We offer 14 different vinyl colors in-stock at EVS Ltd. However, additional custom and contract colors are available. We can assist you in coordinating the color of your seating vinyl with an upholstery-grade vinyl. This medical-grade vinyl is available in cut yardage and is ideal for covering door panels and cabinet trim as well.
Seamless seats and cushions require a special heavy-duty vinyl. We purchase from all major vinyl manufacturers. Cleaning is easy with our advance medi+GARD protective finish; see more on that below the color choices.
To view a color in more detail, click on the thumbnail image.
Though the color swatches shown above are very close to actual vinyl colors, they are not intended to be used as an exact color match. They may vary for individual user experience due to display settings out of our control.
To get more information on our vinyl color options, or to request a custom color, please reach out to us! We look forward to showing you all the possibilities.
California Fire Regulation
Exceeds the industry accepted Wyzenbeek test standard for abrasion.
Each vinyl provides outstanding protection in difficult emergency vehicle environments.
Vinyls have been formulated to achieve a superior level of disinfectability using products containing sodium hypochlorite (common household bleach) diluted 1:10.
Cleaning is made easy with EVS’s selection of vinyls and their protective finish. While staining and soiling from bodily fluids are common in the harsh environment of ambulances, the manufacturer’s sulfide stain-resistant formulation allows most to be removed using the following methods.
Method 1: Light Soiling
Clean with warm water and liquid cleaner such as Formula 409® Cleaner and Degreaser or an equivalent cleaner with a sponge or soft cloth.
Method 2: Heavy Soiling
Clean with a soft white cloth dampened with lighter fluid (naphtha). Rub gently and rinse with a water dampened cloth.
Method 3: Bodily Fluid Stains
Clean with a soft white cloth with a solution of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite); 10% bleach, and 90% water. Rub gently then rinse with a water-dampened cloth to remove bleach concentrate.