YUMA USA fabrics are submitted to many internationally recognized and rigorous testing fact ies to ensure they provide the highest standards in healthy, sustainable solutions, enhanced solar protection, energy savings, durability, aesthetics
YUMA USA works with UL Environment to verify that our fabrics meet their stringent standards for low chemical emissions into indoor air during product usage . GREENGUARD Certification assures that YUMA fabrics contribute to a cleaner and healthier indoor air quality .
ROHS, or the restriction of hazardous substances, is a test that sets limits on the presence of chemicals deemed to be harmful to human health. Fabrics that pass this test comply with ROHS regulations and are safe from harmful exposure to substances such as lead, mercury, and cadmium.
NFPA 701 is a fire retardancy test required for free-hanging textiles used in most public spaces such as schools, office spaces, and auditoriums. Fabrics that pass this test are highly effective at minimizing burn and residual flames.
California Title 19 is a required flame retardancy regulation test specific to the state of California. The test evaluate show long(time) and how far(distance) a material burns after exposure to a flame. Fabrics with this label guarantee effective fire and life safety standards.
This test evaluate show susceptible a fabric is to fungal growth once exposed to various strands of fungus. Fabrics with this label have good resistance to fungus growth.
The ASTM E-2180 standard tests a fabric's effectiveness at reducing the growth of bacteria (staphylococcus). Fabrics with. this label have good antimicrobial properties.
Oeko-Tex certification evaluates how fabrics are processed, including additives like dyes and finishes. Oeko-Tex textiles are free of harmful chemicals and are safe for human use.
YUMA promises to always deliver value backed by dependable service, technical support, and quality shading products you can rely on. We stand behind the quality of our fabrics which is why we guarantee a 5 year warranty in the unlikely event something goes wrong.