Problem: The customer owns a textile store with 25% open area in the cover of translucent corrugated plastic already degraded by inclement weather. Another concern is the presence of fireworks or any external source of fire, the plastic of the skylights could become a risk to the inside. On the other hand, fabrics are so sensitive to ultraviolet light, and thus block them from such radiation becomes a necessity.
Problem: The customer has a high technology packaging line in the building. The rainy season creates a number of leaks through existing translucent foils, and temperatures inside the building reach up to 10°C above the ambient temperature. The customer needs a high index of lighting and its cover has an open area of 25%.
Problem: Considering that buildings with air conditioning, natural daylighting with plastic corrugated or cell tapes generates too much heat transfer and elevates the consumption of air-conditioning, the customer requires a solution to minimize open area in the cover and be able to block the heat radiation and ultraviolet light inside the building, preserving or improving lighting indexes that the customer has specified.