Sew What? Recommendations:
|NFR / FR / IFR
|Most frequently used for a "bleed through" effect on stage by adjusting the front and rear lighting accordingly.
|Scrim, Leno Filled
|FR / IFR
|Used for theatre cycloramas. Wide width allows for seamless drops of up to 38′ high.
|A variety of open and loose weaves offer different light transmission for lighting designers. Also commonly used in conjunction with projection screens to reduce glare and increase contrast.
|*IFR: Inherently Flame Retardant for the life of the fabric
*FR: Flame Retardant by a topical treatment process
*DFR: Durably Flame Retardant for the life of the fabric
*NFR: Not Flame Retardant and unable to be made flame retardant
*CBFR: Can Be Flame Retardant, by way of topical treatment at an additional cost per yard
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