The edge load range terminates the fabric at perimeters. The fabric sits tightly in between the teeth of the track. The teeth are serrated downwards to keep the fabric from slipping out. The track features an anti-warp feature to prevent an imprint on the fabric, and also an anti-slip feature to adhere better to surfaces. Taller tracks have additional support structures added to reinforce stability.
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EL 15B is an edge load track with a bevel profile for a 12mm substrate.
EL 27B is an edge load track with a bevel profile for a 25mm substrate.
EL 53B is an edge load track with a bevel profile for a 50mm substrate.
This signature tactile feature separates the authentic Fabrix tracks from counterfeit versions. This allows adhesives applied to the back of the track to have higher pull-out strength, and prevents excess adhesive from seeping out at the sides.
Fabric with high tensile strength can cause the tracks to warp during installation, which leaves an unsightly mark on the fabric surface. Fabrix tracks have a proprietary Anti-Warp feature that prevents imprinting the fabric surface.
Fire Classification Test
EN 13501-1 = Class B s1, d0
Reaction to Fire Test
EN 13823 = s1, d0
EN 11925-2 = Fs ≤ 150mm in 60s
Fabrix™ is tested to ASTM C423-09a Standards, which is the Standard Test Method for Sound Absorption and Sound Absorption Coefficients by the Reverberation Room Method. It covers the measurement of sound absorption in a reverberation room by measuring decay rate.
SAA = 0.40
NRC = 0.52
SAA = 0.67
NRC = 0.75
SAA = 0.99
NRC = 1.00