Event Screen+

Event Screen+ is a versatile, cross-functional crepe upholstery fabric made from 100% polyester. It is ideal for screen and panel applications as well as for furniture upholstery.  

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Event Screen+ SPECIFICATIONS

Design no. 8599
Application
  • cross functional contract
Composition 100% polyester
Weight g/lm
oz/lin.yd
390
12.58
Width cm
inches
170
67
Abrasion rubs martindale (EN ISO 12947-2) 80,000
double rubs wyzenbeek (ASTM D4157-07) (heavy duty upholstery) 100,000
Pilling scale 1-5, max. 5 - EN ISO 12945-2 5
Light fastness scale 1-8, max. 8 - EN ISO 105-B02 5-7
Rubbing fastness scale 1-5, max. 5 - EN ISO 105x12 (wet/dry) 4-5/4-5
Maintenance wash or dry cleaning P(W)

Event Screen+ is made of polyester which is a material suited for environments with special requirements for cleaning. 

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60°C shrinkage max 2,5%.

US ACT
ASTM D3511 Pilling pass
ASTM D4157-07 Wyz abrasion (heavy duty) 100k pass
ASTM E 84 Class I pass
CA TB 117-2013 pass
AATCC 8 or 116 Wet/dry crocking pass
AATCC 16 Light fastness pass
Acoustic test air flow resistance
Acoustic test sound absorption
Flammability
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Breaking Force
Colour fastness to light
Colour fastness to perspiration
Colour fastness to rubbing
Colour fastness to water spotting
Rubbing with organic solvents
Seam slippage
Wash stability
Environment STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®
EU Ecolabel
Design Inger Mosholt Nielsen
Colours Inger Mosholt Nielsen

COLOUR SCALE



Event Screen+ is available in 26 colours. Click on a colour for a larger view.


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CHARACTERISTICS



  • Crisp, cross-functional crepe
  • Attractive pebbly surface
  • For screens, panels and furniture
  • Fresh colour palette
  • Combine with Mica
  • Non-directional pattern
  • Easy to use for upholstery
  • Good stretch and drapability
  • Extra width – 170 cm
  • No heavy metals
  • EU Ecolabel
  • STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX® 
  • Meet Möbelfakta requirements
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