Cotton Polyester Twill Flameproof Fabric
FABRIC DESCRIPTION AND KEY FEATURES #CP320AS, is one line of DROTEX® FIREPRO fabric Series for fire retardant workwear which is blended by more than 60% cotton and less than 40% polyester, most items are ring spun in both warp and weft. It is durable against industry washing, stand 50 times...
FABRIC DESCRIPTION AND KEY FEATURES
#CP320AS, is one line of DROTEX® FIREPRO fabric Series for fire retardant workwear which is blended by more than 60% cotton and less than 40% polyester, most items are ring spun in both warp and weft. It is durable against industry washing, stand 50 times washing, non-poisonous to smell, safe to human body, softy and comfortable to wear. So, besides excellent cotton properties like comfort and air permeability, it also has good features of polyester fibers, such as better elasticity and flexibility. FIREPRO fabric Series is stiff and smooth, crinkle-resistant and durable.
Its excellent advantages:
2. Better crisp feature.
3. Superior color fastness.
4.Excellent dimensional stability.
FIREPRO usually has multi functions like antistatic, oil-water repellent, liquid chemical repellent, high visibility,anti-arc,etc.It applies to metallurgy, machinery, forestry, fire fighting and other trades. This fbric also can be used as decorative fabric to avoid fire hazard.
Summary of Testing Results:
Physical & Chemical Performance
ISO 13934: warp/weft >700N
ISO 13937: warp/weft >38N
ISO 5077: warp/weft -2%
ISO 12947: over 50000 cycles
ISO 105: light 4-5, dark 3-4
Oil water repellency
EN ISO 14419 level 5
ISO 4920: level 5
Details of flameproof oil-water repellent fabric:
80%Cotton 19%Polyester 1% Antistatic fiber
THPC, Pyrovatex CPnew, Oil water repellent
permanent flameproof, oil water repellent
launderable, non-poisonous, odorless, non-irritating, breathable
moisture-absorption and comfortable to wear
more than 60times
color fastness 4grade, shringkage 3%
EN 11611(EN470-1) -welding
EN 11612(EN531) -industrial flame and heat hazards
EN14116(EN 533) index 3- heat and flame retardant
ISO4920 Oil repellency Test level 5
ISO14419 Spray Test level 5
workwear, coveralls, overalls, garments, jackets, pants, suits
The fields of use
mining, welding, military, petrochemical, metallurgy industry, etc
Why Choose US
1. Free samples available
2.Customized pattern, width , weight ,thickness
5.Strong R&D and QC team
6. Nice pre-sale service and after -sale service
7.Steps of the process is supervised
EN11611: Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes.
EN11612: Protective clothing. Clothing to protect against heat and flame.
EN14116: Protective clothing. Protection against heat and flame. Limited flame spread materials,
material assemblies and clothing.
EN1149-5: Electrostatic properties. Material performance and design requirements.
EN61482-1-2 Box test Class 1: Live Working – Protective Clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc.
What is flame resistance?
As defined by NFPA 2112, “Flame resistance is the property of material where combustion is prevented, terminated, or inhibited following the application of a flaming or non flaming source of ignition with or without the subsequent removal of the ignition source.” Flame Resistance can be an inherent property of the textile or it can be imparted by specific treatment.
What is the difference between inherently flame-resistant fabrics and chemically treated FR fabrics?
In Inherently flame resistant fabric the actual structure of the fiber itself is non flammable, which means the protection is permanent. The protection is built into the fiber and can never be worn away or washed out. Chemically treated FR fabrics have a chemical additive in the fiber or treatment on the fabric that is used to provide some level of flame retardancy.
Who should wear FR clothing?
flame-resistant clothing is designed for workers in areas of electrical maintenance, utilities, oil and gas, petrochemical, and steel, who work in an environment where they are at risk of being exposed to electric arc and/or flash fires. In the event of momentary electric arc, flash fire, or molten metal splash, non-flame-resistant work clothes can ignite and will continue to burn even after the source of ignition has been removed. Untreated natural fabrics will continue to burn until the fabric is completely consumed and non-flame-resistant synthetic fabrics will burn, melt, and drip causing severe contact burns to the skin.
How does flame-resistant clothing help protect against burn injury?
The use of flame-resistant clothing will provide thermal protection at the exposure area. FR clothing will self-extinguish after the source of ignition is removed, limiting the severity of the burn, as well as the amount of burn injury.