Fabrics & Finishes

Vinyls with PreFixx® Finish
Standard vinyl selections for:
the 54, 56, 58, 59, 85, 86, 89, Ascent, Ascent XL, Ascent II, Ascent II XL, Concord, Overnight and Caregiver Seating.
T09 Natural
T09
Natural
T19 Aquamarine
T19
Aquamarine
T21 Bonnie Blue
T21
Bonnie Blue
T26 Iced Mint
T26
Iced Mint
T34 Tearose
T34
Tearose
T45 Colonial Blue
T45
Colonial Blue
T56 Gray
T56
Gray
T96 Cranberry
T96
Cranberry
Champion Soft Vinyls
Standard vinyl selections for:
the Continuum and Passage recliners. Available as an upgrade for other products.
FS12 Wheat
FS12
Wheat
FS13 Oxford Brown
FS13
Oxford Brown
FS17 Navy Blue
FS17
Navy Blue
FS22 Pebble Gray
FS22
Pebble Gray
FS26 Harbor Blue
FS26
Harbor Blue
FS30 Olive Tree
FS30
Olive Tree
FS31 Wildflower
FS31
Wildflower
FS35 Tapestry Green
FS35
Tapestry Green
Premium Finishes
Standard selections for:
Alō
C0460 Lucid
C0460
Lucid
C0592 Verdite
C0592
Verdite
C8662 Sand Dollar
C8662
Sand Dollar
C0383 Ballad
C0383
Ballad
MOC10 Milieu (Sheen)
MOC10
Milieu (Sheen)
MOC16 Pearl (Sheen)
MOC16
Pearl (Sheen)
MOC27 Stone
MOC27
Stone
MOC49 Dolphin
MOC49
Dolphin
Wood Finish
Armrest finish available for:
526 and 527 Overnighters.
OAK
OAK

Please Note: Due to the scanning process and differences in individual monitor settings, the above color chips should be viewed as representations only and are enlarged to show detail. Color cards showing standard and non-standard vinyl samples are available upon request. Availability of vinyl and FR. 133 requirement affect lead times, so please determine chair requirements as soon as possible in your order process.

COATED FABRICS FOR HEALTHCARE (WITH PREFIXX®)

The requirements for upholstery used in healthcare settings are different than in other environments. Color contributes not only to the aesthetics but also to the patient’s healing and comfort. Appropriate textures may reduce the accumulation of bacteria and grime. Known for its wide design range and durability, OMNOVA’s Boltaflex upholstery has been successfully used in a broad assortment of healthcare environments.

OMNOVA’s Boltaflex coated fabrics, protected with the industry-leading PreFixx protective finish, feature unparalleled resistance to staining, abrasion, scuffing and burnishing as demonstrated in repeated laboratory field tests. The superior stain resistance and improved wear properties help keep PreFixx protected products looking new longer than most other vinyl upholstery. Most importantly, protected upholstery can be safely cleaned and disinfected with many popular disinfectants, helping to reduce the incidence of Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs).

CHAMPION SOFT VINYLS (WITHOUT PREFIXX®)

Designed and engineered for healthcare environments, it features a proprietary disinfectant-resistant topcoat that allows the product to be easily cleaned and disinfected with 23 commonly used chemical cleaners without worrying about discoloration or damage to the upholstery finish.

VINYL, WOVEN, SILICA, & EPU CURATED DESIGN MIX FOR ALŌ

Alō Curated Design Mix

Alō Ordering Guide

Graded-in selections
Browse, Search and Sample from hundreds of products in our graded-in healthcare collection by Stinson.

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Browse innovative, high-performance solutions, by Momentum Textiles.

Browse innovative, high-performance solutions, by Momentum Textiles.

Browse Momentum Textiles
Browse, Search and Sample the California Collection by LDI.

Browse, Search and Sample the California Collection by LDI.

