Phthalate-free material compliant with European laws governing use of azodyes.
Meets the human-ecological requirements set forth in the standard applicable to children's products.
Artificial leather can be used as upholstery material for furniture and for educational shapes for children. The broad range of colors, the high strength, and the noncombustibility make it suitable for public places, such as hotels, banks, bars, and cafés, and for use in healthcare: in couches, dentist chairs, massage tables, etc.
Upholstery textile of high resistance to tearing, bending, rubbing, and wear. Soft and foldable.
Determination of the content of phthalates