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Web Core Microperforated Vinyl Facings
HIGH STYLE
Pure White Perforated Vinyl Facing
Pure White
#390493
White Perforated Vinyl Facing
White
#399043
Flannel Perforated Vinyl Facing
Flannel
#389330
Blueberry Perforated Vinyl Facing
Blueberry
#389334
Crytal Beach Perforated Vinyl Facing
Crystal Beach
#389332
Rose Mist Perforated Vinyl Facing
Rose Mist
#389331
KNIGHTSBRIDGE
Green Mist Perforated Vinyl Facing
Green Mist
#411307
Stone Blue Perforated Vinyl Facing
Stone Blue
#411308
Blue White Perforated Vinyl Facing
Blue White
#411306
Sand Dune Perforated Vinyl Facing
Sand Dune
#411305
Robin Egg Perforated Vinyl Facing
Robin Egg
#411309
 

Description
Total Weight (oz./lin. yd.) 54″ Width Average 12.0
Total Weight (oz./lin. yd.) 8.0
Vinyl Weight (oz./lin. yd.) 5.0
Fabric Weight (oz./lin. yd.) 3.0
Fabric Type and Count Polyester Sheeting
(22 × 26)
Total Average Thickness .018
Light Reflectance Value (LR Value) is reported as average percent reflectance as measured by ASTM E-97 test method.

Web Core was applied to 1″ thick 7PCF rigid acoustical fiberglass on a #4 mounting and tested for noise reduction coefficient. The result was 0.80 NRC.

This pattern satisfactorily passes physical requirements for type I as listed in G.S.A. Federal Specification CCC-W-408A. (Federal Specification CCC-T-191 details test procedures required.)
Fire Resistance

This pattern meets the requirements of National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Class A or 1.*
Flame Spread 20
Smoke Developed 65

*Note: The numerical flame spread rating and other test results referenced herein are not intended to reflect hazards presented by this or any other material under actual fire conditions.

Stain Resistance

(ASTM D-1308, METHOD B-24 hour exposure followed by washing with soap and water.) The following staining agents resulted in NO Stain on the material when using the aforementioned test method.

Ethanol
Vinegar
Detergent
Lemon Juice
Coffee
Pencil
Mayonnaise
Bleach
Crayon
Ketchup
Tea
Milk
Coca-Cola
Port Wine
10% Hydrochloric Acid
10% Sodium Hydroxide
Oleic Acid
10% Ammonia
Hydrogen Peroxide

Cleaning Procedures

Common dirt and stains may be removed from Web Core products by rubbing lightly with a moistened cloth, sponge or stiff bristle brush using a mild soap, detergent or non-abrasive cleanser. It is important that clean water be used on a constant basis and that the material be towel dried.

CAUTION! Strong organic solvents (such as ketones) and harsh abrasive cleaners are not recommended. These materials will cause dulling, discoloration or softening of the vinyl, thus causing per- manent damage. Contact your sales representative for special cleaning problems.