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Cleaning Tips for Enviroleather

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Cleaning Instructions

Keep your upholstery looking new and bright with regular cleaning. Disinfecting the surfaces of your recliner between patients is critical, but disinfecting is not a replacement for cleaning. Removing oily residues from hair products, body lotions and body oils can lengthen the life of your vinyl. Removing dirt and scuffs from daily use keeps your product and your facility looking great!

Choose a fabric pattern from the following list:

FOR VINYLS:

Chamea and also vinyls shown in Champion Vinyl Card – VINYL SOLUTIONS II

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBERPATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
AvantAVChameaCHA
SouthamptonSO

 

CAUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.
For cleaning, a soft white cloth is recommended: avoid use of paper towels.

General Cleaning: Your Champion chairs are constructed of vinyl with BEAUTYGUARD®, which resists most stains. Staining materials can penetrate over time so it is important to remove the spill as soon as possible after it occurs. Not only is the clean up easier, it reduces the possibility that it will penetrate the protective finish and become permanently set in the fabric. So for the best results, give spills immediate attention.

CAUTION: Some fabric dyes have the ability to create a permanent stain. To reduce the likelihood of a problem from this or any stain, clean as soon as noticed.

VINYL MANUFACTURER’S CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS: 

For most soiling, use a 1:10 solution of household liquid dish soap with warm water applied with a soft damp cloth. This removes most soiling. If necessary, a solution of liquid cleanser and water applied with a soft bristle brush. Wipe away the residue with a water dampened cloth.

WARNING: When solvent type cleaners are being used, care should be exercised. KEEP AWAY from fire or flame and use in a well ventilated area.

For heavier soiling, dampen a soft white cloth with lighter fluid (Naphtha) and rub gently. Rinse with a water dampened cloth.

For stains not removed by the above methods: dampen a soft white cloth with a 1:10 solution of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite) mixed with water. Rub gently. Rinse with a water dampened cloth to remove the bleach concentration. If necessary, allow this solution of bleach to water to puddle on the affected area or apply a soaked cloth for approximately 30 minutes. Rinse with a water dampened cloth to remove any remaining bleach.

To disinfect a solution of up to 10% bleach and water may be used. Information from the fabric manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

FOR VINYLS:

T09 Natural, T21 Bonnie Blue, T56 Gray, T45 Colonial Blue, T96 Cranberry, T19 Aquamarine, T43 Tearose, T26 Iced Mint

Also vinyls shown in Champion Vinyl Cards – VINYL SOLUTIONS II & III

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBERPATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
CobblestoneCOGrand SierraGS
ColorguardCGHarmonyHA
Deco ShellDEMojaveMO
EdoEORolling StoneRS
FleurFLVegasV
Champion soft vinylFS

 

CAUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.

For cleaning, a soft white cloth is recommended: avoid use of paper towels.

General Cleaning: Your Champion chairs are constructed of vinyl with protective finish, PREFIXX®, which resists most stains. The protective finish prevents most staining materials: ink, magic marker and paint from immediately penetrating the protective coating; so it is important to remove the spill as soon as possible after the spill to prevent its penetration into vinyl and becoming a permanent stain.

CAUTION: Some fabric dyes have the ability to create a permanent stain. To reduce the likelihood of a problem from this or any stain, clean as soon as noticed.

VINYL MANUFACTURER’S CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS:

Cleaners such as Fantastik®, Formula 409® all purpose cleaner and other similar household cleaners and bleaches for stains such as food, shoe polish, betadine, and lipstick. Use with water and a cloth or soft brush. Rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.

CAUTION: Limit use of strong active solvent to six rubs. Unlimited use may remove the PREFIXX® from the vinyl surface.

A solvent-type cleaner to be used with a soft cloth or damp sponge; alcohol, for stains such as magic marker, spray paint, & grease. Use full strength and dry with a cloth. Rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.

Strong active solvent cleaners such as nail polish remover (acetone/water) applied with a soft cloth or damp sponge for such stains as paint, ballpoint pen, and toner. Use with a soft cloth. Rinse with clear water.

