This particular wax pull-up has a distinctive look when pulled, producing a brilliant bursts and change of color. Vibrant sheen, delicate surface.
Pull-up leather is aniline dyed in the drum to create deep, vibrant colors. It is finished with a combination of transparent waxes and oils, which gives the leather a very soft hand, or feel and transparency.
When the leather is stretched, the oils and waxes are displaced, causing the stretched area to become lighter in color, creating a beautiful aged look with colour variances.
Dallas is the leather of choice when elegance and luxury are desired for upholstery applications. Now available in the hottest colors of the year!
|Type||Aniline, Oil & Wax Pull Ups|
|Texture||Natural Grain Smooth, Shine, Solid|
|Content||Aniline, Full Grain|
|Avg Hide Size||50 FT2|
Leather is a natural product. Distinctive markings and nuances in its texture and color are natural in occurrence and a testament to its authenticity.
Cuttings for approval (CFAs) are recommended for this leather. Expect slight color variation from dye lot to dye lot.
NOTE: Due to color variations on different monitors and color printers, before making exact color and texture matches, we recommend that you request an actual sample to ensure proper color representation as many monitors cannot display colors accurately. CTL Leather is not responsible for color selections made from this website.
|Average Thickness||ISO 2589||1.0 - 1.2mm|
|Tensile Strength||ISO 3376||> 10 N/mm to > 12 N/mm|
|Elongation at Break||ISO 3376||40 - 70 %|
|Tear Strength||ISO 3377||-1 30 - 40 N|
|Flexing Endurance (after 20,000 flex)||ISO 5402||> 20,000 Flex|
|Color Fastness to Artificial Light (Xenotest 72 Hrs.)||ISO 105 B 02||> 2 (Blue Scale)|
|Color Fastness to Rubbing (500 Dry Rubs, 100 Wet Rubs)||ISO 11640 , ISO 11640||> 5 (Grey Scale), >4/5 (Grey Scale)|
|Ignitability BS 5852-1 (Cigarette)||BS 5852:1 EN 1021:1||Pass|
|Ignitability BS 5852-2 (Match)||BS 5852:2 EN 1021:2||Pass|
|Ignitability BS 5852-5 (Wooden Crib)||BS 5852-5||Treatable|
|Cigarette Ignition Resistance||UFAC/NFPA 260||Class 1|
|California Technical||Cal Tech Bulletin 117||Class 1|
|Boston Fire Dept||BFD IX-I||Pass|
|Wyzenbeek - (Oscillatory Cylinder Method) @ 6,000 cycles||ASTM D 4157.07||Pass|