Flame retardant papers are absolutely necessary for many application situations and are simply required by law. But let’s be honestly: Necessary things are not always aesthetic things.
So we are all pleased that we can now offer you a kind of Japanese paper that really convinces both haptically and visually wonderful qualities. It is about a 80 g/sqm heavy white paper with considerable tear resistance. It can thus also be used in interior design, for example for Japanese sliding walls, room dividers or the like.
The risk posed by flammable lampshade paper is also completely underestimated – this is precisely what the Japanese paper is predestined for.
The Japanese paper is currently available from stock in rolls of 25 linear metres in the following widths:
106.7 cm – Easily available here via our concept shop.
152.4 cm – Easily available here via our concept shop.
Please contact us for this or for alternative dimensions:
As with all roll papers, we are happy to take cutting work from roll to format for you.
Just tell us your desired format.
Apropos M1: It is a widespread misconception that the French standard M1 would be worse than the German standard DIN 4102 B1 (usually referred to briefly as DIN B1) or that it would not even be permissible in Germany.
You can find out more about fire protection standards here.