To disinfect a solution of up to 10% bleach and water may be used. Information from the fabric manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

FOR VINYLS:

Vinyls shown in Champion Vinyl Card – VINYL SOLUTIONS II

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBERPATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
Classic TwillCTKilKenny Tweed or OxfordKL
MayfairMARenaissanceRE
ScriptSRGeometGE
CheckmateCMWhitneyWT

CAUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.

For cleaning, a soft white cloth is recommended: avoid use of paper towels.

General Cleaning: Your Champion chairs are constructed of vinyl with protective finish, PERMABLOK3®. This finish resists many stains, but staining materials can penetrate over time, so it is important to remove the spill as soon as possible after it occurs.

CAUTION: Some fabric dyes have the ability to create a permanent stain. To reduce the likelihood of a problem from this or any stain, clean as soon as noticed.

VINYL MANUFACTURER’S CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS:
Follow these steps in order.

  • Remove excess spill with a damp cloth. Clean with a 1:1 mix of Ivory® liquid and water. Rinse with clean water and dry.
  • Use a full strength application of cleaners such as Fantastik® spray cleaner or Formula 409®. Rinse with clean water and dry with a clean cloth. WARNING: NEVER mix ammonia, or a cleaner with ammonia, with bleach as dangerous compounds may result.WARNING: When solvent type cleaners are being used, care should be exercised. KEEP AWAY from fire or flame and use in a well ventilated area.
  • Use a 1:1 mix of ammonia and water OR a 1:4 mix of bleach and water. Rinse with clean water and pat surface dry with a clean cloth.
  • Use a full strength application of lighter fluid (naphtha). Use a soft cotton cloth saturated with cleaning material. Rub the stain in circles 10 times, pat dry with a soft cloth and check results. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and pat the surface dry with a clean cloth.
  • Use 1:1 mix of isopropyl alcohol and water. If stain persists, use straight alcohol. Rinse with clean water and pat surface dry with a clean cloth. If stains remain, use a 1:1 mix of acetone (nail polish remover) and water. Rinse clean and pat the surface dry with a clean cloth.

To disinfect a solution of up to 10% bleach and water may be used. Information from the fabric manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

FOR VINYLS:

Vinyls shown in Champion Vinyl Card – VINYL SOLUTIONS III

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBERPATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
CumulusCUVogueVO

AUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.

For cleaning, a soft white cloth is recommended: avoid use of paper towels.

General Cleaning: General Cleaning: Your Champion chairs are constructed of vinyl with protective finish, MORGUARD™. This finish resists staining materials. Staining materials can penetrate over time, so it is important to remove the spill as soon as possible after it occurs. Not only is the clean up easier, the possibility that the spill will penetrate the protective finish and become permanently set in the fabric is reduced. So for the best results, give spills immediate attention.

CAUTION: Some fabric dyes have the ability to create a permanent stain. To reduce the likelihood of a problem from this or any stain, clean as soon as noticed.

VINYL MANUFACTURER’S CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS:
Follow these steps in order. If the stain is removed; stop the cleaning process at that point, after rinsing with clean water and drying the fabric.

  • Remove excess spill with a damp cloth. Clean with a mild soap solution. Always rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth. Soap solution may be applied with a cloth or a soft bristle brush.
  • For more stubborn stains, use a mild detergent such as Fantastik®, Formula 409®, or Mr. Clean® according to the manufacturer’s directions. Use a soft cloth or a soft bristle brush to apply the detergent, always rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth.WARNING: When solvent type cleaners are being used, care should be exercised. KEEP AWAY from fire or flame and use in a well ventilated area.
  • If the stain persists, use full strength rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits cautiously. (This means trying the cleaner in a hidden area first). Work in a small area; apply the cleaner in a circular motion a few times, rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth. Examine the fabric for damage before using on the stain.Caution: Indiscriminate use of strong solvents can damage or discolor vinyl.
  • Use a full strength application of lighter fluid (naphtha). Use a soft cotton cloth saturated with cleaning material. Rub the stain in circles 10 times, pat dry with a soft cloth and check results. Rinse thoroughly with clean water and pat the surface dry with a clean cloth.
  • Use 1:1 mix of isopropyl alcohol and water. If stain persists, use straight alcohol. Rinse with clean water and pat surface dry with a clean cloth. If stains remain, use a 1:1 mix of acetone (nail polish remover) and water. Rinse clean and pat the surface dry with a clean cloth.

