Architectural Membranes

Architectural membranes are relatively new construction materials being used in India. The applications of architectural membranes include construction of permanent and semi-permanent structures such as car park covers, cafes, walkways, hotels, outdoor entertainment areas, pool surrounds, greenhouses, airports, stadiums, sports halls, exhibitions and display halls, storage bases for industrial and military supplies and any venues that require protection against harsh UV rays, heat, glare, rain and wind. The textile structures used for construction material can be classified into Clear-span structures, Tension structures and Air Structures. Architectural membranes are strong, energy efficient and aesthetically superior products that offer flexibility to designers and architects thus, allowing high levels of creativity. The textile material used for construction purpose is to be made Waterproof , Fire retardant, Resistant to deformation and extension under tension, Impermeable to air and wind, Resistant to abrasion and mechanical damage, Resistant to sunlight and acid rain, Resistant to microbial attack.

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