PERFORMANCE AND CERTIFICATION
Flame resistant: A fabric is considered flame resistant if it passes federal specifications for particular end use items or voluntary standards defined by industrial.
Abrasion: The wearing away of any part of a material by rubbing against another surface.
Crocking: A term used for the transfer of colorant from the surface of a colored material to another surface principally by rubbing.
Seam Slippage: A defect occurring when yarns in sewn fabric pull apart at seams. Laboratory tests can determine seam slippage. (Abv Ref. FDOT)