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BMS - Microstretch

Stretch tulle

BMS - Microstretch01. white
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BMS - Microstretch01. white
Göteborgs Stadtsteater, ''The Danton Case'' Backdrops made of 01. white BMS - Microstretch tulle.The backdrops have been stretched on No. 4 mobile carts made ​​of aluminum.The carts will be used ...
... to create on the stage the walls with variable transparency of the interior where the action will take place.
A very light frontal illumination on the BMS - Microstretch tulle is enough to hide the two actors that stands behind it.
The illumination has been inverted and the BMS - Microstretch has become completely transparent.
The scenographical atelier of the Göteborgs Stadtsteater is painting some of the BMS - Microstretch backdrops with a damask pattern.The color difference will create two layers of light reflection.
The parts of the BMS - Microstretch that remained white reflect the red light and they are less transparent of the damasked background that was painted black.
BMS - Microstretch is a bobbinet woven, polyester made and 4-way stretch Tulle for scenography.
Short guides about tulle:
Properties of tulle for scenography
Meshes and colours
Flame reaction
IFR - inherently flame retardant
FR certification
UNI 9177 class 1
DIN 4102 class B1
Mesh
hexagonal 1,5 mm x 1,0 mm
Composition
100% polyester
Weight
90 g/m²
Width
300 cm
Length
± 50 m
Packing method
rolled-up
Available colours
see colour chart
Custom colours
N.D.

Elongation
± 25% in length
± 31% in width

Transparency
against light
Rating 4.5
Wall effect
with frontal lighting
Rating 5.0
Frontal projection
Rating 5.0
Rear-projection
Rating 4.5
Paintability
Rating 2.0 with paintings for polyester fabrics
Printability
Non disponibile

Availabilty
by the metre
in full rolls
in tailor made creations

Colour chart

BMS - Microstretch01. whiteThe outlined red line identifies the position of the selvage in comparison with the mesh.

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Göteborgs Stadtsteater, ''The Danton Case''

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