Cortina: A “Cradle to Cradle” Solar Fabric Made From Recyclable Polyester

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n 1 a: A Cradle to Cradle-certified solar-protection textile used primarily for window shades. b:Made by Mermet from 100 percent PVC-free, recyclable polyester. c: Has a 5 percent openness factor with a woven pattern that resembles tree bark. (Its counterpart, Siena, has a 7 percent openness factor.) d: Eligible for credits from the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) green building certification program. e: Meets fire-safety and clean-air standards in schools.

Cortina and Siena are completely recyclable 100% polyester, PVC-Free fabrics offered in a 118" width. Both fabrics emulate beauty of design and functionality. Cortina has a unique tree bark look offered in 5% openness. Siena has a beautiful marbled pattern and is available in 7% openness. Both styles meet ASTM G21, ASTM E 2180, NFPA701 and Calif. Title 19 fire classifications, and are RoHS certified as well as Greenguard and Greenguard Children and Schools compliant.

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