Flame Retardant Fabric is a fire-resistant layer that is used for a wide range of products, such as plastics and rubber. This product can also be used for fabrics that have high absorption qualities, such as polyester. IFR fabrics can absorb up to 500 times its own weight in water vapor per square inch, which makes it one of the safest possible fabrics for use when flammable liquids are present.
In comparison to ordinary cotton or wool, flame retardant fabrics do not catch fire quickly and easily, allowing them to be used for clothing, bedding, or any other item that may contain flammable ingredients.
When choosing a protective fabric, make sure to purchase an en standard type so that you get the best protection. En standard means that the product complies with federal fire safety standards and is certified as flame retardant by an accredited agency. Fire-retardant fabric is widely used in a wide variety of protective clothing and coveralls. Its availability and affordability have made it a popular choice for companies in the construction and welding fields. The fabric is used in a vast number of products including roofing shingles, floor coverings and ceiling coatings, but it is most often found in coveralls, work wear and heavy industrial gear.
Our wholesale flame retardant yarn fabric are mainly exported to dozens of countries including the United States, Germany, Japan, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Australia, Canada, etc.