Tritan is a full range of high performance, easy clean fabrics with water repellent and anti-microbial characterists for the aged care, hospitality and commercial upholstery applications. 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, including fire retardant properties, commercial grade abrasion rating, resistance to liquid absorption, anti-microbial properties, prevention of dust mite infestation, are environmentally and user friendly. Tritan’s easy clean fabric surface provides a solution to maintenance and long-term aesthetics of furniture.
Tested for heavy commercial applications and extended performance and appearance characteristics.
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.
Tritan fabrics have been tested to comply with ASNZ 1530.3. Building Code of Australia regulations include; Spread of Flame Index, Smoke Developed Index, Flammability Index.
Our Tritan treatment is odour free, bio-degradable, noncarcinogenic, and contains no heavy metals. It is classed as a non-dangerous chemical.
Its efficacy is shown to inhibit a wide range of microorganisms including bacteria, moulds, yeasts and algae. Mificant ost signof 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.
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.