To disinfect a solution of up to 10% bleach and water solutions may be used. Information from the fabric manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

CAUTION: Powdered adhesives, abrasive cleaners, steel wool and industrial strengthcleaners are not recommended for MorCare vinyl. Any lacquer solvent will cause immediate damage to the vinyl. Wax should never be used, as it will cause embrittlement and cracking. Dilute chlorine beach: never use full strength on vinyl. Always rinse with clear water after using cleaning solutions.

Certain stains* may become permanent unless removed immediately. *Ball point ink – Use rubbing alcohol full strength on a soft cloth immediately to remove much of the stain.

WARNING: NEVER mix ammonia, or a cleaner with ammonia, with bleach as dangerous compounds may result.

WARNING: When solvent type cleaners are being used, care should be exercised. KEEP AWAY from fire or flame and use in a well ventilated area.

For these specific items the manufacture recommends:
*Blood – Use a clean cloth soaked in cold water to rub out spots. Use household ammonia, rinsing with clean wet cloth for persistent spots. Do not use hot water or soap suds this will set the stain.

*Shoe polish – Shoe polish will stain permanently. Use a cloth saturated with mineral spirits or kerosene rubbing lightly to remove residue. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Do not smear stain beyond original source.

*Chewing gum – Rub with an ice cube then scrape off as much as possible with a dull knife. Use a cloth saturated with mineral spirits rubbing lightly to remove residue. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

*Grease/Oil – Use a cloth saturated with mineral spirits rubbing lightly to remove residue. Do not smear stain beyond original source. Work from the outer edge toward the center of the stain. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

*Lipstick – Use a cloth saturated with mineral spirits rubbing lightly to remove residue. Do not smear stain beyond original source. Work from the outer edge toward the center of the stain. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

*Latex Paint – wipe off fresh paint, hot soapy water will usually remove dried latex paint.

*Vomit – Remove any residue then use a sponge or cloth saturated with soapy water with a dilute bleach solution. Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

*Urine – Remove any residue, then use soapy water with a small amount of household ammonia.
Rinse thoroughly with clean water.

FOR FABRICS:

Fabrics shown in ENVIROLEATHER (PVC-FREE) CARD

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
EnviroleatherEN

CAUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.

For cleaning, a soft white cloth is recommended: avoid use of paper towels.

General Cleaning: Your Champion chairs are constructed of fabric with a superior finish. This finish resists staining materials.

FABRIC MANUFACTURER’S CLEANING RECOMMENDATIONS:

Follow these steps in order. If the stain is removed; stop the cleaning process at that point, after rinsing with clean water and drying the fabric.

  • Remove excess spill with a damp cloth. Clean ordinary dirt, dust smudges and ordinary spills with a damp cloth.
  • For water soluble stains such as coffee, mustard, juice, etc. remove with soap and water solutions, always rinse with clear water and dry with a clean cloth. Soap solutions may be applied with a cloth or a soft bristle brush.In general, ball point pen ink stains are difficult to remove. The sooner the ink is cleaned the better the chance for success. Ink compositions vary and not all ink stains can be removed.
  • For more stubborn stains, such as ink, grease, shoe polish. Wet a portion of a soft white cloth with a blend of 50% rubbing alcohol and 50% Wisk® detergent. Another option is rubbing alcohol and baking soda.
  • Apply the cleaning solutions to the ink stain and blot up the stain. Do not rub. Blot up all of the cleaning solutions and repeat step 2 several times either blotting the stain or gently rubbing in a circular motion. Do not rub vigorously.
  • Apply a small amount of the cleaning solution with a soft bristle toothbrush and gently brush in a circular motion. As the ink loosens up blot up the stain with a dry cloth. Repeat this step three times, using small amounts of cleaning solutions each time.
  • Extract the cleaning solution with a damp cloth several times to remove the cleaning solutions (and the blue Wisk® color).
  • Allow to dry. Check for residual soap and repeat step 4 if necessary.

