repellant
  • UV-resistant

Used on the following umbrellas:

  • Aurora cantilever umbrellas
  • Fiberglass “FG” Series
Two year canvas warranty

Umbrosa canvas range

Premium:

  • 97% UV resistant (SPF40)
  • 100% Solution Dyed Poly-olefin fabric
  • Manufactured in Spain
  • Brand is Teksilk by Etisilk
  • 100% recyclable
  • Water repellent
  • Can be washed at 40°
Two year canvas warranty

Limited Edition:

  • 99% UV resistant (SPF50)
  • 100% Solution Dyed Acrylic canvas
  • Brand is Sunbrella
  • Water repellent
  • Superior fade resistance
Five year canvas warranty

Used on the following umbrellas:

  • Spectra cantilever umbrella
  • Infina designer umbrella
  • Paraflex wall mount umbrella (non-standard colours only)

Skyspan Ferrari 502 PVC

Specifications:

  • Architectural grade PVC
  • 100% UV and waterproof
  • Industry leading outdoor fabric
  • Wide choice of colours available
  • Can be washed at 40°

Used on the following umbrellas:

  • Skyspan
Five year canvas warranty

Performance of fabric

fabric comparison chart for umbrellas

Solution Dyed Canvas

Conventional dyed fibre

Conventional dyed fabric fibre

Solution dyed fibre

We use solution dyed fabrics which means when the fibre is being made from a liquid form, it’s dyed before being extruded and this way the dye covers the entire fibre inside and out. The other way is to make the fibre first and then dye it, doing it this way is called conventional dying which can fade in 1-2 years depending on how much sun it receives as your only coating the outside of the fibre.

Other fabrics can be sourced or custom colors can be made to order (min. quantities apply), please Contact Us to discuss your requirements