DURABLE  FABRICS
DESIGNED  TO  STAND  THE  TEST  OF  TIME For more than 25 years Suntek has produced durable, waterproof, mildew and fade resistant fabrics made for harsh sun exposure. With our track record of innovation and our dedicated team of scientists and engineers, Suntek has worked in collaboration with many different industries to develop new uses for these high performing materials. Sona-fast, Solar-flare and Eco-fiber are part of Suntek’s versatile fabric design range with Grade 5 sunfast.

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All Suntek products are tested using colorfastness to light. This  refers to a fabric's ability to resist fading when exposed to sun. The test used to measure colorfastness to light is AATCC 16 option 1 or 3. "The AATCC 16 Option 1 and 3 are test methods of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. In AATCC 16 Option 1 a Carbon-Arc lamp is used as the light source and in AATCC 16 Option 3 a Xenon-Arc lamp is used. Under both methods a strip of fabric, part of which is protected by a special paper card, is placed in a fadometer and exposed to 40 hours of accelerated fading units. After the exposure the difference in color between the exposed and protected parts of the fabric are compared to the AATCC gray scale and the degree of fading is rated." Grade 5 = no fading Grade 4 = slight fading Grade 1 = high degree of fading If you demand quality. Only Suntech products endore the ellements of the sun.
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DURABLE  FABRICS
DESIGNED  TO  STAND  THE  TEST  OF  TIME For more than 25 years Suntek has produced durable, waterproof, mildew and fade resistant fabrics made for harsh sun exposure. With our track record of innovation and our dedicated team of scientists and engineers, Suntek has worked in collaboration with many different industries to develop new uses for these high performing materials. Sona-fast, Solar-flare and Eco- fiber are part of Suntek’s versatile fabric design range with Grade 5 sunfast.

Your Trusted Partner

All Suntek products are tested using colorfastness to light. This  refers to a fabric's ability to resist fading when exposed to sun. The test used to measure colorfastness to light is AATCC 16 option 1 or 3. "The AATCC 16 Option 1 and 3 are test methods of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists. In AATCC 16 Option 1 a Carbon-Arc lamp is used as the light source and in AATCC 16 Option 3 a Xenon-Arc lamp is used. Under both methods a strip of fabric, part of which is protected by a special paper card, is placed in a fadometer and exposed to 40 hours of accelerated fading units. After the exposure the difference in color between the exposed and protected parts of the fabric are compared to the AATCC gray scale and the degree of fading is rated." Grade 5 = no fading Grade 4 = slight fading Grade 1 = high degree of fading If you demand quality. Only Suntech products endore the ellements of the sun.