Clam Corporation 9294 3-Pack Screen Hub Wind Panels/Canopies

July 17, 2017 - Comment

Clam Corporations Screen Hub Wind Panels are the perfect accessory to your 1660 Mag Screen House. This 3 pack of panels adds wind, rain and sun protection to your screen house. The panels are made of 150d Poly-oxford and are fire retardant compliant in the USA and Canada, each panel is 6′ X 6′. Product

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Clam Corporations Screen Hub Wind Panels are the perfect accessory to your 1660 Mag Screen House. This 3 pack of panels adds wind, rain and sun protection to your screen house. The panels are made of 150d Poly-oxford and are fire retardant compliant in the USA and Canada, each panel is 6′ X 6′.

Product Features

  • Fits the Quick-Set Traveler model 9870 and the Quick-Set Escape model 9281
  • Adds wind, rain and sun protection to your 1660 Mag Screen House
  • Includes 3 panels, Each panel is 6′ X 6′
  • Made of 150d Poly-oxford
  • SOR-90-245 fire retardant compliant in both Canada and USA

Comments

Danny says:

Adds privacy and a great wind block. Very easy to install. These work really well and are very easy to install. You get three panels in one pack and for now that is all I think we will need. These will work on any of the five side walls of the Clam shelter to provide a barrier against the wind and for privacy. They won’t work on the entrance area of the shelter so make note of that. If you want to cover all five walls however, it looks like you’d have to buy two packs of these and end up having one panel as a spare. The panels fit the wall areas…

UncleRed says:

For the most part we love the wind panels For the most part we love the wind panels………… 

L. Bullock says:

… bought the first 3 pack to see if I liked them. I did I had initially bought the first 3 pack to see if I liked them. I did, so I ordered 3 more. Why order 3 more if it’s a six sided unit with one side being the door that you can’t really use these on? Simple: I wanted the option for complete privacy if needed. I’m actually going to experiment with covering the door with one. I think it may work by hooking them on the plastic grommets up above, (unless I’m completely mistaken or not visualizing correctly) and then just pushing it out of the way on…

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