GRAIN LEATHER

Leather has unique qualities: it acquires a beautiful and appealing patina with age. Kusch+Co offers several types of leather, each having its distinctive characteristics for interiors ranging from public areas to top-level offices. Leather is comfortable, supple and breathable and its extensive colour palette pleases the eye.


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smoked oyster 19163clay 19167reed 79173mud 89174pigeon blue 59131steel 59121navy 59136terra 89116khaki 29110saddle brown 89111cinnamon 89112chestnut 89135gravel 79162slate 79134pewter 79164black 99123snow 19172cherry 39137auburn 39113raspberry 39165

Characteristics

Material: Hides from Germany and Austria with expressive natural surface
Thickness: approx. 1.3 - 1.4 mm
Abrasion resistance: DIN EN ISO 11640
dry: 1,000 cycles : 5 grey scale
wet: 300 cycles    : >/= 4 grey scale
pH=8: 80 cycles   : >/= 4 grey scale
Abrasion resistance: DIN EN ISO 5470-2: > 100,000 cycles Martindale
Adhesion: IUF 470 E/ISO 11644 > 2,5 N/10 mm
Fastness to light: DIN EN ISO 105-B02 >5
Flexing endurance: DIN 53351 30,000 flexes
Split tear force: DIN 53329 > 20 N/mm
Tanning: Mineral tanning, environment-friendly, free of harmful substances
Dyeing: drum deying with natural dyes (organic dyes)
Finish: semi-aniline (easy-care finish)
Cleaning: remove dust with a soft dry cotton cloth, for stains use a mild detergent and a cotton cloth. Dab away moisture with a dry cloth.
Leather being a natural product, the colour and grain can vary between hides. This is a characteristic of real leather and does not justify any complaints.
Flammability:
  • DIN EN 1021 part 1+2
  • ISO 8191-1
  • BS 5852 Source III
  • California Tech. Bulletin No. 117 (Draft 02/02)
  • US law 571.302 (FMVSS 302-1)
Additional finish on request:
  • Önorm B1
  • TRL
  • Q1