Banjo fabric is a staple in the convention industry for trade show booth drapes. It’s popular due to its low cost, extensive color selection, and most importantly, because it’s Inherently Flame Resistant (I.F.R.), meaning it’s the recognized standard in event draping public facilities and convention halls. We stock more of this fabric than anyone else in the country, meaning we can quickly produce your trade show drapes.
Banjo is a dobby-weave fabric made from medium-sheen (shinny) polyester yarn with a selvage on both sides of the material. Standard Banjo drape panels are sewn with 4” pockets, both top, and bottom as standard. Banjo fabric and drape panels are dye lot sensitive, ask for a color swatch prior to ordering if you are trying to match an existing drape color.
Check out our vast 27 stock colors selection.
- 50% light blocking
- 48” wide drape width
- 48” wide fabric roll width
- Dye lot sensitive, ask for a color swatch prior to ordering if you are trying to match an existing drape color
- We recommend 4 panels of Banjo fabric for every 10ft section of Pipe and Drape
Banjo fabric is a flame retardant fabric that is Inherently Flame Resistant (IFR) and ships with Flame Certificate. This fabric is tested to and passes the highest industry standards including NFPA 701 Small Scale Test, California Title 19, Section 1237 Small Scale Test, Canadian * CAN/ULC-S109-14Small Flame Test. Additionally, it is registered with the state of California.
Common Uses: Backdrops, Trade Show Booth Drapes, Convention Hall Draping, Affordable Temporary Fabric Walls, Portable Partitions, Kids Party Backdrops
Visit our Gallery for in use images of Banjo.