Patina

Patina Armour Polyurethane, SKU #1009059
1009059 Armour

PVC Free Polyurethane

Flammability Wet Dry Crock Colorfast Phys Prop Abrasion

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*ACT® Registered Certification Marks

Technical Details

Fabric Specifications
Face 100% PVC Free Polyurethane
Backing 100% Polyester
Weight 20.0 oz. per linear yd
Thickness 1.00 mm
Width 54"
Directional Yes
Railroaded No
Additional Attributes
Finish/Treatment Writer's Block Ink Resistant Technology
16P Phthalate Free Yes
Antibacterial Yes
Antimicrobial Yes
Bleach Cleanable Yes
Ratio: 80% Water / 20% Bleach Solution
Mildew Resistant Yes
Sulfide Stain Resistant Yes
Performance Characteristics
Abrasion Resistance ASTM D4157 250,000 double rubs*
Tensile Strength CFFA-17 Warp: 125.0 lbs.
Fill: 215.0 lbs.
Tear Strength CFFA-16 Warp: 8.7 lbs.
Fill: 11.9 lbs.
Seam Slippage Warp: 75.0 lbs.
Fill: 79.0 lbs.
Colorfastness to Crocking AATCC 8 Dry: 5.0
Wet: 5.0
UV Resistance CFFA-2 200 hours
Adhesion CFFA-3 Warp: 5.89 lbs.
Fill: 5.67 lbs.
Blocking CFFA-4 1
Cold Crack CFFA-6 -20° F
Flex CFFA-10 25,000 cycles
Hydrolysis 7 Weeks
Flammability**
CAL TB 117-2013 Passes
NFPA 260 Class 1
UFAC Class 1
ASTM E-84 Class A or 1
IMO 2010 FTP Part 8, 3.1 Passes
FMVSS 302 Passes
Recommended Cleaning
Please refer to Detailed Cleaning Instructions.
Although we try hard to make sure colors on our site are accurate, actual colors may vary. Please order samples prior to making a purchase.
The use of polyurethane for welt cord in upholstery applications is strongly discouraged. Even though Burch's polyurethane products are designed to exceed industry abrasion standards, when used with welt cord the exposed material becomes more vulnerable to abrasion and may experience premature de-lamination. Burch cannot be held responsible for damage that may occur when used in a welt cord application.
Final determination of the suitability of this product for an application rests with the user.
* Multiple factors affect fabric durability and appearance retention, including end-user application and proper maintenance. Wyzenbeek results above 100,000 double rubs have not been shown to be an indicator of increased lifespan.
** 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.