At Nanoflam we use our specialist coating compounds for many of the blinds and drapes that you will see in the top retail outlets. We are very familiar with the need to meet exact technical standards within industries, which is why our thermal curtain lining and blackout backing for curtains is manufactured from the highest quality materials. Our vast technical experience in formulating bespoke and market leading products enables us to provide compounds that meet your specific requirements. 
 Vertical blinds

Blind Stiffening Coating.

Many vertical blinds need the handle adjusting for either ease of handling during production or for the aesthetic feel, appearance and performance of the assembled blind, our products are designed to meet all the market demands. They are particularly suitable for roller and louvre blinds.
Blackout backing for curtains and blinds

Blackout and Dimout for Blinds and Drapes.

Nanoflam are experts in the production of blackout backing for curtains and blinds, both for the traditional three coat system and the double/single coat system for darker shades, depending on the fabric and performance needed. Quality and performance are key elements in our product design ensuring we are leading suppliers in this market.
Coatings for FR blinds

FR Coatings.

We have a wide range of foam and paste products specifically designed for the FR blinds coatings markets. These products have been designed with the specific end use in mind offering fire retardant properties to meet many international standards including BS5867, DIN 4102 B1 & B2, and AFNOR NFP 92-503, 92-504 (French M1) and NFPA 701.

Roof Window and Pleated Blinds.

Nanoflam products developed for the more demanding roof window and pleated blinds have been specifically designed to withstand the extremes of temperature required of this market. Our technical expertise and vast experience means that we can develop bespoke products to meet all needs. 

Pleated blind coatings

Ammonia Free Coatings.

In current formulations ammonium stearate plays a vital role in producing the quality of foam needed to produce high quality crushed foam blackout coatings for both blinds and drapes. The downside of using ammonium stearate is that a volatile residue of stearic acid can build up in the ventilation shafts and drip back onto fabrics giving "oil spots". This problem necessitates regular cleaning and maintenance of equipment. A newly developed crushed foam blackout product avoids these disadvantages while maintaining high levels of technical performance required by our customers. Reduction of ammonia in ventilation systems is also beneficial in a more general sense and if this is of interest then please contact one of our representatives.

In current formulations ammonium stearate plays a vital role in producing the quality of foam needed to produce high quality crushed foam blackout coatings for both blinds and drapes. The downside of using ammonium stearate is that a volatile residue of stearic acid can build up in the ventilation shafts and drip back onto fabrics giving "oil spots". This problem necessitates regular cleaning and maintenance of equipment. A newly developed crushed foam blackout product avoids these disadvantages while maintaining high levels of technical performance required by our customers. Reduction of ammonia in ventilation systems is also beneficial in a more general sense and if this is of interest then please contact one of our representatives.

Pigmented coats, particularly suitable for polyester fabrics, are often more eco-friendly and more cost-effective than dyeing. Our formulated products are suitable for all shades of pigmentation and can be designed to meet your specific needs. 
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 Black flame retardant material

Halogen free blinds.

The traditional halogen based flame retardant additives, although performing well in fire tests, are not always regarded in some quarters as the most appropriate chemistry. There has been a requirement for some time to offer alternative non halogen flame retardants (NHFR). There are a number of challenges to the use of NHFR chemistry in coating compounds but Nanoflam are pleased to offer both foam and paste products which are stable and which deliver the high standards of technical performance demanded by our customers. If these products are of interest please contact one of our representatives.

The traditional halogen based flame retardant additives, although performing well in fire tests, are not always regarded in some quarters as the most appropriate chemistry. There has been a requirement for some time to offer alternative non halogen flame retardants (NHFR). There are a number of challenges to the use of NHFR chemistry in coating compounds but Nanoflam are pleased to offer both foam and paste products which are stable and which deliver the high standards of technical performance demanded by our customers. If these products are of interest please contact one of our representatives.

Fire Retardant Protective Clothing

High temperature protection, including Silicone coatings that provide the required protection for fire retardant protective fabrics, capable of meeting a number of testing standards.

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