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Sentry-HC

Armor SCFSSEN32
Sentry-HC Armor Swatch
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Grade 5
Application: Chair Fabrics
Content: 100% Vinyl
Width: 54”
Weight: 28 ounces per unit
Finish: Stain Resistant
Abrasion: 1,300,000 double rubs (W)
Flame Resistance: California TB 117-2013, Section 1 compliant
Maintenance Code: WS
Manufacturer: Stinson
Fabric is available within normal product lead times. Extended lead times may apply for larger quantities.
ACT Registered Certification
Flammability

The measurement of a fabric's performance when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition.
Note: ACT guidelines specify different flammability tests dictated by the intended end use for the fabric.


Upholstery
California Technical Bulletin 117-2013 Section 1 – Pass


Wrapped Wall Panels and Upholstered Walls
ASTM E84 (Unadhered Mounting Method) – Class A or Class 1

Wet + Dry Crocking

Transfer of dye from the surface of a dyed or printed fabric onto another surface by rubbing.

Upholstery – Woven Fabrics
AATCC 8
Dry Crocking, Grade 4 minimum
Wet Crocking, Grade 3 minimum

Upholstery – Coated Fabrics
AATCC 8
Dry Crocking, Grade 4 minimum
Wet Crocking, Grade 4 minimum

Colorfastness to Light

A material’s degree of resistance to the fading effect of light.

Upholstery – Woven Fabrics
AATCC 16 Option 1 or 3
Grade 4 minimum at 40 hours*

Upholstery – Coated Fabrics
AATCC 16 Option 1 or 3
Grade 4 minimum at 200 hours*
Or
ASTM D4329
No appreciable color change at 150 hours*

Physical Properties

Key factors in assessing overall durability of a fabric vary depending on the fabric construction.

Upholstery – Woven Fabrics 
Pilling

ASTM D3511 (Brush Pill), Class 3 minimum Or ASTM D4970, (Martindale Tester), Class 3 minimum 

Breaking Strength
ASTM D5034 (Grab Test), 50 lbs. minimum in warp and weft

Seam Slippage
ASTM D4034, 25 lbs. minimum in warp and weft

Abrasion

The surface wear of a fabric caused by rubbing and contact with another fabric.

High Traffic /  Public Spaces – Woven Upholstery Fabrics
ASTM D4157 (ACT approved #10 Cotton Duck)
30,000 double rubs Wyzenbeek method
ASTM D4966 (12 KPa pressure)
40,000 cycles Martindale method

High Traffic /  Public Spaces – Coated Upholstery Fabrics
ASTM D4157 (ACT approved #10 Cotton Duck or Wire Screen)
50,000 double rubs Wyzenbeek method

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 a reliable indicator of increased fabric lifespan.