Flame retardant* pop-up gazebo with B1 certificate
At Dancovershop.com, we offer more than 1,500 different combinations of the popular FleXtents® pop-up gazebos where you can choose from a wide selection of practical, flexible and durable pop-up gazebos for numerous different purposes. Dancover has added even more varieties to this impressive selection as we have launched a new range of flame retardant (B1) FleXtents® pop-up gazebos. The new FleXtents® flame retardant pop-up gazebos are intended for professional users, but they will, of course, work perfectly as a pop-up gazebo for everybody who wants a high-quality, flexible and durable shelter – with the extra and very important feature that it is flame retardant.
A Flame Retardant Certificate is often a legal requirement
When you participate in various kinds of fairs and markets, having a flame retardant pop-up gazebo is often a requirement from the organisers. For you to be allowed to bring and pitch your pop-up gazebo on the fair, you have to have a flame retardant gazebo. When you buy a flame retardant FleXtents® pop-up gazebo, you are sure to meet the requirements and can focus on the fair. Even if you do not have to meet any legal requirements, it can be good to know that your FleXtents® pop-up gazebo is flame retardant with a B1-certificate.
Flame retardant pop-up gazebos in classic design
The new flame retardant FleXtents® pop-up gazebos with roof and sidewalls in black and white come in different sizes in the FleXtents® PRO and Xtreme series. Choose between the sizes 3x3m, 3x6m and 4x4m. Please note that you can have a unique gazebo with your digital print – anything from your logo on the valance to a full print covering the entire gazebo. Please find all the FleXtents® pop-up gazebos – including the new flame retardant gazebos at Dancovershop.com. Please contact our Experts if you have any questions about our many different FleXtents® pop-up gazebos.
*Flame retardants are a key component in reducing the devastating impact of fires on people, property and the environment. They are added to potentially flammable materials, including textiles and plastics. The term “flame retardant” refers to a function, not chemicals.