Time 300

Time was Kvadrat’s first opportunity to present a matt version of Trevira, similar to natural fibre, but with all the advantages of synthetic fibre. From a distance, the curtain appear to be self-coloured, but when you inspect them at close quarters, you realise they are in fact two-toned. This is because the curtain is yarn dyed and two different shades were employed in the weaving process, one in the weft and the other in the warp.

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Cleaning and care FBCID
Shrinkage 1%
Produced in Holland
Performance
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Lightfastness relates to the ability of a textile to retain its colour under light. When testing for lightfastness, samples are exposed to artificial daylight for a specified period.

The evaluation scale ranges from 1 (worst) to 8 (best). An increase of one point corresponds to a doubling of the lightfastness, i.e. the same fading takes twice as long.

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Light transmittance indicates the percentage of the visible light penetrating the textile. Densely woven textiles in dark colours usually have a lower light transmittance, whereas loosely woven fabrics in light colours allow more light to pass through. 

Absorption 0.35 / Class D (Absorption flat) 0.50 / Class D (Absorption folded)

Acoustic absorption is indicated as αw-value which approximately corresponds to the percentage of sound absorbed. For instance, an αw-value of 0,4 translates into 40% absorption of sound.  Acoustic absorption of a textile is measured in its flat and draped state.

Airflow 66 Pa s/m

Airflow resistance influences the sound absorbing qualities of a textile. Typically, the denser the construction of the textile, the higher the value. 

Fire tests AS/NZS 1530.3 • AS/NZS 3837, class 1 • BS 5867 part 2 type B • DIN 4102 B1 • EN 13 773 class 1 • EN 13501-1, B-s1, d0 • FAR 25.853 • IMO FTP Code 2010 Part 7 • NF P 92 507 M1 • NFPA 701 • NT FIRE 043 • SN 198 898 5.2 • UNI 9177 Classe 1

There are differing requirements concerning the flame-retardancy of textiles dependent on the area of application, country or even region. Our textiles pass the majority of international standards and are also tested for a selection of regional requirements.

  • Marine
  • Fire resistant
Care
  • Cleaning and care:
    FWash at max. 60°C, mild process
    BDo not bleach
    CDo not tumble dry
    IIron at medium temperature (max. 150°C)
    DProfessional dry cleaning with tetrachloroethylene, normal process
Characteristics
  • Produced in: Holland
  • Warranty: 10 years
  • Sustainability: Greenguard Certification www.greenguard.org
  • Yarn type: Spun
  • Binding: Plain
  • Shrinkage: Approx. 1%
  • Wash load: Half
  • Colour difference: Slight differences may occur
  • Meters per roll: Approx. 33 m
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Care instructions curtain textiles

Regular cleaning is important in order to keep the curtain textile looking its best and to prolong its life. Dust and dirt wear down the textile and also reduce its fire-retardant properties.

  • Regular care

    If possible, we recommend washing curtains once a year. If used heavily, a more frequent cleaning may be appropriate. All curtain fabrics by Kvadrat and Kinnasand are supplied bearing a maintenance label. We recommend the use of a light duty detergent without optical brighteners for all items in which, according to care instructions, washing is possible. In order to reduce the risk of allergy problems, we recommend to use washing detergents that do not contain optical bleach, perfume or colorants. Please take into account a possible shrinkage between 1 – 3 %. For more detailed information, we recommend contacting a professional dry cleaner and/or laundry. A professional dry cleaner may also assist in working out maintenance schedules which ensure that the fabrics are maintained properly so that a good indoor climate and maximum duration of the curtains are achieved.