EB Charlotte Dewberry 620 Contract Flame Retardant Upholstery Fabric

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EB Charlotte Dewberry 620 Contract Flame Retardant Upholstery Fabric

This is one of our flame retardant upholstery fabrics that is perfectly suited for the contract enviroment. It complies to BS5852 0 & 1 and also Crib 5. It also has the added benefit of being waterproof so it can be wiped and washed easily in contract and domestic enviroments. It is the perfect textured fabric for a luxury look in your rooms.

This fabric can be used in accorance with the strict British Standards for upholstery fabric and is suited for chair and seat coverings in a contract enviroment. It can also be used in a domestic enviroment if you wish to have a high quality upholstery fabric that has been designed for high levels of work. This has achieved a 100,000 rub count on the Martindale test.

Specifications

Fabric Width = 137cm

Weight = 350GMS

The fabric is available in a wide range of colours and prints that are just gorgeous.

Where it can be Used

We have supplied this fabric for use in the following enviroments

  • Pubs
  • Restaurants
  • Care Homes
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Many More

Flame Retardant Certifications

Source 0: smoldering cigarette
A cigarette is put along the crevice of the test rig and allowed to burn over its entire length. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.BS5852 - Part 1 - Simulated Match - Passed
 
Source 1: simulated match
A burner is lit, held along the crevice of the test rig for 20 seconds and then removed. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.
 
Source 5: wooden crib 5
A crib is composed of wooden planks, glued together. Lint is attached to the bottom. After adding propane-diol the crib is placed on the test rig and ignited with a match. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.
 
IMO A652
This resolution describes a method for assessment of ignitability of material combinations in upholstered furniture. Ignition sources applied are a smouldering cigarette and a small flame. The test is performed on a test rig. During testing with smouldering cigarette, the cigarette is allowed to smoulder completely. Development of fire in the test object is observed. Two parallel tests with smouldering cigarette are performed.A small flame (match-flame equivalent) is used as a flaming ignition source. The test object is exposed to the flame for 20 seconds, and fire development after removal of the flame is observed. Two parallel tests with small flame as ignition source are performed.

EB Charlotte Dewberry 620 Contract Flame Retardant Upholstery Fabric

This is one of our flame retardant upholstery fabrics that is perfectly suited for the contract enviroment. It complies to BS5852 0 & 1 and also Crib 5. It also has the added benefit of being waterproof so it can be wiped and washed easily in contract and domestic enviroments. It is the perfect textured fabric for a luxury look in your rooms.

This fabric can be used in accorance with the strict British Standards for upholstery fabric and is suited for chair and seat coverings in a contract enviroment. It can also be used in a domestic enviroment if you wish to have a high quality upholstery fabric that has been designed for high levels of work. This has achieved a 100,000 rub count on the Martindale test.

Specifications

Fabric Width = 137cm

Weight = 350GMS

The fabric is available in a wide range of colours and prints that are just gorgeous.

Where it can be Used

We have supplied this fabric for use in the following enviroments

  • Pubs
  • Restaurants
  • Care Homes
  • Hotels
  • Schools
  • Many More

Flame Retardant Certifications

Source 0: smoldering cigarette
A cigarette is put along the crevice of the test rig and allowed to burn over its entire length. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.BS5852 - Part 1 - Simulated Match - Passed
 
Source 1: simulated match
A burner is lit, held along the crevice of the test rig for 20 seconds and then removed. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.
 
Source 5: wooden crib 5
A crib is composed of wooden planks, glued together. Lint is attached to the bottom. After adding propane-diol the crib is placed on the test rig and ignited with a match. If no flaming or progressive smoldering is observed on both cover and interior material, the test is recorded as no ignition and the material passes the test.
 
IMO A652
This resolution describes a method for assessment of ignitability of material combinations in upholstered furniture. Ignition sources applied are a smouldering cigarette and a small flame. The test is performed on a test rig. During testing with smouldering cigarette, the cigarette is allowed to smoulder completely. Development of fire in the test object is observed. Two parallel tests with smouldering cigarette are performed.A small flame (match-flame equivalent) is used as a flaming ignition source. The test object is exposed to the flame for 20 seconds, and fire development after removal of the flame is observed. Two parallel tests with small flame as ignition source are performed.

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Spec

Washing InformationN/A
QTY UnitsN/A
Tier Price UnitN/A
Flame RetardantYes
ColourBrown, Red
Fabric StylePatterns, Stripes
Fabric Width (cm)137cm
Pattern Repeat Vertical (cm)Contact for Details
CompositionSee Description
Product attachment

Tools Required to Check Measure for Curtains

Piece of paper

For recording your
measurements.




Helper

Someone to assist if your
windows are large .




Tape measure

As this will allow you to get a
rigid full length measurement.



Measure the exact width of the recess in three places; at the top of the recess, in the centre of the recess and near the bottom - then take the smallest size.

Measure the exact drop of the recess in three places on the left hand side of the recess, in the centre of the recess and on the right hand side of the recess - then take thesmallest size.

We will take one cm (half an inch) off the finished width size you have given us, to allow for the blind to pull up and down easily. The amount of fabric required will be more than this finished size, This is to allow for fabric hemming.

Measure the width of the actual recess plus an additional amount – Usually from 7cm-15cm (3" - 6") whatever you think looks appropriate.

Measure the exact drop of the recess. The blind would be fitted above the recess, so check the space above and add an amount on to the drop – usually from 15-20cm (6" - 8")

These sizes you have taken will be the size of the finished blind. The amount of fabric required will be more than this finished size this is to allow for hemming.

 


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