Megaspan Shade Structures

Megaspan shade structures are designed and engineered to cover a Military-Aircraft-Shelterslarge area of a shade system where individual smaller shade structures would not be suitable. These super span shade structures are typically used for outdoor basketball courts where four or six posts are used with additional steel to support the larger spans between posts and heavier larger continuous shade netting tops.

This industrial shade structure may be used for shade for helicopters, airport hangar construction, shade to cover swimming pools and shade structures for tennis courts.

Megaspan sun shade stuctures can be seen throughout South Texas and are a great option for both residential and commercial purposes. So whether you are in Mission, McAllen, Edinburg or Brownsville, do not hesitate to call and receive a quote for a Megaspan sun shade structure: You may also contact us by using our contact form. to get your quote today or to request additional information about our great quality Megaspan sun shades , call us today at 956.270.2029, I hope to hear the phone ringing soon!

schedule a free consultation

Fabric Colors

com_white
White

com_bronze
Bronze

com_red
Red

com_slate
Slate Gray

com_cafenoir
Cafe Noir

com_claret
Claret

com_rust
Rust

com_yellow
Yellow

com_cappuccino
Cappuccino

com_midnightgreen
Midnight Green

com_sage
Sage

com_aquamarine
Aquamarine

com_navyblue
Navy Blue

com_sandstone
Sandstone

com_black
Black

com_porcelain
Porcelain

com_silver
Silver

view our products

Fabric Information

Material Specifications

RGV SunShades fabric is made from extruded and UV stabilized high density polyethylene (HDPE) monofilament and tape yarns. The fabric is constructed by knitting together the monofilament and tape yarns using a ‘raschel’ lock-stitch pattern designed to significantly reduce the spreading of tears/cuts. The entire finished textile is then heat stentered to help reduce shrinkage and creep over time.

Our sun shade fabric is mold resistant and waterproof, however the ‘mesh’ pattern creates small gaps in coverage which allows some water to pass through. Layering and sloping can successfully improve water deflection and rain shed. The advantage of having gaps in coverage is that it allows warmer air to rise through the fabric, helping to reduce the temperature below. Mass and UV Block

10.3 oz per sq. yd. (340gsm) – Commercial Grade

93.5% to 97.6% (color discrepancy) Surface Burning Classification (ASTM E84) – Class I/A Fire Retardant

Flame Spread Index (FSI) – 25 Smoke Developed Index (SDI) – 105