ETFE Tensile Membrane Structure

ETFE Tensile Membrane Structure

ETFE (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene) membrane structure material is a durable and lightweight material commonly used in tensile membrane structures.  This transparent and flexible material has excellent UV resistance and is self-cleaning, making it ideal for outdoor applications.  ETFE has a high strength-to-weight ratio and is highly resistant to harsh weather conditions, chemicals, and fire.  This material can be used to create unique shapes and designs, and its transparency allows for natural light to filter through, reducing the need for artificial lighting.  ETFE is commonly used in various applications, such as roofing for sports arenas, airports, and shopping centers, as well as canopies, skylights, and facades for commercial and public buildings.  Its versatility and strength make it a popular choice for architects and designers who want to create sustainable and visually striking structures.

Company Profile

Zhejiang Xinria Textile Material Co., Ltd. is one of the famous China custom suppliers of ETFE Tensile Membrane Structure. We produce and sell OEM custom ETFE Tensile Membrane Structure at a favorable price. The company specializes in producing PVC coated fabrics, PVC mesh fabrics, TPU mesh fabrics, mesh fabrics, and architectural membranes. The company is located in Haining Qianjiang Industrial Park. Since its establishment, it has been committed to the research, development, production, and sales of high-quality architectural membranes or coated fabrics. The company has developed and produced: ultra-high strength membrane materials, anti-wicking, high light transmittance ultra-permeable membranes, sewage environmental membranes, titanium dioxide membranes, and other products. Using advanced technology in the field of European membrane materials, the products sell well in domestic markets and overseas markets with unanimous praise from customers.


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