EASY AND CLEAR.
DIRECT LIGHT CO-EXTRUDED FILMS FEATURE BOTH A GOOD TRANSPARENCY AND EXCELLENT MECHANICAL PROPERTIES. ALL AT A GREAT VALUE FOR PRICE. ORIGINAL PRODUCTS ARE DEVELOPED FROM TECHNOLOGICAL EXPERIENCE AND MARKET ATTENTION, ALLOWING AN EASY INSTALLATION AND A GREAT SATISFACTION, EVEN FOR LONG DURATION. AVAILABLE IN CLASS N, B, D AND E, ACCORDING TO EN 13206 2002.
The Main Advantages
- Excellent transparency at the visible solar radiation, particularly in the PAR (Photosynthetic Active Radiation, which is useful for the photosynthesis, i.e. 400-700 nm) necessary for plant growth.
- High mechanical properties of elasticity, tear resistance, tensile strength and resistance to perforation.
- Medium thermal effect that limits the drops in temperature during the night or in poor sunlight conditions.
- Excellent value for price.
PATI-TRI-SOL therefore finds its ideal application for crops that need intense natural light as key factor, even in critical seasonal periods of lower solar radiation, allowing early harvesting and high quality of both flowers and horticultural products.
PATI-TRI-SOL films are supplied with anti-drip additives (AG) as standard; the additive migrating from the inside of the film reduces the surface tension of condensed water vapour, thus avoiding fogging and droplets. The effectiveness and the lasting of this action are influenced by the film slope, by the environment humidity and by the temperature, so the expected performance can be limited in relation to the greenhouse construction, or to the way of running it, and by the climatic conditions.
Upon customer’s request, P.A.T.I. provides a cutting service of the rolls at specified lengths.
P.A.T.I.’s products, although they help growing conditions, cannot be deemed responsible for the crop results, that are strongly influenced by climatic, pedologic, phytopatologic and environmental conditions in general, as well as by the cultivation practices. P.A.T.I. reserves the right to modify the characteristics of its products without prior notice: the information herein reported are not binding and are subject to changes.