* This term and any corresponding data refer to the typical performance in the specific tests indicated and should not be construed to imply the behavior of this or any other material under actual fire conditions.
Our products, when tested with suitable component materials, may comply with California Technical Bulletin 133 and Boston Fire Code (test BFD IX-1).
Certain clothing and accessory dyes (such as those used on denim jeans) may migrate to lighter colors.This phenomenon is increased by humidity and temperature and is irreversible.
Spradling will not assume responsibility for dye transfer caused by external contaminants. Please check compatibility when using this product in combination with painted or varnished surfaces.
Disinfectants: In addition to cleaning, Healthcare facilities maintain disinfecting regimens to reduce the spread of infections. There is a wide variety of available biocides that include bleaches, peroxides, and quaternary ammonium products, among others. They should always be used at the recommended dilution, never in concentrated form. To prolong the life of digital or any other coated fabric, they should be rinsed off after the recommended residence time. It should be noted that misuse of disinfectants is the major source of surface deterioration. Spradling continually evaluates cleaners/disinfectants and a list of those tested can be found in our resource library.
Vinyl | Urethane Topcoat
Superior Abrasion: 100,000 cycles | Wyzenbeek #10 Cotton Duck
UV Stabilized Pigments: Xenotest: AATCC Blue Wool | 1,000 hours
Cold Crack: -10ºF