What fabric do you use for the tents?

Author: Mock Webware |

The roofs of our tents are made of flame retardant PVC 650gr/m2 (M2 classification NFP 92-503) which complies with the European, British and American fire regulations (M2, B1 and DIN 4102 standard). This material has a long lifespan and in addition to a beautiful appearance, it also has the best properties to protect the tent lodge against various (extreme) weather influences. You can choose from several different colours.

For the inner tent, there are two types of canvas to choose from: Royal Ten Cate Campshield 420 gr/m2; or Polycotton KA-46. Both types of canvas are high quality and durable materials that are breathable, water- and dirt-repellent and treated so that they are protected against moisture and mildew. Campshield is also flame retardant (M2 classification NFP 92-503). We will advise you which material type is best suited for your site; this also depends on any specific standards that may apply in your country.

The windows are made of two layers consisting of mesh fabric and transparent PVC.