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Birdair Resources - Fabric Membrane Specification Sheets

ETFE Specifications

ETFE Film Product Spec

ETFE (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene) can be applied in multiple ways such as single, double, or triple layered applications. The material is durable, highly transparent and very lightweight in comparison to glass structures.

Farbasorb Acoustical PTFE Liner Membrane Specifications

Fabrasorb PTFE Acoustical Liner Membrane
PDF icon Fabrasorb I ASTM182.66 KB
PDF icon Fabrasorb IA ASTM178.27 KB
PDF icon Fabrasorb Acoustical1.49 MB

FABRASORB is a trademark for a family of acoustically absorptive membrane used as liners in SHEERFILL architectural membrane systems. A FABRASORB membrane serves not only to attenuate sound but also to enhance the thermal characteristics of fabric roof systems. It is translucent, non-burning, porous composites based on fiberglass and polytetrafluoroethylene. 

Ferrari PVC Specifications

PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is available as a woven or non-woven material. PVC membrane is a cost-effective alternative to traditional roofing systems and can be produced in a multitude of colors to coordinate with individual building project needs.

Sheerfill Architectural PTFE Specifications

PTFE fiberglass membrane is used in permanent structures. The composite is made of fiberglass and polytetraflouroethylene (PTFE). SHEEFILL products are available in a range of strengths and light transmission levels, providing the user with a choice of membranes to cover virtually any size of structures from a full-sized stadium to a relatively small skylight. All SHEERFILL membranes conform to rigid fire and building codes for permanent buildings. 

Tenara Specifications

PTFE-coated high translucency (ePTFE)
PDF icon Sefar TENARA Specs 4T20HF522.61 KB
PDF icon Sefar TENARA Specs 4T40HF490.88 KB

PTFE-coated high translucency (ePTFE) fabric membrane is a dynamic tensile material unmatched for its aesthetics and durability, which is a woven, non-flammable material uses 100 percent fluoropolymer coating and can offer up to 40 percent light transmission (versus just 13 percent with PVC), eliminating glare to allow broad illumination throughout a given interior space.