54" Crescent Velour 20 oz. IFR

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Cut Yardage: $29.96
Full Bulk: $24.12
Item #0027-000350

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100 yard(s)
914.99 meter(s)
Sold in full roll increments: 100 Yard(s)
Fabric Specifications
Weight per linear yard: 20oz (567g)
Weight per square yard: 13oz (369g)
Availability: Full roll or more
Fabric width: 54" (4'6" - 137 cm)
Fiber content: 100% polyester
Yards per Roll / Bale: 100 yards (+/-)
FR class: IFR - Inherently Flame Retardant
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A fabric that is woven from innately noncombustible fibers and without the addition of chemicals is categorized as IFR.



A fabric that is woven from innately noncombustible fibers and without the addition of chemicals is categorized as IFR.

elegance, dense pile and high opacity.

Extremely durable medium weight velour with dense deep matte finish pile that offers 99% opacity. While soft at hand, Crescent velour has the same rich look of 21oz cotton velour with all the added attributes of a synthetic fabric. Velour Crescent drapes and lights beautifully, requires virtually no maintenance and it has great sound and light absorbing properties. Recommended for contour curtains, traveler curtains and luxurious masking curtains for schools, churches, theaters and touring theatrical productions. Tear resistant and wrinkle resistant.

This fabric is also lab tested and rated for its acoustical properties:

Noise Reduction Coefficient NRC: 0.95 *
Sound Absorption Average SAA: 0.96 *
*Pleated with 100% fullness, nap down.

Crescent Velour meets the minimum requirements of flame resistance established by these tests:

  • NFPA 701 – Small Scale

  • NFPA 701 – Test Method#1

  • California Title 19 

  • SC-191- 53 Class1 California

  • NFPA 260A/UFAC Class 1

  • IMO a.471 (XII) – A.563(14) for Cruise Ships

  • CAN/ULS-S109- 03 Canadian flame test for fabrics

  • State of California – F-59901

Color charts are intended as a reference only. Fabric colors can vary from their web representation due to standard dye-lot variations and computer screen settings. Cut or special order fabrics cannot be returned. You may wish to order a sample to review material texture and color before ordering.

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What is the difference between NRC,  SAA and STC?
Learn more about noise reduction coefficient, sound absorption average and sound transmission class.


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