Folding Arm, Vertical, Fixed, Pivot Arm
Dickson Max Acrylic Fabric is a 100% waterproof fabric, generally used in commercial applications or high access areas where it is hard to regularly reach to clean. The technology used in the development of the Permaclean self-cleaning finish is based on the observation of the structure of a Lotus leaf, which, despite its development in muddy rivers and lakes, manages to keep clean. The microscopic structure of the plant surface, covered with numerous superhydrophobic small bumps, allows its leaves never to be wet. Instead, the drops of water keep rolling on the surface of the leaf, carrying with them debris, insects and dust. Therefore, the Permaclean finish contains nanoparticles that, once applied on the fabric, assemble to form an extremely dense protective layer that keeps dirt on the surface. Rain or simple rinsing is sufficient to clean the fabric. Orchestra Max is coated on one side with an anti-fungal, UV resistant acrylic resin, reinforcing its water-resistant properties.
|Composition||100% solution dyed acrylic|
|Finish||Permaclean® special self-cleaning and water-resistant treatment.|
|Colour Fastness UV outdoor||4-5/5|
|Warranty||10 year limited|
Care & Cleaning
Max is treated with a special finish which delays the forming and accumulation of dirt. In order not to spoil this treatment, cleaning of the fabric must be done respecting the following instructions. Simply brush off any loose dirt, dust, grime, leaf litter and bird matter with a soft brush, hose down and clean with a mild soap in lukewarm water (37ºC). Rinse thoroughly to remove soap. DO NOT use detergents. Allow to air dry. For our complete cleaning guide and available cleaning products such as 303 then please contact us. *** Respect the following to prolong the life of your awning *** In the event of high winds, retract the awning*** The awning system should be positioned in such a way that there is perfect tension of the fabric with no rubbing. *** In the rain, the awning can be left out, but avoid retracting it damp and leaving it for a long period of time. If for different reasons, you must retract it when damp, let it out as soon as you can to allow it to dry. *** Do not allow dirt, dust, grime, leaf litter and bird matter to remain on the fabric as this can stain your fabric and can provides a perfect medium for bacteria to proliferate.