Here's a peak of the fire retardant jobs that come through our shop and the flame resistance applications we do on a typical day.
Here's one from our "most challenging" project archive.
In 2013, No Man's Land / Waiting for Godot, starring Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellan came to the Cort Theatre from London's West End. One of our tasks was to fireproof the window panels that made up the back wall of Hirst's study in No Man's Land. (Photo Credit: Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Shuler Hensley, and Billy Crudup in No Man's Land. © Joan Marcus)
The part that made the job challenging was that each panel had a rear projection screen that couldn't get wet. The stakes were just a little higher when we only had a few extras of the 189 panels to practice with.
The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) Still Evolving
NCR recommendations are designed to improve the IRIS process to deliver timely, high-quality, and credible chemical risk assessments.
High voltage… biohazard… wet floor… radioactive materials… the effectiveness of safety signs like these relies upon consistency and bold, graphic impact to warn people against specific hazards and personal injury.
When is the last time your drapery had a flame retardant treatment?
It might seem like yesterday, but unless you're enrolled in a fire safety maintenance program, your fire resistance certificate has probably expired.
In hotels, restaurants, schools, event halls, cinemas – wherever there are curtains and the public – Turning Star has worked with the facility's manager to keep their customers and audiences safe.
Not only can Turning Star make your decorative fabrics flame resistant, we'll clean them first!