Tape Knitted Shade Cloth is made of tape yarn and is denser on the surface.
It is more effective at shading than monofilament shade cloth, which has a higher shade rate and lower gsm.
Tape shade cloth is available in different colors, from black to white.
It can be used for various purposes, including shading fruit trees and protecting crops from heat stress in summer.
The shade cloth will also help keep the soil cool during hot months.
Tape Shade cloth offers lower product weight at the same shade rate, thanks to its higher shade efficiency, which can reduce cost to the user.
Tape Shade is a low-cost solution for some scenarios.
It is not as durable as monofilament shade cloth and therefore is not recommended for highly exposed applications.
Tape Shade cloth can create a cooler environment in your greenhouse or garden, reducing glare from the sun while still allowing light.
|Product No.||Weight[g/m2]||Shading||Size[m]||UV Warranty||Ideal for|
|Tape 30||35||30%||2x100m ; 4x100m||3 Years||Roses, Strawberries, Gooseberries, Tomatoes, Peppers|
|Tape 50||55||50%||2x100m ; 4x100m||3 Years||Foliage plants, Cut greens, Orchids, Ginger, Pot plants|
|Tape 70||85||70%||2x100m ; 4x100m||5 Years||Ferns, Orchids ( Cypripediums), Philodendron, Succulents|
|Tape 90||130||90%||2x100m ; 4x100m||5 Years||Cattle shed, Poultry houses, and vehicular shades|
Tape Shade is a lightweight solution for shading applications, which can be easily installed on existing structures.
It offers excellent protection from the sun’s harmful rays and heat and is ideal for agricultural purposes.
Tape Shade cloth is also commonly used in construction projects to provide shade for workers or equipment during break periods.
Accessories & Installation
1. What is the best shade for growing tomatoes in a greenhouse?
In warmer regions(South of 40 degrees latitude), 50% shade cloth is ideal for growing crops like tomatoes.
In cooler regions (North of 40 degrees latitude), 30% shade cloth will do the trick.
If the greenhouse is located in an area where temperatures exceed 100 degrees F during the summer, you should use 50% shade cloth.
2. What effect will 40 shade cloth have on the temperature?
in general, 40-50% shade cloth used with good ventilation and airflow will lower temperatures inside by at least 10°F (5.5°C) and possibly more than 15°F (8.3°C).
For example, if it’s 95°F (35°C) outside, it could be as low as 80°F (26.6°C) inside.