3 features of the Hema Zip screen worth knowing about
The Hema screen took the screen market by storm as a revolutionary product that protects the interior from excessive heating and exposure to light. The Zip variant offers more options. Thanks to its capabilities, it can successfully replace other types of screens. Discover the 3 essential features of the Hema Zip screen.
What makes the Zip version of the Hema screen different from the standard Hema variant is the zipper mechanism, which integrates the fabric with the guides. This solution ensures greater stability of the fabric and tightness of the entire screen. See how it affects the use of the screen.
The Hema Zip screen has appropriate fabric tension, which makes it resistant to gusts of very strong winds up to 145 km/h. As a result, the screen is perfect, among others, for upper floors, in buildings located near undeveloped areas, in areas more exposed to strong winds or in the coastal zone.
Its high resistance to strong wind also makes the Hema Zip screen perfect as side protection for terraces, roofs, and pergolas. This solution allows you to use the terrace even in difficult weather conditions. Covering the terrace with the Hema Zip screen will protect it against strong gusts of wind and make spending time outdoors more comfortable.
Protection from insects
The integration of the fabric with the side guides also allows the Hema Zip screen to serve as a mosquito net. When the screen is closed, the tight adhesion of the fabric to the guides prevents insects or dirt from getting inside.
It is worth noting that this property can be found in screens with a fabric translucency of at least 3%. In such a case, the fabric, like a mosquito net, prevents the penetration of external factors inside, while providing access to daylight and a view outside the window. Fabrics with a lower translucency factor also protect against insects, but without providing visibility and access to natural light.
The Hema Zip screen also stands out due to its design. The fabric integrated with the guides makes the screen look more balanced, and its optimal tension positively affects the aesthetics of the product. Considering that one Hema Zip screen can cover a surface of up to 18 m2, its aesthetics serve as an important element influencing the appearance of the building’s entire façade.
The rich functionality of the Hema Zip screen gives it a wide range of uses. Appropriate tension and tightness of the fabric not only affect its visual aspects, but also increase the screen’s possible number of applications.