The roof shade is installed on a folded-plate roof (corrugated roof) to shade the roof and resist rising roof temperatures. The masa stainless steel coating on the roof shade reflects infrared rays to reduce conduction of solar heat.
A space is reserved between the roof shade and the roof to create a layer of air, which has an insulating effect on heat.
In addition, fabric strips are laid down side by side promote ventilation and release warm air between the roof shade and the roof.
- Rising room temperature can be controlled (especially in summer) to create a comfortable workplace.
- Power consumption and electricity costs can be reduced by improving air conditioning efficiency.
- Lower power consumption leads to decreased carbon dioxide emissions, which is environmentally friendly.
Masa coated stainless steel and titanium sheets absorb infrared rays and shut out sunlight to keep room temperatures in summer 2 to 3 degrees celsuis lower than in conventional greenhouses while facilitating crop growth. Stainless steel and titanium sheets are suitable for long-term development as they are highly resistant to salt water, alkalis and weather, capable of cutting off UV rays and, therefore, effectively prevent degradation of materials.
masa is functional textile coated by thickness of nanometer.
masa mesh applying metal coating with a thickness in nanometers is used as silk-screen for printing.
A masa creation, masa mesh is fashioned by applying metallic coating with a thickness in nanometers (1nm=1,000mm) to mesh materials while preserving the linearity, opening and other properties of the mesh.
masa mesh is suitable for face plate, precision, high-level and other forms of fine printing.
The application of metallic coating to the surface of the strands reduces the contact surface between the mesh and moisture. In turn, this makes pinpoint reproduction possible, and all but guarantees sharpness and a gorgeous finish.
Improved ink permeability enables sharper printing performance.