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All Jacaranda’s carpet ranges are tested to European or ISO standards by independent companies, the results are summarised above and are used to assign Floorcovering Standard Symbols (FCSS) for usage to each range.

A
Class 21 – Light domestic use
B
Class 22 – General/medium domestic use
C
Class 22+ – General/medium to heavy domestic use
D
Class 23 – Heavy domestic use
E
Class 31 – Moderate contract. Low or intermittent use
F
Class 32 – General contract. Areas with medium traffic
G
Class 33 – Heavy contract. Heavier traffic
H
Class 34 – Very heavy, intense contract use
o
Luxury – 5 tufts for the most luxurious, 1 tuft for the least
i
Stairs – Recommended for all
h
Stairs – Suitable for domestic buildings only
i
Stairs – Not suitable
f
Approved for domestic castor chair use. Castors cause extreme stress and wear, we recommend the use of protective castor mats even for carpets with this rating
L
Antistatic. Measured voltage is lower than 2kV after walking
R
Burning behaviour is strictly regulated for building products, fire categories for floorcoverings vary from B high to F low. Classes Cfl and Bfl are often required for public or commercial buildings but rules vary between countries. Classes D to B are subdivided with smoke density for S1 lower than for S2
GUT environmental certification
 Environmental certification under Australian Carpet Classification Scheme
Colourfastness to light: 8 represents no change, down to 1 for severe fading
Colourfastness to rubbing and water: 5 represents no change, down to 1 for severe fading
All Jacaranda’s broadlooms carry the CE mark available for download on the Declaration of Performance documents (DOP’s)