Nautical fabric and its advantages: durability and resistance in water environments

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Nautical fabric and its advantages: durability and resistance in water environments

The nautical world has always required materials that not only withstand the harsh conditions of the water, but also provide comfort and style.

In this context, nautical fabric has established itself as an ideal solution, especially in spaces like hotel terraces and areas with parasols, where aesthetics and functionality must go hand in hand. It is applicable in cushions.

Nautical fabric is recognized for its durability and resistance, essential characteristics to withstand environments where there is water. These fabrics are designed to resist salinity, humidity, and ultraviolet radiation (U.V.), common factors in maritime environments. Their ability to remain intact under these conditions makes them a preferred choice for coastal hotels and resorts that seek to offer their guests comfortable and aesthetically pleasing outdoor spaces.

Among the products are Class, Bio Plus and Melange.

Nautic Class

Nautic Bio Plus

Nautic Melange

Notable Features

A notable feature of these fabrics is that they are all fire-retardant. This property is crucial, especially in environments where safety is paramount. The fire resistance of these fabrics ensures a safer environment for guests and reduces the risk of fires, a fundamental aspect in any establishment, especially those near the sea.

Furthermore, the UV resistance of these fabrics is an aspect that cannot be underestimated. Prolonged exposure to the sun can fade and weaken many materials, but Conva’s nautical fabrics maintain their color and strength over time, ensuring a durable and profitable investment for any business.

General Properties

  • 4C Protech: A technical finish based on a blend of special anti-adherent silicones. This significantly reduces the likelihood of the indigo dye depositing on the surface of the fabric and facilitates its cleaning with water and soap.

  • BioCide (Except for Nautic Melange): A bactericidal treatment based on non-bioaccumulative sulfates with low toxicity. Basic care to prevent mold and other bacteria includes ensuring that the furniture is dry and clean of resin residues (from plants, pines, etc.), storing the furniture in a place without humidity, and avoiding contact with other products that may have mold (old wood walls or furniture).

  • Easy Clean (Except for Nautic Melange): A treatment based on silicones, specific for fabrics and coatings, that protects the surface from all types of stains, including pen marks, and facilitates their removal with only water for textiles and by wiping with a cloth for coatings (polyurethanes and vinyls).

  • Covid Free (Disinfected Surface): In line with the service sector, in a COVID-FREE framework, synthetic fabrics are offered which, due to their continuous surface, are most suitable for sanitization and disinfection, with total effectiveness against microorganisms and severe washings.

  • Marine Professional Outdoor: Technical finishes incorporated into the fabric offer the only real and definitive solution to the effects of algae, molds, bacteria, and spores that eventually develop on any surface where water does not dry. It also protects against UV rays, salt air, and humidity. The MPO fabric range is optimal for outdoor and marine environments. Closed-cell foam is recommended.

  • iSys AG: Based on silver ions, it reduces the lifespan of viruses on surfaces and even inhibits them, providing total security of viral disappearance after cleaning. iSys AG, which has a positive charge (Ag+), adheres to the negatively charged virus membrane, causing an electrostatic attraction. Once the silver particle adheres to the virus, it is deactivated and can no longer penetrate our cells and therefore cannot reproduce. Toxicologically tested: STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX.

Clean stains with water and neutral soap. Allow to air dry.

Dry cleaning can be done using conventional methods and products.

Products to avoid: solvents containing chlorine or alcohol, glass cleaners or aerosols, polishes and shoe polish.

Baby wipes and makeup removers are not recommended as they can remove the protective layer that surrounds the material and reduce its shine.

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