Tkanine, platna in ciclorama tkanine
O MATERIALIH MUSLIN & CANVAS
BOMBAŽNI MUSLIN je enostavna, gosto tkana tkanina in vsestransko uporabna v gledališču; CANVAS je podoben, vendar debelejši in težji. Obe tkanini sta primerna materiala za scenografije.
NFR BOMBAŽNI MUSLIN in CANVAS omogoča lepo slikanje, zato so te tkanine idealne za poslikane kulise, slikovite ploskve in podobno. Prosojnost bombaža je idealna za razsvetljavo in projiciranje. Za izpolnjevanje standarda ognjeodpornosti tekstilij v javnih prostorih se lahko poslikave zavaruje pred plamenom.
FR BOMBAŽNI MUSLIN je higrofoben in idealn za ciklorame in druge aplikacije, kjer se površina uporablja za svetlobne učinke in se ne barve (barva lahko vplivajo na FR kemikalije v tkanini). Gosta vezava mu daje svetleč sij, ko se osvetli in velike širine omogočajo brezšivne površine tudi do širine 12,2 m.
IFR POLYESTER MUSLIN & CANVAS offer, in addition to inherent flame retardancy, a softer texture than cotton. These synthetics are, unlike cotton, impervious to moisture, so they perform extremely well in high-humidity climates and as drapery for outdoor applications. Durable and washable, POLY-MUSLIN and CANVAS are also very useful for trade show booths and other exhibition purposes where stringent IFR requirements apply. These materials also make excellent surfaces for scenic lighting effects, projection, and cycloramas (which can be seamless up to 6,096 meter (20 feet) high).
We’ve Been Weaving Wide Width Seamless Muslin for Over 30 Years
Until the introduction of Gerriets’ Seamless 33’0” (10m) muslin in 1985, 33’ (10m) wide muslin was woven folded on a 16’ (5m) wide loom. In order to do this, the shuttle had to travel a U-shaped path and heavier reinforcing threads were required halfway into the cloth at the point where the shuttle changed direction. This “shuttle pack”, when rear illuminated on stage, caused an annoying shadow line throughout the drop. The reinforcing threads also absorbed dye differently, creating problems for scenic designers. Gerriets engineered the first 33’ (10m) wide loom using technology developed by a Swiss firm to weave narrow width cotton. Five, 6’6” (2 m) looms were dismantled and reassembled together to form one 33’ (10m) loom. Bullet-like projectiles carry the thread from one side of the loom to the other. They track across the loom within hundreds of metal guides and are trapped at the far side, then drop into a conveyor belt which returns them to be shot across again. Because the cloth is woven flat, reinforcing threads are unnecessary and the result is a smooth, seamless expanse, 33’ (10m) wide. Translucent sky drops are truly SEAMLESS, revealing only what the scenic artist painted. A few years later, we further increased our capacity to weave wide width seamless muslin by engineering the worlds’ first 41’ (12m) loom. Today, Gerriets is a leading weaver and supplier of wide width SEAMLESS muslin to the entertainment, exhibition and TV & Film production industries.
When you need SEAMLESS, think Gerriets.