Ripplefold is the trademark name for roll-pleat drapery fabrication. Ripplefold style drapery results in a clean, elegant appearance from both sides. A good choice for public spaces or other areas where complete blackout is not required.
- Light Filtering
- Room Darkening
- Drapery panels attach via a snap tape to the track, creating smooth, evenly spaced curves in the fabric
- Drapery is sewn as hemmed flat panels allowing for easy care and cleaning
- Four lining options including 2-pass and 3-pass blackout
- Drapery available in center-open, off-center open, one-way draw, or stationary
- Motorization available
- All specified fabrics must meet NFPA 701 fire rating requirements
- Hunter Douglas Hospitality uses COM except for specified brand standards
- Manufactured to Kirsch fabrication specification chart using 4.25″ snap tape spacing
- Drapery is sewn as hemmed flat panels
- Fullness – determined by the spacing of the carriers, 200% standard, 160%, 180%, or 220% upon request.
- Selvage edges are removed or clipped before fabrication as necessary
- Multiple widths joined using overlocked serged seams and safety stitch
- Bottom hem: 4.0” double-folded
- Side hems: 1.5” double-turned folds
- 0.25 oz. corner square lead weights
- Blind stitched using thread to complement fabric color
- Standard hem allowance is double-turn at top and double turn at bottom, approximately 12.0″
- Drapery hangs under the tracking leaving track visible and a slight light gap between track and panels
- 2-pass blackout — white/gray, ecru/gray
- 3-pass blackout — white/white, white/ecru, ivory/white, ivory/ecru
- Cotton polyester — white/ecru
- Interlining (flannel) — white
- Lining is recommended for all drapery (however, unlined drapery is available upon request)
- Blackout lining is dry clean only and cannot be laundered.
- Snap tape (sewn into the top hem of the panel) attaches the drapery to the carrier
- Snaps composed of nickel-plated brass to resist corrosion and rust
- Cord Draw — can be specified with tension pulley to hold down cord for safety issues
- Hand Draw — no baton or cord is used and drapery is drawn by hand making this application excellent for healthcare facilities
- Baton and ADA Baton — available in 36″, 48″, and 60″ lengths
- Motorized Mechanisms and Carriers — supplied per client specification
- Drapery tracks — supplied per client specification and composed of extruded aluminum finished with PPC in white color (standard)
All work is performed to meet the following requirements:
- Drapery fabricated to size specifications within 0.5″ lengths and 1.0″ widths
- Fabrics pattern-matched according to commercial standards
- Multiple-width drapery is overlock stitched with half-widths placed on the return side of the drapery
- Side hems are blind stitched
- Drapery linings are joined by overlocking and finished with 2.5″ hem
- Linings are placed 0.75″ above the bottom of a drapery
- Order as rod length x finished length.
Ripplefold® is a registered trademark of Kirsch
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