To disinfect a solution of up to 20% bleach and water may be used. Information from the fabric manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

For vinyls shown in Champion VINYL SOLUTIONS IV card:

PATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBERPATTERN NAMECODE IN PART NUMBER
RafiaRAMartiniMR
LavaLV
OlympusOL
BariBAR
TessutoTU

CAUTION: Other cleaning methods are used at the facility’s own risk.

For easy cleaning of recent soiling, promptly wash with a mild soap solution. For a previously soiled area that has not yet penetrated the vinyl surface, scrub with a soft brush using a mild, non-abrasive cleaner.

Cleaning frequency depends on use. Please clean and maintain your furniture regularly.

Clean all spills as soon as possible and use the following cleaning procedures in order for best results.

  • Remove excess spill with a damp cloth. Clean ordinary dirt, dust smudges and ordinary spills with a damp cloth.
  • Use straight application of concentrated cleaners such as Formula 409® or Fantastik®. Rinse with clear water. Wipe with clean cloth.
  • For more difficult stains, use a 6% mixture of bleach with water. Rinse with clear water and dry. Never use bleach in full strength to clean vinyl.

Notes: Please be sure to use a soft brush or cloth saturated with cleaning material. Always test cleaning methods on an inconspicuous area of furniture. If stain persists, stain has probably set. Although this vinyl is resistant to most common stains, some fabric dyes and ballpoint inks can create a permanent stain.

To disinfect a solution of up to 20% bleach and water may be used except on Raffia where a 6% solution may be used. After using bleach solution be sure to rinse area with a soft cloth moistened with clear water and let dry. Bleach solutions not completely removed can fade the material. Never use bleach in full strength to clean these materials. Information in regard to the strength of bleach solution from the vinyl manufacturer is meant to establish an upper limit beyond which damage might occur.

PATTERNCOLORPRODUCT NUMBERCONTENT

Canter EPU

Sand Dollar

09178662

100% EPU Polyurethane

W General Recommendations

  • Clean with water based foam or cleaner
  • Do not saturate with liquids
  • Do not get the furniture wet

Regular Maintenance

  • Clean monthly with a clean, soft, colorfast, damp, soapy cloth or sponge and rinse with clean water

Stain Treatment and Spot Cleaning

A professional cleaning service is recommended.

Treat stains quickly:

  • It will become increasingly difficult to remove the longer a stain is allowed to set
  • Pretest any cleaning method or agent in a small hidden inconspicuous area
  • Several less concentrated applications are less damaging than one concentrated application

Remove fluids immediately by blotting with a clean, colorfast, absorbent cloth Flush stain with water and dry with clean cloth.

 

Rinse all cleaning agents thoroughly with water and wipe with a soft cloth

  • Residue left by cleaning agents will degrade and shorten the life and/or affect the product’s appearance if not removed.

Remove solid or semi-solid substances

  • Using a flat object, remove as much of the stain as possible
  • After removal, vacuum thoroughly using the proper attachments before cleaning with an agent

Abrasive household cleansers and steel wool should be avoided.

 

Bleach Cleanable

To disinfect spray a 4:1 ratio water/bleach mixture on the fabric and allow to linger for the time specified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

Rinse all cleaning agents thoroughly with water and wipe with a soft cloth

  • Residue left by cleaning agents will degrade and shorten the life and/or affect the product’s appearance if not removed

 

Approved Cleaners

This list represents some of the most common options available and is not intended to be comprehensive

