Key facts

Product:
Credo Moss
Family:
Credo
Manufacturer:
rohi >
Architonic ID:
1153031
Country:
Germany
Launched:
2011
Manufacturer groups :
Upholstery coverings-Fabrics >
Room acoustics-Sound absorption >
Sound absorption-Fabrics >
Groups:
Upholstery coverings-Fabrics >
Room acoustics-Sound absorption >
Sound absorption-Fabrics >

Product variants

Concept

Timeless versatility. 


CREDO, rohi’s universal classic. Elegant structures containing three different shades fascinate with the interplay of matte and gloss yarns. A harmoniously impressive overall appearance for universal use.

Available in 26 colours.
Special colours can also be supplied at the client’s request.

Web width 140 cm
Blend: 95% wool, 5% polyamide
Weight 640 g/m² 900 g/m

DESCRIPTION OF FABRICS
Design: CREDO
Content: 95% WV 5% PA
Weight approx.: 640 g/m2 - 900 g/lm
Width approx.: 140 cm

QUALITY DETAILS
Abrasion resistance: 110.000 rubs DIN EN ISO 12947-2
Flame resistance: (please specify when ordering)
FAR 25.853 (12 sec. vertical)
CAL TB 117 - 2013
DIN 4102-1 B2
EN 1021 -1 and -2
EN 13501-1
BS 5852:2006 (part1)
BS 5852:2006 (part2) Crib5
SN 198 898 BKZ 5.3
BKZ: 5.3 SN 198898
UNI 9175 (1 IM)
IMO: MED 96/98/EC Marine Equipment Directive
Colour fastness to light: min. 5-8 EN ISO 105-B02
Pilling: min. 4-5 EN ISO 12945-2
Acoustic: Rs=613 Pa s/m DIN EN 29053 flow resistivity
Ecology: RAL-UZ 117 Attachment 2+3

QUALITY CHARACTERISTICS – ROHI WOOL
natural, renewable material
wool is flame retardant, easy-care, active-breathing and dirt resistant
long-lasting, hard-wearing
virgin wool - worsted yarn quality

QUALITY FEATURES – ROHI FABRICS
yarn dyed for brilliant colours and good lightfastness
special finish: anti-shrink, anti-pilling
production and design ‘Made in Germany’ since 1933
development of individual fabrics for architects’ and designers’ concepts

RECOMMENDED APPLICATION AREAS
public and residential premises with heavy wear and tear

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