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Screen is a classic crepe mélange fabric designed to create dividers for workplaces and areas of multi-purpose public use. Made in polypropylene, this stylish and sophisticated collection comes with an irregular weave.


Indoor and outdoor use Acoustic absorption 100% Recyclable Long durability Antibacterial Dirt resistant Non-toxic Inert Antistatic Bad odour resistant

Technical specifications


100% Polyolefine


140 cm ± 2%


408 g/ml ± 5%
291 g/m2 ± 5%


50 mts ± 10%



Abrasion resistance

EN ISO 12947-2
100.000 Martindale cycles


EN ISO 12945-2: 4-5
(scale 1-5; 5 best value)

Colour fastness to light

EN ISO 105-B02 Method 2: 6
(scale 1-8; 8 best value)

Colour fastness to rubbing

EN ISO 105-X12
Dry: 4-5 | Wet: 4-5

Tear resistance

EN ISO 13937-3
Warp: 170 N | Weft: 150 N

Acoustic absorption

EN ISO 10534-2
Acoustic absorption peak: 0,9

Electrostatic dissipative

EN 61340-5-1
Surface resistance ≤ 10 10

Charge sink

EN 1149-3-5
Semi-discharge time < 4s


UE: EN 1021 1
UK: BS 5852 0
USA: CAL TB 117 Section 1
USA: NFPA 260 Class 1
Regulation nº 118 UNECE Annex 6


Environmental certificate





Environmental certificate


Cleaning, use and maintenance recommendations

Maximum washng temperature 30ºCAny bleach allowedDo not ironDry cleaning

Polyolefin articles are suitable for outdoors, since, if they get wet, they dry without the humidity affecting them. Polyolefin fibre is produced by extrusion (mass dyeing), so that it has better solidity to light than conventional fibres made with thread dying or by piece. The recommended colours for outdoors are natural ones, beiges or greys, since in these ranges of colours, the variation of colour due to the impact of UV rays (ultraviolet) is much less visible optically. In contrast we should avoid reds, blues and greens, where according to each colour (they do not all have the same variation) and according to the intensity of the colour, there may be a variation of colour visible after 480 hours of solar exposure, the equivalence to the hours of solar exposure, according to the standard EN ISO 105-B04.

We would be delighted to attend to you if you have any doubt that may arise regarding this or other information.

Color equality

Variations can occur from one tint to another (3%).

We reserve the right to modify the technical specifications without prior notice. Any color outside the letter can be manufactured under minimal quantities.

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