  • 3M HB Quat #25
  • 3M Neutral Cleaner 3H
  • 3M Twist-n-Fill #23
  • Accel Prevention
  • Accel TB
  • Asepticare TB + II
  • Betco Quat Stat 5
  • Birex SE
  • Cavicide
  • Cavicide1 and Caviwipes1
  • Caviwipes
  • Citrace
  • Clorox Bleach (4:1 water to bleach)
  • Clorox Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Cleaner
  • Clorox Healthcare Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaner
  • Clorox Pro Quaternary All Purpose Cleaner
  • Clorox Wipes
  • Coverage Spray HB (Steris)
  • Dispatch
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Lysol Advanced Wipes
  • Lysol Spray
  • Optim 33 TB Wipes
  • Oxivir 1
  • Oxivir TB
  • Oxycide
  • PCS Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfectant Cleaner
  • PDI Bleach Germicidal Disposable Wipes
  • PDI Sani-Cloth HB Germicidal
  • PDI Sani-Cloth Plus
  • PDI Super Sani-Cloth
  • PDI Super Sanicloth Bleach
  • Peridox RTU
  • Perisept
  • Rescue
  • Sani-wipes
  • Sanizide
  • Triad III
  • Virex II 256
  • Virex Plus
  • Virox 5 Concentrate
  • Virox 5 RTU
  • Wexcide

For vinyl surface with polyester backing. 

Finish

Soil and Stain Resistant Top Coat

Cleaning Code(W-S) For water-based stains use water-based cleaners. For oil-based stains use solvent-based cleaners. We recommend using a professional cleaning service.

Bleach solutions of up to 10% may be used for more difficult stains.

 

Maintenance / General Recommendations

Clean and maintain your furniture regularly. Cleaning frequency depends on use. We recommend using a professional furniture cleaning service.

Always test cleaning solutions and methods in an inconspicuous area of the furniture before proceeding. Treat spills and stains promptly. The longer the stain remains, the more difficult it will be to remove. Clean spots or stains from the edge of the stain working toward the center.

For regular cleaning and maintenance, remove excess soil with a damp, non-abrasive cloth. Use a solution of mild liquid soap and water. Rinse with clean water and dry.

 

Stain Treatment / Disinfection

For stubborn stains or heavy soiling use a one to one (1:1) solution of concentrated cleaners such as Formula 409® or Fantastik® and water. Wipe with clean, nonabrasive cloth, rinse with water and dry.

For more difficult stains or to disinfect, use a mixture of no more than 10% bleach and 90% water. Always rinse with clean water and dry. Never use full strength bleach to clean this material or any other coated fabric.

 

Do not use alcohol based cleaning agents to clean this product.

We do not recommend the use of hard surface cleaners; however, the following cleaners / disinfectants have been tested for use on this material, diluted per manufacturer’s instructions:

Asepticare® TB+ II

Clorox Healthcare® Hydrogen Peroxide Cleaner Disinfectant Wipes

Coverage® Plus Germicidal Wipes

Dispatch® Diluted (1:10 Dilution)

Finyl Fix™ Vinyl Cleaner

Glance® NA Diluted (1:50 Dilution)

GP Forward™ Diluted (1:64 Dilution)

Lysol® Foaming Disinfectant Cleaner

Oxivir® TB Wipes

OxyCide™ Daily Disinfectant Cleaner

Sani-Cloth® AF3

Stride® Floral Neutral (1:64 dilution daily cleaning, 1:32 dilution cleaning excess dirt)

Stride® Fragrance Free Neutral Cleaner (1:266 Dilution)

Super Sani-Cloth®

Virex® II 256

Virox® 5

Wex-Cide 128 (1:128 Dilution)

Marks are the property of their respective owners. No affiliation or endorsement is implied.

 

If these cleaners/disinfectants are used, the material must be rinsed with clean water and dried with a clean cloth following application. Failure to rinse thoroughly with clean water and to pat dry may lead to cleaner build up and cause surface deterioration (cracking, blisters, peeling, discoloration, etc.).

Do not use cleaners marked “for hard non-porous surfaces only” unless indicated above. Such use may cause surface deterioration (cracking, blisters, peeling, discoloration, etc.).

