BZT - Tramanet 34

Polyester netting 300 cm

BZT - Tramanet 34 01. white99. black
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BZT - Tramanet 34 01. white
BZT - Tramanet 34 01. white
BZT - Tramanet 34 99. black
BZT - Tramanet 34 99. black
Teatro Goldoni, ''The Misadventures of Harlequin'' Black BZT - Tramanet 34 tulle used as a support to fix tree silhouettes made of natural ASC - Sceno muslin.
The ASC - Sceno muslin was suitably scenographed with the relief of the bark and painted.
The trees made of black BZT - Tramanet 34 tulle and ASC - Sceno muslin on the stage of the oldest Venetian theater still in existence.
BZT - Tramanet 34 is a textile net that imitates the tulle.
The polyester yarn and the huck lace weave make it robust and rather resistant to deformation, but it is also equipped with a decent softness.
It is resistant to fraying (however less resistant than BZQ - Tramanet 15), which allows it to be used with unfinished edges.
It is definitely cheaper than real tulle, but its replacement use is limited by the width of 300 cm, as well as by its coarser structure.
It is often used as a technical fabric that acts as a semi-transparent support for other materials, for instance for inserts made of painted ASC - Sceno muslin.
The BZQ - Tramanet 15 is a smaller mesh variant.
Flame reaction
FR - flame retardant
FR certification
UNI 9177 class 1
NFP 92-503 class M1
rectangular 4 x 3 mm
100% polyester
60 g / m²
300 cm
± 50 m
Packing method
folded in half and rolled-up
Available colours
see colour chart
Custom colours
not available

against light
Rating 5.0
Wall effect
whith frontal lighting
Rating 3.0 used for videomapping with more projection layers
Frontal projection
Rating 4.0 white
Rating 1.5 black
Rear projection
Rating 4.0 white
Rating 1.5 black
Rating 2.0 with paintings for polyester fabrics
Rating 2.0 with inks for polyester fabrics

by the metre
in full rolls
in tailor made creations

Colour chart

BZT - Tramanet 3401. white99. blackThe outlined red line identifies the position of the selvage in comparison with the mesh.

This material was used for...

Teatro Goldoni, ''The Misadventures of Harlequin''

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