Shade Screens
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SunScreen Exterior Shading Fabric

The Affordable Shading Fabric

Phifer SunScreen is manufactured for the primary use of reducing solar heat gain in the summer and reducing heat loss in the winter.  SunScreen absorbs and dissipates up to 70 percent of the sun's heat and glare before is reaches the window.  It is customizable to be installed on any type of window and also performs as insect screening.  Because it is normally installed on the outside, Phifer SunScreen works whether windows are open or closed.  Its weave is tight enough to stop tiny insects, but open enough to allow cool breezes to flow through.

Shade Screens by Jayson offers SunScreen in your choice of Black or Bronze colors to match and enhance your property's exterior appearance.

Key Benefits

  • Reduce solar heat gain in the summer
  • Reduce heat loss in the winter
  • Save energy
  • Great outward visibility
  • Provides a uniform building exterior
  • Light filtering
  • Reduces fading
  • Also performs as an insect screening

 

Adding a solar screen make a big difference. Of original 230 BTU 28 are reflected away by the screen, 138 are absorbed and dissipated. only 64 reach glass and only 52 pass through into interior space.

 

Review the facts! Phifer SunScreen Technical Information

Fabrics Installed As Screens, 30 degree Profile Angle
 
Solar Optical Properties          Shading Coefficient w/

 Color

 TS

 RS

 AS

 TV

 1/8 CL

 1/4 CL

 1/4 HA

 Charcoal

 24

 5

 71

 28

 0.33

 0.33

 0.31

 Bronze

 26

 14

 80

 27

 0.34

 0.34

 0.31


Solar Heat Control Properties of Phifer SunScreen 70 
Fabrics Installed Internally, Zero-Degree Profile Angle
 
Solar Optical Properties          Shading Coefficient w/

 Color

 TS

 RS

 AS

 TV

 1/8 CL

 1/4 CL

 1/4 HA

 Charcoal

 25

 6

 69

 29

 0.77

 0.73

 0.53

 Bronze

 26

 14

 60

 27

 0.72

 0.68

 0.51


*Performance evaluations conducted by Matrix, Inc. Mesa, AZ
 
TS=Solar Transmittance* RS=Solar Reflectance* AS= Solar Absorption
 
TV= Visual Transmittance*CL= Clear Glass*HA= Heat Absorbing Glass* fraction= glass thickness

                                                                     The Solar Optical Properties are used
                                                                      to calculate the shading coefficient. 
 
                                                                      The Shading Coefficient represents the
                                                                       percentage of solar heat gain that is 
                                                                       transmitted to the interior through the 
                                                                       glass and shading system. 
 
                                                                      Darker colors provide maximum glare
                                                                      reduction and visibility.