There are two fundamental reasons why flame-retardant fabrics can be flame-retardant. One is to accelerate fiber dehydration and carbonization to reduce combustible substances to achieve flame retardancy, such as the ammonia treatment of the fabric and the treatment of cotton cloth; the other is to change the inner fiber of the fiber through a chemical process. The structure reduces combustible components and achieves the purpose of flame retardant.
For example, acrylonitrile fiber is a modified acrylic fiber, which is copolymerized with acrylonitrile monomer and vinyl compound containing flame retardant elements. It has a wool-like hand feel and high flame retardancy, and has acid and chemical resistance. .
The flame-retardant fiber in the flame-retardant tooling fabric can greatly slow down the burning speed of the work clothes, and it can be extinguished immediately after leaving the fire source, and the burning part needs to be able to be carbonized quickly without melting, dripping or piercing, giving people time to evacuate from burning Take off the burning clothes at the scene, reduce or avoid burns and scalds, and achieve the purpose of protection.
With the advancement of people's lives and the development of skills, semi-washable flame-retardant fabrics and durable flame-retardant fabrics are now more and more popular and loved by people.