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  • What is the science behind flame retardant clothing

    What is the science behind flame retardant clothing

    When flames, sparks or intense FR Protecting Cover Fabric heat reach flammable substances, chemical reactions occur, producing heat and light. This reaction is called "combustion" and is the basis of fire. Have you ever wondered how protective flame-retardant  fabrics can prevent fire? Arc flash, fl... Read More

    30-12-2020 News
  • The ins and outs of flame retardant fabrics

    The ins and outs of flame retardant fabrics

    Fire retardant fabrics are used in everything from IFR Curtain Fabric high-end upholstery to soft furnishings to schoolroom curtains - but what exactly qualifies a fabric as "fire retardant"? Read on to discover what makes a fabric count as flame retardant, how flame resistant fabrics are made and s... Read More

    25-12-2020 News
  • Does IFR mean it is more flame retardant than FR

    Does IFR mean it is more flame retardant than FR

    I have posted a number FR Tent Fabric of times on the issue of flame retardancy of stage curtains, in part because it is one of my areas of expertise though I still have a lot to learn but mostly because I find that it is not only an important topic, but also an area about which there are many misco... Read More

    17-12-2020 News
  • How are flame retardant fabrics classified

    How are flame retardant fabrics classified

    The FR Protecting Cover Fabric flame-retardant fabric is processed by the internationally renowned "PROBAN" production process. The flame retardant used is a durable finishing flame retardant for cotton fiber and its blended fabric Its main feature is that after finishing with this flame retardant a... Read More

    11-12-2020 News
  • What is the essence of flame retardant fabrics

    What is the essence of flame retardant fabrics

    Flame-retardant fabrics and FR Protecting Cover Fabric flame-retardant fabrics are divided into intrinsic fiber flame-retardant fabrics and post-finish flame-retardant fabrics. Post-finish flame-retardant fabrics are divided into two types: disposable flame-retardant, semi-permanent flame-retardant ... Read More

    03-12-2020 News
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