MDT Australia



Key Features:

  • Canopy Sizes: 3 x 3 m

  • Shade Area: 9 sqm

  • Wind Resistance: 40 km/h

  • Mast Diameter: 140 x 100 mm

  • Opening Mechanism:
    hand crank - winding system

  • Anchorage Options:
    in-ground or metal frame base

  • Canopy: acrylic 300 g/sqm

  • Accessories: protection sleeve,
    integrated LED & heater

  • From $5,000

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Type SAH - The Side Arm Hero

Our Type SAH is a cantilever umbrella and is made for the use in both hospitality and residential areas. It is a perfect fit for open spaces with pathways or to optimize seating arrangements, offering unrestricted space underneath the area of cover.

Thanks to the telescopic pole, the mechanics are very convenient and allow the consumer to open and close the umbrella above table height so your guests can enjoy your hospitality while being seated.

This umbrella is ideal for customers, who require an aesthetic and functional touch including wind stability. It is designed to withstand wind speeds of up to 40 km/h. All of our used materials are high-quality and made to last, hence the umbrella is collapsible, ready to build down and ready to store for any weather conditions.

The maintenance is low and in the case of unexpected circumstances, parts can be replaced instead of having to buy a whole new product. Being completely recyclable, MDT-tex products reduce their impact on the environment and also on your investments.

This umbrella can reflect and uplift your locations standards in a safe and easy way of use. A great way to create a warming ambience are the special integrated LED lights and heater accessories.

The SAH, or as we like to call it “The Side Arm Hero” enables the maximum space for residential or hospitality areas in a high quality and design standard.

Any customized prints are available

Find out how Type SAH compares to the rest of our standard range. For any questions, get in touch with us.
We are happy to help and make sure it is the right fit.

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