Tritan Care Label - Bleach clean
Spec sheets available on request.
Heavy Commercial, Total Moisture Barrier, Anti-bacterial fabrics
Tritan® is the registered trademark of Warwick Fabrics (Australia) Pty. Ltd. for its full range of high performance, easy clean fabrics with water repellent and anti-microbial characteristics for the aged care, hospitality and commercial upholstery applications.
Tritan® fabrics have been developed in Australia combining international commercial fabric standards, with the benefits of prompt local supply and reduced costs. All Tritan® fabrics offer significant advantages to the discerning commercial buyer.
Strength and Durability. Tested for heavy commercial applications and extended performance and appearance characteristics.
Easy Clean Moisture Barrier. Tritan® protects interior upholstery constructions by eliminating problems caused by liquid penetration and incontinence. The easy clean fabric surface provides a solution to maintenance and long term aesthetics of furniture.
FR Protection. Tritan® fabrics have been tested to AS1530.3. Building Code of Australia regulations include; Spread of Flame Index, Smoke Developed Index, Flammability Index. Test results are available on request.
Tritan® Treatment. Our Tritan® treatment is odour free, bio-degradable, noncarcinogenic, and contains no heavy metals. It is classed as a non-dangerous chemical.
Antibacterial, Antimicrobial. Its efficacy is shown to inhibit a wide range of micro-organisms including bacteria, moulds, yeasts and algae. Most significant of which is its effectiveness against Staphylococcus aureus A129.
Warwick Tritan® fabrics are compatible with independent retail fabric protection and guarantee programs. These programs may enhance the fabrics ability to resist liquid staining by providing a spill repellent surface and/or warranties to cover accidental damage. They will not reduce the efficacy of the Tritan treatment.
Anti Dust Mite. Tritan® also prevents the infestation of dust mites in new fabrics as well as stopping microbial growth. Studies have shown that up to 85% of people with allergies and asthma have symptoms triggered by dust mites, or more specifically, by allergens contained in their droppings.
The anti-microbial testing was carried out at: Micromon–Microbiology Department, Monash University Australia.