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Serge Ferrari Introduces
New Screen & Shade Material

Friday, July 22, 2016

The much-anticipated Serge Ferrari Soltis 88, previewed at the IFAI Show in Anaheim last October, is now available in North America and sold to manufacturers of exterior and interior screens, awnings, retractables and pergolas. 

Serge Ferrari Soltis 88 is a dimensionally stable, lightweight and durable screen material that is eight percent open for a perfect compromise between visual and thermal comfort: light is filtered and heat partially blocked while outward visibility is maintained. An even weave pattern and attractive textured appearance enables an undistorted view. Soltis 88 is available in 17 colors that coordinate with other Soltis ranges, and in wide widths for a selection of colors for seamless designs.  

Manufactured with Serge Ferrari’s patented Precontraint technology, Soltis 88 provides the same durability and performance customers have come to expect from the Soltis range, including excellent weather, UV and mold resistance. Woven with high tenacity polyester yarns and pre-tensioned prior to applying an acrylic topcoat, Soltis 88 will not tear or elongate and is easy to clean and maintain (no re-tensioning). Soltis 88 is GreenGuard-certified for indoor air quality and 100 percent recyclable with Serge Ferrari’s Texyloop program.

Sold through the Serge Ferrari North America office located in Pompano Beach, Florida, Soltis 88 is available in two standard roll widths (69.7 inches and 105.1 inches) and two standard roll lengths (54.68 yards and 43.74 yards). Short rolls are available with a nominal cut charge. Call (954) 942-3600 or visit en.sergeferrari.com.

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