Precision Fabrics Group, Inc.
|Precision Fabrics Group, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20130186706||Acoustically Tunable Sound Absorption Articles and Methods of Making Same - A moldable acoustic facing comprises cellulosic fibers and synthetic fibers entangled together. The acoustic facing has a basis weight of from about 1.5 to about 5.0 ounces per square yard (osy), a thickness of less than about 0.050″, a mean pore size of between about 8 microns and about 40 microns, and an elongation at break of at least twenty percent. The acoustic facing includes less than about five percent synthetic microfiber and has an acoustic resistance of at least about 250 Rayls.||07-25-2013|
|20130149518||Flame Resistant Filler Cloth and Mattresses Incorporating Same - A filler cloth includes cellulosic fibers treated with a flame retardant chemistry such that the filler cloth has a char length of less than about nine inches when tested in accordance with NFPA 701, such that thermal shrinkage of the filler cloth at 400° F. is less than about 35% in any direction, and such that the filler cloth maintains flame and heat resistant integrity when impinged with a gas flame in accordance with testing protocols set forth in Technical Bulletin 603 of the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs. The filler cloth cellulosic fibers are treated with a flame retardant chemistry such that the filler cloth has a Frazier air permeability of less than about 400 cfm and a thermal resistance rating of at least about 3 when tested according to NFPA 2112.||06-13-2013|
|20130117940||UPHOLSTERY PANELS WITH FIRE RESISTANT BACKING LAYER - A composite upholstery panel includes a layer of ticking fabric, a layer of flame and heat-resistant backing fabric, and a layer of resilient flame and heat-resistant cushioning material sandwiched between the layer of ticking fabric and the layer of backing fabric. The composite upholstery panel maintains flame and heat resistant integrity when impinged at any location with a gas flame in accordance with testing protocol set forth in Technical Bulletin 603 of the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs (TB-603). However, individually, the ticking layer, backing layer and cushioning layer would fail to maintain flame and heat resistant integrity when impinged with a gas flame in accordance with testing protocol set forth in TB-603.||05-16-2013|
|20130089722||Thermally Protective Flame Retardant Fabric - A thermally protective, flame retardant fabric includes a substrate treated with a combination of a flame retardant agent and an intumescent agent. The substrate includes non-thermoplastic fibers or a blend of non-thermoplastic fibers and thermoplastic fibers having a basis weight ranging from 2.0 to 15.0 ounces per square yard. The fabric has a contact thermal protective performance value of at least 4.5 and a contact thermal protective performance efficiency greater than 1.1. Applications of the fabric include protective garments, articles of furniture, vehicle components, building components, electrical components, decorative components, appliances, and containers.||04-11-2013|
|20130022805||Heat and Flame-Resistant Materials and Upholstered Articles Incorporating Same - A mattress, foundation, or other upholstered sleep product or article includes a core and barrier material surrounding the core. The barrier material includes flame and heat-resistant material that is configured to prevent combustion of the core when the upholstered article is impinged with a gas flame according to California Technical Bulletin 603 of the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs. The barrier material may include an intumescent material that is configured to swell and char in the presence of a flame so as to form a barrier to the flame and to heat generated by the flame.||01-24-2013|
|20090305025||COMPOSITE UPHOLSTERY FABRIC PANELS WITH ENLARGED GRAPHITE INTUMESCENT PARTICLES - Fabric layers and composite articles that incorporate graphite-containing coatings that do not stain are provided. A fabric layer for use as a flame and heat blocking component of an upholstered article includes intumescent graphite particles that are configured to swell and char in the presence of flame so as to form a barrier to flame, hot gases and heat for a predetermined period of time. The graphite particles have a size greater than about 150 microns which prevents the particles from being drawn to a surface of an upholstered article during sewing and quilting operations.||12-10-2009|
Patent applications by Precision Fabrics Group, Inc.