ASP - Spi is a fabric characterized by very high tear resistance, especially if compared to its lightness.
This property (ripstop) is produced by a very thin and resistant polyester yarn and by an extremely tight weave, which also gives the fabric a much higher capacity to retain air than that of the similar HRS - Satenix fabric.
In scenography it is used for flags, sails, banners, curtains and other applications that require a light, resistant fabric with the characteristics of reaction to light that distinguish it, having a translucent appearance and being a good diffuser.
It is woven with a grid of reinforcing threads (width 160 cm and 310 cm) which gives it a peculiar gridded look, or without the grid (width 280 cm).
IFR - inherently flame retardant
Also available not flame retardant (160 cm width only)
EN 13501-1 class B s1 d0
UNI 9177 class 1
NFP 92-503 class M1
Oeko-Tex Standard 100
160 cm (with grid only)
280 cm (white only without grid)
310 cm (white only with grid)
Ī 100 m
see colour chart
Resistance to tearing
black colour excluded
excellent photodiffusive properties
by the metre
in full rolls
in tailor made creations