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Flame Retardant Fabric
- Mar 28, 2018 -

According to the market analysis, North America, the United States and Europe Flame Retardant (FR) Technology development momentum is very good. John Phifer, a technology manager at Spartanburg, Apexical, South Carolina, said the situation predicts that the market will continue to develop and that it needs to innovate; Consumer Product Safety Committee (CPSC) Bedding standards and non-halogen flame-retardant treatment techniques are more interesting.

California is a popular area of activity in the United States, and other States are often took direction. According to Ceo,bob McKinnon of Basofil Fiber company in Charlotte, North Carolina, California State is a pioneer in this regard. A number of decrees and norms were completed and adopted in 2005, such as the Federal Standard CFR 1633, which is expected to have more fire-retardant action. By the end of 2006, most major bedding producers wanted to produce and sell such products.

Through the CPSC and California State efforts, will be the first to release a number of flame retardant standards, these standards are not only related to bedding, but also related to home decoration and bedding fabrics. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Director of the CIBA Plastics additive business Paul Shields anticipates that the use of flame retardant or barrier fabrics will be favored in accordance with the standard content, and that a conservation-resistant product with the necessary FR efficiency will be the most cost-effective approach.