Nfpa 701 Curtains

Are You NFPA 701 Certified?

A growing trend in North America right now has everyone interested in treating their fabrics to make sure they are fire resistant.

Basically, the term the industry uses for passing the fire safety test is the NFPA 701 — an important fire safety standard established by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in the United States.

While the average consumer might not give it a second thought, treating your fabrics is the law in public spaces like hotels, theaters, event venues, and schools, where large gatherings of people occur.

Looking For NFPA 701 Curtains Fabrics?

In today’s world, where safety and compliance are essential, Equus stays up-to-date with the latest standards and regulations.

If you are looking for NFPA 701 treated curtains we have you covered. Here at Equus Fabrics we are leaders for companies that use textiles in their operations, adhering to fire safety standards like NFPA 701 is of utmost importance.

Equus Fabrics major focus is not only providing the right price and quality, but to insure you that you have chosen the right fabrics so you can sleep at night.

All of our Fire Resistance Fabrics meet all the requirements and comes with a certificate verifying its authenticity.  While some manufactures might claim their fabrics pass the NFPA 701 you always want to double check or else you can end up in some difficulty.

Who Should Use NFPA 701 Fabrics?

It is important for manufacturers, suppliers, and users of these materials to work with certified testing laboratories and ensure that products meet the NFPA 701 standards.

Certification provides assurance that the materials have been rigorously tested and are safe for use.

  • Hotels,
  • Churches,
  • Auditoriums,
  • Theatres,
  • Condos,
  • Health Care,
  • Nursing Homes and Hospitals,
  • Restaurants,
  • Retail,
  • Event Planning,
  • Building Inspectors.

Fire-Rated Fabrics Shipped Directly to You

Our online catalog features a wide selection of fire-rated textiles, meticulously tested and certified to meet NFPA 701 standards.

You can now browse through our diverse range, from elegant drapes to stage-ready fabrics, with the assurance that each product has passed stringent flame propagation tests, ensuring your safety in any setting.

NFPA 701  Curtains

From draperies and curtains in hotels to stage decorations and event venues, NFPA 701 fabrics play a pivotal role in safeguarding lives and property.

NFPA 701 Upholstery

Upholstery fabrics that comply with NFPA 701 standards are fire-resistant, making them a smart choice for public spaces, including hotels, theaters, and commercial venues.

In the event of a fire, these fabrics resist ignition, slow down flame propagation, and minimize the release of smoke and toxic fumes.

NFPA 701 Sheer

Equus also a variety of NFPA 701 Sheer fabrics that are a specialized category of textiles designed for use in spaces where a balance between aesthetics and fire safety is crucial. These sheer materials, while lightweight and often see-through, adhere to the same rigorous fire safety standards set by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

NFPA 701 Lining & Blackout

Equus offers NFPA 701 Lining & Blackout fabrics designed to meet stringent fire safety standards while providing functionality for light control and privacy in various environments. Why choose blackout for lining? This material is often used for blocking out light for theaters, hospitals and theaters.

Nfpa 701 Fabric Cost?

While most treated fabrics tend to cost more due to adding one my layer of protection to your fabrics, Equus offers the most bang for your buck.

Typically, fire retardant fabric can range anywhere between $2 to $20 a yard added on to the fabric cost.

Offering the most innovative styles all the way down to a more traditional look — providing quality and able to service all commercial, industrial and residential homes.

Equus Fabrics offers free online access to check out all of our  NFPA 701 products in store.

2 Responses

  1. I am making custom shades for a function room at a golf club in MA.
    What do I need to look for that designates code compliance with frame retardant fabric. I am looking for a print rather than a solid fabric.

    1. Hello JoLynn. It depends on what country you are living in. However, we do have what you should be looking for. An email will be sent to you shortly.

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