 

Caution:

  • Indiscriminate use of strong cleaning chemicals can severely damage or discolor this material.
  • Never apply full strength bleach to this material.
  • Avoid cleaners containing abrasives.
  • Do not use heat to clean this material. Hot water, hot water extraction, or steam cleaning is not recommended.
  • Do not saturate material or let cleaning agents pool in seams.
  • Several light applications of a cleaning agent are less harmful than a single concentrated application.
  • Certain apparel dyes, including indigo dyes commonly used in denim jeans, may migrate on to the surface of the material and become visible on lighter colors. This phenomenon is increased by humidity and temperature and may be irreversible.
  • Certain inks, including ball point ink can create permanent stains.
  • If stain persists despite suggested cleaning methods, stain has probably set and may be permanent.
  • Some solvents are highly flammable. Exercise proper care when cleaning with solvents and solvent cleaners. Read and follow manufacturer’s directions on labels.

FAQS

Only on certain models. Not everyone needs or wants the Trendelenburg feature, but you can get it as an option on our Classic Series recliners (54 Series, 56 Series, etc.) and our Ascent and Ascent II recliner lines. Trendelenburg is a standard feature on the Continuum, Passage, Concord, Elevate, and Alō.

Most Classic, Ascent, Ascent II and Continuum recliner models made after March 1999 have quick-release seats, as well as the new Alō recliner. Passage and Concord recliners do not.

It is a relatively simple operation. Once you do it, it quickly becomes second nature:

  • Lock the front casters of the chair. Release the footrest and push the chair back into the full recline position.
  • Locate the thumb screws under the front two corners of the chair seat. These screws will be bright yellow (or black on older models).
  • Remove the screws and place the chair back into the full, upright position by first lifting the seat-back fully upright and then pushing the leg rest back down against the chair firmly until it latches.
  • Standing in front of the chair, lift the seat front slightly and pull the seat toward you, pulling it out like a drawer. Once the seat is removed, you have full access to the inside of the chair for cleaning and maintenance.
  • When you are finished, replace the seat by setting it back on the mechanism, making sure that the metal clip on each side of the seat bottom is under the flange on the mechanism. Slide the seat back into the chair. Make sure the bolts on the front corners of the seat are seated in the holes in the mechanism and replace the thumb screws to secure the seat.

No, never. We do not advise power washing the recliner, electronics or frame.

Various models offer different levels of weight capacity:

  • The Alō recliner comes in both a 300-pound and 500-pound patient weight capacity.
  • Our standard Classic Series recliners have a 300-pound patient weight capacity, as do the Ascent, Ascent II and Passage recliners. They are marked with a red “capacity” label located on the frame at the back of the recliner.
  • Bariatric recliners have a 500-pound patient weight capacity.
  • The Continuum has a 400-pound patient weight capacity.
  • The Concord has a 275-pound patient weight capacity.
  • The Elevate Multi-Purpose chair has a 440-pound patient weight capacity.

All recliners are sold with a warranty. If you have questions or are unsure of the status of your warranty, please contact our Customer Care department at 800-998-5018 with the serial number of your recliner for details.

To browse our products, start with the navigation bar at the top of the page. The Seating links will show you products based on types of chairs, while the Application links show products based on their clinical use. Once you have located the product that seems to best suit your needs, click “View Details” to take you to the product landing page for more information. For additional information, you can find brochures, videos and 3D models of our products on our Design Resources page.

In all cases, we encourage you to contact your local Champion representative or call us at the corporate office. We can help answer any questions and show you how to customize or accessorize your chairs, so you get the level of comfort and functionality you want and need.

Please contact your local Champion sales representative. If you do not know your rep, contact our corporate office at 800-998-5018 for assistance.

First, locate your custom recliner’s serial number on the back of the chair, toward the bottom, on the left-hand side of the frame. After you have the serial number, please contact our Customer Care department at 800-998-5018.

Some features and accessories can be retrofitted. Please locate the serial number on your chair first, then contact our Customer Care department at 800-998-5018 for details.

