“The devil is in the details” is a cliché, but it's true with the standards commonly used to assess the flammability of scenery: NFPA 701, Standard Methods of Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films, and NFPA 705, Recommended Practice for a Field Flame Test for Textiles and Films. The two tests are sometimes used on the same piece of scenery, but they can give different results with inherently flame-retardant fabrics. Figuring out how the standards can be changed for more ...
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