EVA - Aurora is plain-woven voile made of a thin but very resistant polyester yarn, which gives it an extremely robust structure allowing the creation of backdrops that can be tightly stretched along their perimeter.
Its weft is loose but almost imperceptible, the yarn count is such, that the impression one gets when looking at a stretched backdrop from a distance of 2 / 3 m is that of a transparent film.
A feature that allows to create real transparent screens that can use the 420 cm width of the voile.
The colours 91. holo grey and 99. black give the maximum transparency and contrast and they are often used to make highly effective holographic screens for exhibitions and events, where they allow to view the projections while maintaining the visibility of the whole place.
It is also used to make very transparent drapes and curtains.
IFR - inherently flame retardant
EN 13501-1 class B s1 d0
UNI 9177 class 1
NFP 92-503 class M1
52 g / m²
± 60 m
300 cm : folded in half and rolled-up
420 cm : folded in 4 and rolled-up
420 cm - 97. holo grey : rolled-up
see colour chart
white / holo grey - used for videomapping black - used for laser projections