Watch Trivantage® Regional Sales Manager Brian Holian demonstrate the use of Eradi-Lite, an awning fabric made from lightweight vinyl-laminated polyester. This product allows you to save time and money on outsourcing graphics. As seen in the video, your employee can quickly create in-house graphics using a simple eradicating process that allows you to remove color from the topcoat.

Eradi-Lite is used in commercial applications where awnings are backlit (illuminated from behind the fabric), allowing the awning and its graphics/logos to be visible at night. This fabric is also great for canopies, signage, and other awning applications.

For more information on Eradi-Lite, please visit trivantage.com or contact your Trivantage customer service representative.

Trivantage® now offers Serge Ferrari Soltis Proof Vivo, a waterproof digitally printable awning fabric with a natural fiber woven appearance. Its lightweight material is built for longevity and has excellent tensile and tear strength. Utilizing a printable matt varnish, the fabric is compatible with UV, latex, eco-solvent, and solvent-based inks.

Available in 14 colors, Serge Ferrari Soltis Proof Vivo is ideal for commercial and retail awnings, canopies, pergolas, umbrellas, and small tent structures. The UV- and mold-resistant fabric is phthalate-free, GREENGUARD Gold-certified for air quality, and fire-retardant.

For more information, please visit trivantage.com or contact your Trivantage customer service representative.

Trivantage® is constantly working to improve its technology to save time through easy product visualization, instant project estimation, and seamless ordering. Its Awning Composer® software allows users to create 3-D awning models on a home or building before installation. Simply choose a photo, select an awning style, set the dimensions, and choose the awning fabric and valance style. Graphics and text can also be applied to specific awning sections for a detailed view.

Because awnings are constructed to shield areas from the sun, Awning Composer lets users see how shadows will fall once the awning is in place. Users can input the city and state, along with the direction the building is facing, to watch how the awning’s shade changes from sunrise to sunset.

Awning Composer also features an estimation tool that helps calculate the amount of materials needed, labor time, cost of production, and retail price to complete the project. Working directly with the live rendering, estimation results are immediately available as you build and customize awnings in the 3-D view.

As a Trivantage customer, you can save even more time when ordering the materials you need. The new “Bill of Materials” tab creates a list of everything you need for your project. Use the “Add to Cart” button and any selected materials will be instantly added to your Trivantage.com shopping cart.

For more information on Awning Composer, please visit trivantage.com, or contact your Trivantage customer service representative.

Sample cards are now available for Patio 500 (No. 998834) and Vanguard (No. 998822). For more information, contact your Trivantage® customer service representative and reference the corresponding sample numbers.

Watch Regional Sales Manager Brian Holian demonstrate the use of mooring poles and vents.

Mooring poles are designed to pitch boat fabrics, helping to prevent the accumulation of snow and water. There are several options, including the snap tip, open tip, and swedge tip. Trivantage® also offers an open tip for use with a Boat Vent II, Boat Vent III, or Vent-Sol-Air. Easily adjust the pole’s length anywhere between 48 and 96 inches then lock it in place using a Cam Lock or thumbscrew.

There are two nonslip bases and many venting options to allow airflow under the cover and to prevent buildup of mold and mildew. Top-selling vents include the Boat Vent II, the Boat Vent AERO, and the solar-powered Vent-Sol-Air.

For more information on mooring poles and vents, please visit trivantage.com, or contact your Trivantage customer service representative.

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