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Flame Retardant

We're happy to guide your choices of fabrics and Flame Retardant (FR) chemicals to promote the safety of you and your audience. However, your local fire marshal or building inspector is the final authority for approval of these products. Treat and pre-test samples of all your substrates and have them approved by your local official PRIOR to installation. Save your FR chemical container (or at least the label) to show your Fire Marshal if requested. Rose Brand cannot be held responsible for decisions made by local authorities. However, we warrant that we have not misrepresented the manufacturers’ claims about the fabrics and chemicals that we sell.

Satisfactory fire resistance depends on proper identification of the substrate and proper application of the chemical according to the manufacturers’ directions. Rose Brand’s staff will be glad to assist you with approval procedures, product selection, and documentation requirements.

Click on these helpful links for more information:
How To Be Hassle-Free On Soft Goods Flame Retardancy Issues
Flame Retardant Fabrics: What's the Difference Between FR, IFR, DFR and NFR Fabrics?

How To Choose Your Flame Retardant (Part 1 - Fabrics)
How To Choose Your Flame Retardant (Part 2 - Wood and Paper Products)

Definitions: FR, IFR and NFR
How to Conduct a Safe Stage Show or Presentation
Field Test Procedures
Vertical vs Horizontal Fabric Flame Tests
NFPA 701 vs. NFPA 255 Test Standards
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