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The regulations for flame retardancy on superyachts are sometimes difficult to follow. Why not contact us and we can discuss what you are legally required to do to keep your guests, crew and vessel safe?
Superyacht designers pride themselves on sourcing the most unique fabrics and textiles available. These items can be very delicate and often a challenge to treat. Don’t worry as Flame Screen has many years of experience in this field and our licensed applicators will take the utmost care of your superyacht.
We understand that sometimes you will be working to very tight deadlines so we will do our utmost to ensure that your paperwork arrives swiftly. If you are at all worried, then do contact us and we can provide a solution.
The treatment should be applied every 18 months as a minimum. However, we do suggest that applications be completed annually as general cleaning of the treated textiles will affect the flame retardant product applied.