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SEFAR® TENARA® Fabric Meets California Title 19

Products | January 1, 2017 | By:

SEFAR® Architecture’s TENARA® Fabric is now a registered flame-resistant product under California Title 19, established by the California State Fire Marshal. As a Title 19 registered product, TENARA Fabric expands the applications for large-scale exterior fixed and retractable canopy and tensile fabric applications. The increasing importance of fire prevention in public spaces has caused the flame retardant and flame resistant properties of fabric products to become a critical consideration in the decision-making process of both fabric manufacturing and design. TENARA Fabric provides a nonflammable solution for spaces that require an awning, fabric enclosure, curtain or other decorative component. Under Title 19, TENARA Fabric meets the requirements of flame resistance identified in Section 13115 of the California Health and Safety Code.

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