How Does Solar Screen Do All That

Solar Screen Material cools and protects by reducing heat and UV rays in 3 ways.
They Block the sun’s hear and UV rays, Absorb the heat and Dissipates it with the airflow through the screen.

The Solar Screen Chart illustrates how the heat entering the home is reduced by a very substantial amount.

Is it Just for Windows? There are several applications other than just windows that solar screen is used to solve heat problems. Many homeowners are using solar screen for these applications:

Screened in Porches
Patio Shading
Gazebos Shading
Skylights
What Type of Solar Screen is Available?
The Solar Screen (either 80% or 90%) Solar Screen fabric . It is an extremely durable PVC coated polyester fabric. So tough it can be nailed, stapled, sew it together and install grommets. Solar Screen is also Pet Resistant.

Solar Screen is designed to block up to 80% of the sun’s heat. 80% is a lot of heat blockage. It is works very well in cooling most areas as it cools as very well, lets in a lot of natural light and has the best outward visibility. The best outward visibility is with the darker color solar screen fabric: either black, brown or black/brown.

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SoFlex Mesh

SOFLEX Mesh series includes 5 classic types of Mesh, which comes from Soyang’s Germany coating line up to 5 meters (197”), is widely used for wall wraping, billboard, Banner,display and even indoor decoration like curtains. Our mesh can be printed on both sides with UV ink and it’s PVC backing line also makes it easy when feeding and printing on machines.

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SoFlex – Mesh can provide various wind flow between 25% and 65%, and they are all suitable for large format advertisement, wiith unique recipe, SoFlex-Mesh can offer enhanced image compared to traditional meshes. SoFlex-Mesh is widely used for scaffolding, theatrical, TV backdrops and so on. For all items except Mesh-6, a PVC backing is available which could prevent ink spray through when printing and makes the feeding easy.

 

Latex printing technology

Latex printing technology has only been out for a few years, and it is booming and becoming a very popular printing method. The quality it yields can be breathtaking, and it may have some advantages over solvent. I wanted to highlight some of the differences between the two technologies (latex and solvent ink), and the pros and cons between them as well.

One thing latex brought to the playing field when it was introduced was how eco-friendly it is. The inks used are better for the environment, and they are just as vibrant as some solvent printers. The latex printer does not require a ventilation system or a scrubbing system like some solvent printers do, and VOC’s are virtually non-existent with this printer.
Getting down to the basics, the main difference between a solvent based printer and latex based hinge on two factors. The first one is how it delivers ink to the substrate, and more specifically, what the inks consist of. They also differ how the substrate reacts when the inks are applied.
Solvent inks and latex inks have totally different chemistry. In solvent inks, the ink vehicle is comprised of pigment (color), plus an etching agent which helps ‘etch’ out the media when it has been applied, and an evaporating agent which assists in drying the ink out. The ink is ejected out of the print head, hits the media, the etching chemical then etches (or creates a void) into the media where the ink will reside, and then the heaters on the printer help evacuate the drying agent in the ink. During the drying process, the liquid parts of the ink will evaporate, leaving the pigment in place.
Latex ink consists of 80% water and pigment. Latex does require quite a large drying unit to cure the ink to the media and help evacuate the water, but the ink comes out 100% dry. Solvent prints requires a period of 12 to 24 hours to take place so outgassing may occur. If you don’t do this step, and move directly to laminating, little bubbles will appear in the laminate, thus defacing the print.
The delivery methods in both units are pretty close to the same, however, when the latex printer needs new print heads, I can install them myself for a fraction of the cost. When you look at solvent units, the head replacement is typically very expensive, plus a technician is required to do the replacement. On the flip side of that, the heads in a solvent machine will outlast those in latex units 5 to 1.
One thing I don’t like about our latex HP L25500 is the paper path. It takes practice to get the unit loaded, but it can be done in three minutes time. The solvent ink printers I have seen have a ‘straight thru’ path, takes the challenges out of loading the unit.

Branch Office Direct Printing

Branch Office Direct Printing can reduce Wide Area Network (WAN) usage by printing directly to a print device instead of a server print queue. This feature can be enabled or disabled on a per printer basis and is transparent to the user.
This feature requires a print server running Windows Server 2012 and clients running Windows 8. It is enabled by an administrator using the Print Management Console or Windows PowerShell on the server.
Practical applications
Branch Office Direct Printing may be able to save your organization money by reducing network traffic on expensive WAN links and by reducing the workload on busy print servers centrally located in your datacenter.
Important functionality
Branch Office Direct Printing may benefit your organization in the following ways:
Client computers running Windows Server 2012 obtain printer information from the print server, but send the print jobs directly to the printer. The print data no longer travels to the central server and then back to the branch office printer.
The printer information is cached in the branch office, so that if the print server is unavailable for some reason (for example if the WAN link to the data center is down), then it is still possible for the user to print.
The client computer renders the print job before sending it to the printer. The major difference between Branch Office Direct Printing and Client-Side Rendering (CSR) is that Branch Office Direct Printing does not send the print job to the server. Instead the job is sent directly to the printer, resulting in a significant reduction in network bandwidth usage when the printers are centrally managed.

