Identify My Centrepost

Identify my CentrePost Shade

This section covers CentrePost Shade Umbrellas umbrellas
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There are five things other than shape that can help you identify your centrepost umbrella.

Even some of our simplest Shade Umbrellas come in many different shapes and sizes.

In Shapes, there are SquareOctagonal and Rectangular

They can measure up to 5-metres like our Shademakers.

Measurements are taken like this (A).

  1. What material Wood, Aluminium or Graphite
    • We list the wooden Umbrellas first
    • The aluminium umbrellas are listed second
    • Graphite is listed last
  2. What is the size of the canopy? (measured as shown below)
  3. What is the size of the shaft?
  4. The method for raising the canopy
    • Does it have an external cord?
    • Does it have a winder with an internal cord?
  5. Does it have a tilt mechanism?
Measurements are taken like this (A).

Hardwood Constructed Umbrellas

UWDS Sold as Como, Amalfi, Romero, and Bali
UWDD Sold as Seville in the 400 cm octagonal version
UWDD Also sold as the San Martin, Palermo and Fiori in the 330cm Version
W300R Sold as Padua in a 300cm Octagonal version
Y2828 Sold as Samarkand in a 280cm Square

Aluminium and Powdercoated Metal Umbrellas

UC38 Sold as Colar Tilt Harbord, Brook and Maya in the 250cm Hexagonal and the 220cm Square and the Harbord 200 x 300cm rectangular
UM920 Sold as a collar tilt Rio and Blake in a 270cm
UD38 sold as Coolum and Emerald in a 330cm Octagonal and a 220cm Square
UM80 Sold as Fairlight, Fairview, Ballina, Avoca, and Hazel in a 270cm and 330cm Octagonal Also sold in an Oval 320 x 250cm (no parts available for this size)
ET2RT Sold as the Vigo Elite in 400 x 300cm Rectangle and the Vigo Grande in the 330cm Square
LT25S Sold as Sorrento in the 250cm Square
UA38 Sold as Lumina and Aura 270cm Octagonal and 320 x 210cm Rectangular

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