Flame Resistant Fabric
ITEM: CBF is similar to carbon fibre and fibreglass, but has better mechanical properties than fibreglass. It is used as a fireproof textile in the aerospace and automotive industries and can also be used as a composite to produce a wide range of products. They are particularly suitable for anti-toxicity, anticorrosion, radiation - proof, fire-proof purpose and for shielding equipments. Needled felt, Chemical resistant materials, Infrastructure repair and strengthening.
Q: What is flame-resistant fabric?
A: Flame-resistant fabric is a type of material that is designed to resist ignition and self-extinguish once the source of ignition is removed.
Q: What is the difference between fire-retardant and flame-resistant fabrics?
A: Fire-retardant fabrics are treated to slow down or prevent the spread of fire, while flame-resistant fabrics are inherently resistant to ignition and combustion.
Q: Is all flame-resistant fabric fireproof?
A: No, flame-resistant fabric is not fireproof, but it is designed to resist ignition and self-extinguish once the source of ignition is removed.
Q: What is the lifespan of flame-resistant fabric?
A: The lifespan of flame-resistant fabric can vary depending on the specific type of fabric and how it is used, but many flame-resistant fabrics can retain their properties for the life of the garment.
Q: What types of industries use flame-resistant fabric?
A: Flame-resistant fabric is commonly used in industries such as oil and gas, electric utilities, and welding, where workers are exposed to high heat or potential fire hazards.