54" Opera Velour 26 oz. IFR
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AFFORDABLE, PLUSHY, OPAQUE AND ELEGANT
An economical alternative to similar synthetic velours. Durable and heavy-weight, woven with a long and dense plush pile from 100% polyester yarns. This resilient fabric absorbs light and sound, so it can be used for room dividing curtains, theater traveler curtains, stage masking curtains, and acoustical decorative drapery. Velour Opera is 100% opaque and it has a matte appearance. Available in 16 vibrant colors. Add elegance to your venue with this modestly priced inherently flame retardant velour.
Opera Velour meets the minimum requirements of flame resistance established by these tests:
NFPA 701–2004 TM #1
City of New York Board of Standards & Appeals. Calendar #294-40 S.R.
State of California - Administrative Code Title 19 (Interior Chemicals)
Canadian Government Specifications Board (Vertical Test)
CAN ULC S-109 1987 & CAN 2-4.2 M77 Method 27.1
State of California – F-08101
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.
SOUND ABSORPTION AND NOISE REDUCTION INFORMATION
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100% POLYESTER OPERA velour fabric categories
Specifications for 54" Opera Velour 26 oz. IFR
|Weight per linear yard||25oz (709g) - 26oz (737g)|
|Weight per square yard||17.33oz (491g)|
|Fabric color||Ink Blue - Red - Sapphire - Peacock - Black - Gold - Light Grey - Brown - Bordeaux - Bankers Grey - Meteore - Cedar - Poppy - Emerald - Indigo Blue - Indiana Blue|
|Availability||Full roll & cut yardage|
|Fabric width||54" (4'6" - 137 cm)|
|Fiber content||100% polyester|
|Yards per Roll / Bale||50 yards (+/-)|
|FR class||IFR - Inherently Flame Retardant|
|FR test||NFPA 701 – Test Method#1 - CAN ULC S-109 1987 - CAN 2-4.2 M77 Method 27.1 - City of New York Board of Standards and Appeals - Calendar #294-40 S.R.|