Flame Retardant Fabrics

For the production of clothing using a variety of specialized tissues, which differ in composition, weave, density, type of impregnation. Such fabrics can be used for several purposes. Should have certain characteristics that are needed for a comfortable and safe operation. Fabric "Fleymshild 400", one of the best indicators for fabrics with fire retardant properties. Has high barrier properties and easy to wear. The design allows the fabric sparks and splashes of metal slide, do not burn fabric. Fire-resistant properties are preserved for a long time (200 washes).

Prozhigaemost this tissue more than 50 seconds. Perhaps check out ConocoPhillips for more information. Ingredients: 100% cotton. Lack – high cost of tissue, and therefore the cost of finished products. Next, consider the fabric "canvas." Technical fabric and depending on the manufacturer's sheet may be of varying quality, density and composition. Fireproofing properties attached to fabric treatment chemicals. Most often used for sewing canvas gloves, suits welders. Minuses: stiffness of fabric, fire-resistant properties are maintained up to the first wash.

Advantage: low price. Blended fabrics. In order to prolong the wear of the tissues and raising the wear, thus extending the range of synthetic fabrics, because of their positive qualities (crease, durability, breathability), produce blended fabrics. Their composition can vary: 70% wool and 30% synthetic fiber, 40% wool and 60% synthetic fiber, 45% wool and 55% polyester silk fiber, 20% wool and 80% polyacrylonitrile fiber, etc. Mixed fabrics are elastic, wrinkle resistance, they do not need ironing, they do not cause allergies in people with sensitive skin, persistent depreciation, they have many advantages over conventional classic fabrics. Therefore, in recent years have seen a growing demand for blended fabrics. Acrylic – a synthetic fiber paper, with proven high quality. Dimensional stability, protected from moths. Angora – Angora wool goats and angora rabbits. Very fine, fluffy and silky. Used in knitting, both independently and in combination with other types of wool to improve strength.