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Film or coagulation-based textiles such as vinyl or polyurethane.
30,000+ double rubs (ACT high performance threshold)
50,000+ double rubs (ACT recommended for 24/7 use)
The ability of a textile to withstand surface wear and rubbing, measured by using either test method ASTM D4157 (Wyzenbeek) or ASTM D4966 (Martindale).
Either non-woven textiles or woven textiles treated with an impermeable finish and backing combination that acts as a barrier to fluids.
A measurement of the antimicrobial efficacy of a textile by using either test method AATCC 147 or AATCC 100.
Textiles that may be disinfected with diluted bleach and/or quaternary cleaner.
Cleanable with diluted bleach (1/10 solution)
Cleanable with quaternary cleaner
A measurement of evaluating the cleanability of stains on a textile by using the AATCC 130 testing method.
Type of Stain
Textiles with measurable and documented reduced environmental impact.
Does not contain PVC
End of Life
Contains recycled content
Less than 100 ppm phthalates
Less than 100 ppm halogenated flame retardants
Less than 100 ppm of heavy metals including mercury, cadmium, lead, antimony
Less than 100 ppm per fluorinated compounds (PFCs) including PFOA, PFOS, PFOSA, POSF
Less than 100 ppm of added antimicrobial treatments
Recyclable at end of useful life according to FTC guidelines
Indoor Air Quality
Scientific Certification Systems (SCS) Certified
Made In The USA
Textiles made entirely in the USA. All significant parts, processing and labor that go into the textile are of U.S. origin.