1. Product Introduction
The Cotton Nylon Arc Prevention Fabric resists arcing and is made with high-tech craftsmanship. The fabric has the characteristics of permanent fireproofing and insulation such as heat resistance, flame retardancy, non-combustion, non-melting and H-class electrical insulation. When an arc explosion occurs, the high-tech material will rapidly expand and the fabric will be carbonized, so that the density of the arc-proof clothing will increase and become thicker, and the protective layer will be formed rapidly, thereby minimizing the contact damage between human skin and arc heat. . The arc-proof suit made with this Cotton Nylon Arc Prevention Fabric has excellent characteristics, light, breathable, moisture permeable, permanent anti-static, healthy and environmentally friendly.
The fabric is certified to be flammable and compliant with IEC 61482-1-2, ASTM F1506, ASTM F1959 and other flame retardant standards.
ATPV values and EBT values are also values that measure the arc protection capability of arc-proof fabrics.
The ATPV value is based on the Stoll curve, and the energy incident on the material has a 50% probability that sufficient heat will penetrate the sample to cause a second degree burn. That is, the thermal radiation protection value of the arc-proof fabric.
The EBT value is a 50% probability that the energy incident on the material will rupture the sample. When the total area of the holes generated in the fabric exceeds 1.6cm2, we regard it as cracking. That is, the arc protection rupture value of the arc-proof fabric
When the two appear in the same type of anti-arc fabric test report, only the lowest value can be taken as the grade standard of the fabric, otherwise it will bring potential safety hazards to users.
2. Product Specification
3. Product Application
4. Production Factory
5. Product Qualification
6. Product Common Color
7. Deliver and Shipping
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.