SoTex Direct Printing

From:Microsoft

What are Solar Screen Benefits?

Cools Your Home or Other Living Space. Solar screen on windows can cool problem rooms up to 15 degrees in warm climates making the home or other living area much more comfortable in the hot summer months.

Reduce Cooling Energy Costs. Independent Studies have shown that solar screen installed on exposed windows can reduce the cooling portion of electric energy costs as much as 30-35% on a typical home in a warm climate.

Protection from Fading. The UV rays blocked by solar screen can help protect your valuable home furnishings such as furniture, drapes, floors and paintings.

Daytime Privacy. With solar screen on your windows, it is very hard, if not impossible for people to see into your home during the daylight hours. Much like dark sunglasses, even though people can’t see in, outward visibility can be excellent, especially with the darker color (black, brown or dark bronze) Solar Screen.

Reduced Glare. Solar screen helps reduce the glare coming in through the windows. This benefit can be very beneficial in the family television, media room or home office.

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PVC Coated Tarpaulin Fabric Application Area

With High technology, advanced producing equipments and automatic assembly lines, our products are widely applied in the fields of Truck Cover , Tents, inflatable, Coated Tarpaulin Side Curtain, PVC Ventilation Duct

Our proven material has been successfully used in the following industries:

Transportation: Truck Tarps, Truck Covers and Truck Side Walls;
Construction: Oil Booms, Construction Tarps, Farm Tarps and Commercial Sewing;
Amusement/Recreation: Tents and Awnings, Inflatables and Jumpers, Cold Air Inflatables, Pool Covers, Spa Covers, Boat Covers, Pontoon Covers and ATV Cab Covers;
Athletics: Gym and Athletic Mats, Gymnastic Equipment, Wall Padding and Field Covers;
Loading Dock and Door: High Speed Roll-Up Doors, Vinyl Roll-Up Doors, Dock Seals, Dock Shelters and Industrial Curtains;
Food Service and Restaurant: Rack Covers, Equipment Covers and Patio Enclosures.

FROM:Artone Co., Ltd.

Technical textiles

Technical textiles are defined as textile materials and products used primarily for their technical performance and functional properties, sometimes as a component or part of another product to improve the performance of the product.

The global demand for a variety of such textiles has continuously increased as a result of their rising base of applications in end-use industries.

The 2016 Technical Textiles Top Markets Report, produced by the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration (ITA), forecasts global demand for U.S. technical textile products to increase 4 percent annually through 2017. Innovation and new technology coupled with trade relationships developed under existing and future free trade agreements will drive this increase in demand.

The Top Markets Report examines historical data from 2008 through 2015 plus forecasts demand for 2016 and 2017, and ranks 70 markets for overall technical textile exports. This study of the U.S. technical textiles market is intended to provide an analysis of the competitive landscape, including developing trends and key regions where U.S. producers could find new and continued opportunities for their products.

In addition to examining historical and future global demand for U.S. technical textile products, this Top Markets Report identifies nine key foreign markets where U.S. producers could see growth and opportunities to expand their market.

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What Are the Characteristics of Print Media?

Print media characteristics are determined by the message, the delivery and the production. When using print media, it’s advantageous to know what you want to say and the best way to say it. Whether it’s direct mail, magazines, newspapers or fliers and business cards handed out in grocery stores, all are characteristics of print media fulfilling its determined purpose.

Newspapers are the most common printed mass media. Delivered to the home or sold at a newsstand, newspapers can be published daily, or regularly over the course of a week or month. Newspaper have the advantage of providing quick, inexpensive and tangible delivery of both news and advertising. You can’t clip a pizza coupon from a radio advertisement. Magazines provide on a weekly or other periodic basis what the newspaper cannot: in-depth coverage and analysis of specific events or issues, not just the news of today. In most cases for newspaper and magazine print media, the information is a way to bring readers–and potential customers– to the advertisements. A few specialty newspapers and magazines are supported solely by subscription and stand sales but they are not the norm.

California Fire Marshal registers Soyang’s tent material

The California State Department of Forestry and Fire Marshal has approved the new Memotex tent material by Soyang Technologies, a leading manufacturer of technical textiles for printing and industrial applications.

As mentioned in the registration paper, the product meets the minimum requirements of flame resistance established by the California State Fire Marshal for products identified in Section 13115, California Health and Safety Code.

The scope of the approved use of the product is provided in the current edition of the California Approved List of Flame Retardant Chemicals and Fabrics, General and Limited Applications Concerns, published by the California State Fire Marshal. (GK)
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Why is the Print Media Important?

The print media is an effective way to alert the public to the Weatherization Assistance Program and its work. Readers often bypass paid advertising, but a story from an independent journalist increases public awareness and builds local credibility. The media reaches a broad audience of readers on a daily basis. Reporters and editors are always looking for interesting, newsworthy stories. Attracting media attention can help expand your influence and name recognition in target communities.