Several times per year, the Mermet company will inform you of:
- the latest innovations in sun protection fabrics
- recent projects completed
- new tools and services available
- events and exhibitions
Designed to meet the health & safety requirements of public buildings, Mermet® fabrics are tested against numerous standards.
The fabrics in the Mermet® collection are non-flammable and fully comply with the most demanding fire safety standards in the world:
The Gross Calorific Value (GCV) is also available for fabrics in the Mermet® collection.
Mermet® fabrics which have been tested are in accordance with NF F 16-101 standard.
Mermet® fabrics which have been tested meet the requirements of EN 13501-1 standard mounted according to EN 13823 and EN 14716 (from A2-s1,d0 classification for the Screen Nature fabrics of C-s3,d0 classification for the external fabrics).
Mermet® fabrics are conform to standard requirements for buildings open to the public and don’t contain any dangerous substances.
EU regulation covering the registration, assessment and authorisation of chemical substances, including the restrictions that apply to these substances (REACH).
All of the fabrics are guaranteed to be free of heavy metals (lead, tin, mercury, cadmium and chrome).
The fabrics are certified Greenguard® which certifies indoor air quality through the measurement of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
The fabrics offer resistance against the development of mould and bacteria. The ASTM E 2180 standard tests the effectiveness of antimicrobial agents incorporated within hydrophobic materials. The reduction in the bacteria population is measured after 24 hours, compared against a sample without antimicrobial agents.
Regarding the demands placed on the fabric itself, Mermet® fabrics are tested against numerous criteria from a variety of standards:
The fabrics are therefore regularly put through numerous tests:
The fabrics are subjected to mechanical endurance testing over 10,000 cycles to ensure excellent durability (Class 3).
Thermal and optical values, as defined in the European standard EN 14501 (Blinds and Shutters, Thermal and Visual Comfort, Performance Characteristics and Classification), are used to measure the performance of a fabric's solar protection properties. The standard is based on a number of criteria and establishes various comfort classifications.