1. Product Introduction
Anti Arc Flash Satin Fabric
Material：88%cotton 12% acrylic
Standards: NFPA70E, ASTM F1506, ASTM F1959, IEC 61482-1-2, EN 11611, EN13034,EN114-3
Conventional arc-proof fabrics usually use post-treatment with chemical reagents to achieve arc-proof performance, and the free formaldehyde contained therein easily causes symptoms such as allergies, which is detrimental to human health. The Anti Arc Flash Satin Fabric uses advanced raw materials and eliminates the need for any chemical treatment to ensure the health of the wearer from the source.
2. Product Specification
3. Product Application
4. Production Factory
5. Product Qualification
6. Product Common Color
7. Deliver and Shipping
Q: How do normal fabrics react to ignition?
A: Normal fabrics and garments will burn away from the point of ignition with an increasing rate of flame spread and continue to burn after removal of the ignition source. Normal fabrics will continue to burn until they are extinguished or all flammable material is consumed.
Q: What is the best FR fiber or fabric?
A: There is no perfect flame-resistant fabric system that meets all needs. Each FR fiber or treated fabric has certain properties that, depending on end use requirements,can be either benefits or shortcomings. Blending different fibers attempts to balance these properties for maximum fabric performance.
Q: Is 100% cotton flame resistant?
A: No. In most cases, 100% cotton is flammable. It can ignite and continue to burn after being exposed to an ignition source. Many people understand the burning and melting hazards of nylon and polyester fabrics, but fail to recognize the danger of wearing 100% cotton when exposed to an ignition source. However, cotton can be a good fabric to wear underneath proper FR clothing.