ARTISAN

Dim-out Fabrics

Why Choose Artisan Dim-out Blind Fabric from Kaydee?

Kaydee’s range of dim-out blind fabrics sets the standard for economy and efficiency for blind fabrics for both roller blinds and vertical blinds throughout the solar shading market.

The fabrics are versatile and can
be used for both roller and vertical blinds. The colour range is carefully selected and kept up to date with colours that will always complement the most recent trends in interior design. Additionally, according to the colours chosen, more or less light is transmitted making dim-out fabrics from Kaydee the ideal choice to match the function of the room. You can
use white and light colours to give a diffused and soft light environment
for a light and airy space, or black and dark colours to achieve maximum light dim-out for areas using electronic projection systems.

THE ARTISAN DIM-OUT RANGE

All the colours are colourfast and conform to BS 5867 – 1 : 2004 for light fastness to Grade 6 minimum when tested in accordance with ISO 105 – BO2 : 1999. You can expect your dark colours to stay rich and intense and your light colours to stay clear and bright.

Quite naturally, as it is widely used in many different areas, it is FR rated and complies with EN 13773 : 2003 Class1 ; BS 5867 – 2Type B : 2008.

Above all Artisan Fabric is extremely durable and can be simply wiped clean as required with a damp sponge.

Artisan fabric has been conceived to fit in with today’s busy work environment and constructed to offer a long
and effective life. For durability and effectiveness you need look no further than ‘Artisan’ fabrics by Kaydee.

 

 

 

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Kaydee has a policy of continuous improvement and reserves the right to update any specification without notice.

Colour Options

Artisan Specifications

Blind Type: Roller

Function: Dim-out

Composition: 100% Polyester

Cleaning: Wipe with damp sponge; Do not wash;

Do not tumble dry; Do not dry clean; Do not iron

Weight: 280g/m2 approx.

Fire Retardance: EN 13773: 2003 Class 1; BS5867 – 2, Type B: 2008 for fire retardancy when tested in accordance with BS5438: 1989