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What is a Right Angle Triangle Shade Sail ?

What is a Right Angle Triangle Shade Sail ?

What is a Right Angle Triangle?

A right triangle or right-angled triangle is a triangle in which one angle is a right angle, which is a 90-degree angle. The side opposite the right angle is called a hypotenuse

Right Angle triangle shade sails are great for attaching to an inside corner of a house or building and poles may not be needed for installing the shade sail. 

We have many sizes of this style of shade sails with the smallest being 2 m x 3 m x 3.6 m to the largest 8 m x 9 m x 12.0 4m.

Check out our installation guide to get the right shade sail for your area.

The Outdoor Shop Australia

Shade sail Installation Guide


Comments: 3

Guest |

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Post size ?
Can I use 75mm x 75mm posts for a 4.5 x 4.5 sail ?
alan01 |

RE: What is a Right Angle Triangle Shade Sail ?
This post provides valuable information about the right-angled triangle shade sails during the installation of shades. We should make one angle of pole with right angle at 90 degree angle and this right angle technique is most useful in the attachment of insides poles. Thanks for sharing this informative post. http://shadeliving.com.au/shade-sails
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