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  • 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
  • What are the benefits of flame retardant fabrics used in car interiors

    What are the benefits of flame retardant fabrics used in car interiors

    It is also very common FR 3 Pass Coated Blackout Curtain Fabric to use flame-retardant fabrics in car interiors, but many people don't know what kind of flame-retardant fabrics are used. Today I will take you to find out. Automotive textiles are generally required to have abrasion resistance, light ... Read More

    26-11-2020 News
  • How to maintain AR/FR work clothes

    How to maintain AR/FR work clothes

    As a safety professional, you’re no doubt FR Protecting Cover Fabric familiar with the industry-guiding standard of NFPA 2112. This crucial set of guidelines ensures that workers are protected from flash fire in an industrial environment by flame resistant (FR) work wear.It not only provides minimum... Read More

    19-11-2020 News
  • What are the standards for flame retardant protective clothing

    What are the standards for flame retardant protective clothing

    Flame-retardant FR Coated Fabric protective clothing: refers to protective clothing that can slow down the spread of flames and carbonize clothing to form an isolation layer after directly receiving flames and hot objects to protect the safety and health of the human body. Clothing requirements: Use... Read More

    12-11-2020 News
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