WHERE TO LOCATE YOUR SERIAL NUMBER:

For our Classic Series, Ascent, Ascent II or Alō recliners with manual recline that have Trendelenburg:

To deploy “Trend,” the patient must first be in a full recline position. Use the leg rest/recline release actuator located on the outside of either arm of the recliner. This will allow the leg rest to raise. If the patient is unable to assist you, manually raise the foot rest as you hold the release lever out to bring the patient’s feet up and achieve the “TV” position. From “TV” position, push the back of the recliner down using either the push handle located at the back or by simply applying pressure to the back of the recliner near the patient’s head.

Once the chair is fully reclined, pull and hold the Trend lever (located on the back of the recliner near the patient’s head) as you lower the chair back to the desired position. Again, do this while holding the Trend lever. (Please note that if you choose to use a “partial” Trend position instead of full Trend, you must always stop at a partial Trend on the way down. If the chair has been fully Trended, you must reset the Trend mechanism by returning the chair to the “TV” position while pulling and holding the Trend lever. Then go to the fully reclined position and stop at the desired position on the way down.)

To release the patient back into the full recline position from a Trended position, pull and hold the Trend lever as you raise the chair to the “TV” position. Release the Trend lever and push the chair back down to full recline with pressure on the back near the head or using the push handle at the back.

 

For the Continuum, Passage and Concord:

Use the foot release Trend, located at the bottom of the recliner. Make sure the patient is in full recline first, then depress the foot-release Trend lever. While the Trend lever is engaged, push the chair back down into Trend and release the foot lever. To release the patient back into the full recline position from Trend, simply pull the chair back up to the seated position.

For our Classic Series, Ascent, Ascent II or Alō Power:

To deploy “Trend,” the patient must be in full recline position (if the patient is in other than full recline position, press the recline button on the handheld remote until the chair is in full recline). From there, pull and hold the Trend lever, which is located on the back of the recliner near the patient’s head. Lower the chair back to the desired position while holding the Trend lever by pressing on the chair back near the patient’s head area or using the push handle at the chair back. (Please note that if you choose to use a “partial” Trend position instead of full Trend, you may stop at any point by releasing the Trend lever. To return from Trend on a recliner with powered recline, pull and hold the Trend release as you lift the chair to the fully reclined position. Once you have reached the fully reclined position, release the Trend actuator. From this position, you may then engage the handheld remote to adjust the chair’s position in recline, or you may return to Trend if necessary.)

The serial number is located at the back of the chair, near the back-left caster, on the metal frame. Look for the Champion label. The serial number is just below our name.

Simply contact us at Champion with the serial number of your recliner, and we can provide the color code for you.

Please dial 800-998-5018.

Champion has a nationwide network of sales reps to meet your needs. If you do not know who your local sales rep is, please contact us at 800-998-5018.

Your local Champion sales rep will have color cards on hand. If you do not know your rep, please contact us at 800-998-5018.

You can also view our online sample room and order specific graded vinyl samples by going to the Design Resources navigation at the top and then clicking on Fabrics & Finishes.

Contact us for more information at 800-998-5018.

All Champion products are U.S. assembled in Elkhart, Indiana. The Elevate, distributed by Champion, is imported from Hungary.

Follow the manufacturer’s cleaning recommendations for your fabric or table options. The use of vinyl conditioners or protectants is not recommended. Some institutional cleaners or disinfectants may cause discoloration of the fabric, and embrittlement of the table.

Use of cleaners, other than those recommended by the manufacturer, is at the clinic’s own risk. Any type of cover you choose can be affected by long-term exposure to hair oils, body oils, lotions, personal care products, and other staining substances like shoe polish and ink. In addition, certain medications may produce a metabolite in the patient’s perspiration which can stain or discolor fabric. You may also want to research the materials that work best with your facility’s infection prevention protocol. If you have any questions, please refer to your Service Manual or call our Customer Service department at 800-998-5018.

For an overview of care and cleaning, watch our video:

Please contact our corporate office at 800-998-5018.

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