R+T Asia 2017 is the leading trade show for the Asia Pacific market, producing successful annual trade shows in Shanghai. This three-day business-to-business event will be held on March 21-23, 2017 and organized by VNU Exhibitions Asia and Messe Stuttgart. The international character of R+T Asia exhibition offers a perfect interactive platform for meeting all your key partners, potential customers, manufacturers, buyers, associations and media related to the sector of doors, gates, roller shutters, window covering, external sun shading systems and internal sun protection solutions.
External Sun Protection Systems (Roller Shutters, Window Shutters, External Venetian Blinds), Internal Sun protection Systems (Roller Blinds, Rainbow Blinds, Shangri La Blinds, Honeycomb Blinds, Vertical Blinds), Window Fabrics, Shading Systems (Awnings, Tarpaulins, Sunshades, Umbrellas, Pergolas, Tents), Venetian Blinds, Technical Textiles, Drive & Control Systems, Accessories & Fittings, Machinery, Interior Sun and Sight Protection, Automatic Doors, Industrial Doors, Entry Doors, Garage Doors, Drive & control devices, Accessories and fittings for door and gates, Machinery for doors and gates.
At the SNIEC Exhibition Center, the most modern in China, Messe Stuttgart, in cooperation with VNU Exhibitions Asia, organizes the R+T Asia, the trade fair for roller shutters, sun protection, roll and garage doors. The focus of the event is the demand from the markets of Asia/Pacific, as well as the import of foreign and export of Chinese quality products. The visitors will find a variety of new technologies and innovative products. The R+T Asia is considered the only exhibition of its kind in Asia.
The purchasing volume for China’s window market has reached 4 billion RMB with 20% for Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai. East China is developing as an important hub for the window industry.
Energy saving, safety and comfort play a big role for windows and for integrated sun-shading solutions for civil buildings. The latest technologies of the global window industry will attract owners, architects and contractors.
The window industry is continuously developing and researching new technologies. Many window and door systems agents are also manufacturers. Some aluminum providers began producing their own window and door systems with standardized sizes, seeking to match the quality of Europe’s energy-saving doors and windows.
Income per person and living standards in China are increasing as are government standards for energy-saving buildings. China has 28 billion sqm of buildings, and many of them, with their doors and windows, are being renovated. Plus, China’s urbanization rate is higher than 50%, and the annual growth of the new construction market exceeds 20%.
In China 55% of doors and windows are made from aluminum, 35% are made from PVC, and 15% are made from steel or wood. The market for plastic windows in North China is significant. Copper and metal windows, often used in renovating old and historic houses, are a smaller part of the industry.
Due to much advancement in solar optical technologies and testing, there is now more information about sunscreen shadecloths than ever before. Information that is useful in determining one of the more pressing questions when deciding on a shadecloth: polyester vs. fiberglass. The following is a report on how polyester core fabric and fiberglass core fabric compare in quality, durability, and fit-for-use. Based on our prior history with fiberglass core, our subsequent experience with polyester core, and test results from independent lab tests, we find that despite its traditional strengths in other products, fiberglass does not match the quality and performance of polyester as a sunscreen.
There are similarities in the polyester and fiberglass yarns. Both types of fabric are coated with vinyl, so the emissivity is virtually identical. Polyester core yarns are extrusion-coated, while fiberglass yarns are dip-coated. Both end up as vinyl-coated yarns woven into a solar shadecloth on a standard loom. The woven shadecloth is then cured under heat and pressure. This process seals in the yarns and creates a non-raveling shadecloth suitable for roller screens. Both fiberglass and polyester core fabrics meet the UK, US, and Canadian fire resistance codes for window coverings.
The major difference between polyester and fiberglass shadecloths is in the strength and durability of their core yarns. For all physical property tests (Grab Tensile Strength, Tearing Strength, Ball Burst Strength, and Abrasion Resistance) polyester core fabric was superior. This can be attributed to the polyester core and a high-quality plasticizer, the same type used on radial tires. This plasticizer also provides excellent resistance to fading, abrasion, mildew, rot, and chemicals. Even when produced in light colors, polyester core will not yellow as opposed to light-colored fiberglass core.
The polyester core construction tends to be more dimensionally stable, performing better in all construction tests. In the Stretch and Recovery Test, polyester core shades retain their original shape and form, particularly if the shades are quite large. The thermoplastic matrix of polyester and vinyl allows a sealed-cut edge, with a protective bead, which is not possible with a fiberglass and vinyl screen cloth. The fiberglass is inert and will not bind to the vinyl coating. Thus fiberglass core gets distorted and does not retain its original shape.
Fiberglass yarn consists of very fine and short-staple fibers. To manufacture these at a given density, it requires the inclusion of far more threads than a Polyester Core screen cloth, resulting in a higher price and no practical advantage over polyester, regardless of the openness factor.
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Holographic projection has become a global phenomenon and in the last few years Screen Solutions has seen an overwhelming demand for this technology, as interest increases so do the misconceptions and further need for proper education. Screen Solutions Intrigue line of holographic projection screens are available in both projection film and rigid projection screen surfaces.
Upon reviewing the information on this page and the accompanying pages you will have both a clear understanding and comprehensive grass roots training on the holographic projection screens – what they are and what they are not and most importantly how to use them.
To start there are a number of misconceptions and repeat questions we hear everyday regarding holographic projection screens, by answering these common questions which you may or may not have it will serve as the best way to immerse yourself in holographic projection screen technology. There are several topics and a plethora of practical information regarding holographic projection and best practices;
This picture shows you a 120″ Diagonal, Screen Solutions Intrigue Holographic Rear Projection Screen in an Under Armour Retail Store – Pennsylvania. They use this particular holographic projection screen for in-store digital signage and media presentation.
Great for 3D object floating on a Intrigue transparent holographic projection screen.
3D graphics floating on a Intrigue transparent holographic projection screen.
3D wireframe graphics on a Intrigue Rear Projection Screen
Diffusion screen fabric; Standard Matt white, gain ~1
Diffusion screens spread the projected light evenly over a wide viewing area.
Is the ideal choice for any application which requires a wide viewing angle or when ambient light is controllable.
Reflective screen fabric; Datalux, Pearlescent. gain ~2
Gain is obtained using a special coating that reflects light over a small viewing area.
Light rays projected on the screen are reflected like a mirror, so that light arriving at a certian angle from
the top will be reflected at an equal and opposite angle to the bottom.
Ideal for situations where ambient light cannot be controlled.
Because of the relective properies, this screen fabric is well suited when projectors are ceiling mounted.
Retro-reflective screen fabric; High power. gain ~2.8
Retro-reflective screen fabrics have a surface which is impregnated with tiny glass beads producing
a reflected image of unequaled brightness.
With retro-reflective screen fabrics most of the light is reflected back to the source.
Ideal for situations when theres a high amount of un-controllable ambient light.
Best results are achieved when the projector is positioned on the same level as the audience, because
most of the light is reflected back along the same path.
Reversa Screens ; Rear projection. gain 5.8
Solid rear projection screens that obtain record breaking gain values
Designed to be used anywhere including in bright sunny
Reflected light is measured in lux.
Research has shown that approx. 400 lux is an adequate luminance value for showing images under normal light conditions.
Lux is calculated as follows:
Projected image area
Using a 1500 ANSI lumen projector with the Projecta Pro wall screen 1800, matt white finish (gain 1).
(1.8m x 1.8m (HxW))
Please allow for a higher lux value if you have higher than normal ambient light (ie. direct sunlight).
Because of the uniqueness of different situations, the above advice should only be used
as basic guidelines, not as essential criteria.