After the sinking of the Titanic in 1912, all countries came together to draw up the first international convention concerning the safety of shipping: SOLAS – Safety of Life at Sea.

In 1948, the SOLAS Convention was renamed IMO in Geneva.

The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) is a specialised institute of the United Nations, charged with developing the principles and techniques of maritime navigation and thus safeguarding maritime transport in order to make it safer.

In particular, the MED Directive assesses the conformity of equipment intended to be placed on board ships.

Emiliana Parati Contract Wallcoverings products comply with the required European and International regulations, without giving up the aesthetics and luxury of the naval contract furniture.

Emiliana Parati develops specific coatings with formulations that control both flame duration and propagation and the release of substances and fumes (all well below the limits required by law).

Available in various designs and standard colours, there is the option of creating customised nuances for the ambitious projects of the most demanding customers.

Emiliana Parati Contract Wallcoverings
Wallpapers are hygienic, easily washable and stain-removal friendly.
They have good wear resistance, good light resistance and are
environmentally friendly, in compliance with applicable regulations.

Treatments on request
They can be produced after undergoing prior treatment providing
anti-mould, anti-bacterial and anti-microbial coverage.
Also on request, they can be produced prior treatment
that makes them highly breathable.

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Industrie Emiliana Parati S.p.A.

via Case Sparse, 21
26041 Casalmaggiore (CR) – Italy
P: +39 0375 283011
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