Any area that needs the presence of shade, to act as a windbreaker and temperature controller, is the one that will require the installation of a shade cloth.
It can be from a sports stadium, a playground, residential patios, swimming pools, to greenhouses or growing areas. In fact, specifically the latter are the ones that make the most of this structure due to its different qualities and benefits.
Among the most important is that the shade cloth is used for heat insulation while providing ventilation and protection for plants, fruit trees and trees; as well as cattle feeding places.
In fact, it can protect against certain types of insects, rain and hail, and also reduce water consumption and lower temperatures, all in favor of protected agriculture that reduces the risks of the harvest.
And, because of its structure, it can carry out a correct distribution of light, which benefits the physical-chemical processes of plants such as photosynthesis, which is responsible for generating energy for the growth of plants.
It is also useful in aquaculture – a technique for the cultivation and reproduction of fish, molluscs and algae in fresh or salt water – in which it helps to maintain the area at the appropriate temperature of the water for the development of the species, as if they were in their natural habitat.
Another area that uses the shade cloth is that of mining, which uses it as filters for dust, protection from solar rays, winds and extreme changes in the environment that harm activity.
Away from the primary productive sector, the shade cloth is used in parking lots or events such as awnings or tents, also as a truck cover to avoid the fall of materials or garbage in the transport, also as a mesh against debris during the construction and construction of buildings, among others.
At Hyparch we adapt to the needs of our clients to give them the best solution to their needs in different types of structures.