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Shadecloth Selection Guide

Glazing Group A
High Transmittance Glass
HA Glass (clear, low “E” green and blue)
60–90% visible light transmitance
Privacy Weaves Visually Transparent
0900 Series
(0–1%)
3000 Series
(1–2%)
1000 Series
(2–3%)
1800 Series
(15%)
1300 Series
(5%)
2100 Series
(10–12%)
5300 Series
(5%)
6000 Series
(3%)
North + + + + + +
South + NO NO NO NO
East + NO NO NO NO
West + NO NO NO NO
Glazing Group B
Mid-Transmittance Glass
HA Glass (solar grey, solar bronze)
35–50% visible light transmittance
Privacy Weaves Visually Transparent
0900 Series
(0–1%)
3000 Series
(1–2%)
1000 Series
(2–3%)
1800 Series
(15%)
1300 Series
(5%)
2100 Series
(10–12%)
5300 Series
(5%)
6000 Series
(3%)
North + + + + + +
South + + + NO NO +
East + + + NO NO +
West + + + NO NO +
Glazing Group C
Low Transmittance Glass
Coated Glass (green, aqua, and thin coated tinted)
22–30% visible light transmittance
Privacy Weaves Visually Transparent
0900 Series
(0–1%)
3000 Series
(1–2%)
1000 Series
(2–3%)
1800 Series
(15%)
1300 Series
(5%)
2100 Series
(10–12%)
5300 Series
(5%)
6000 Series
(3%)
North + + + + + + +
South + + + NO + + +
East + + + NO + + +
West + + + NO + + +
Glazing Group D
Very Low Transmittance Glass
Reflective Coated Glass
60–90% visible light transmittance
Privacy Weaves Visually Transparent
0900 Series
(0–1%)
3000 Series
(1–2%)
1000 Series
(2–3%)
1800 Series
(15%)
1300 Series
(5%)
2100 Series
(10–12%)
5300 Series
(5%)
6000 Series
(3%)
North + + + + + + +
South + + + + + +
East + + + + + + +
West + + + + + + +

Key

+		Exceeds shading criteria, used especially for VDT/CRT applications where extra density is needed
✓		Meets minimum shading criteria
NO		Not recommended for this application