Analysis on the types of fire-retardant fabrics for fire-fighting clothing

As far as the flame-retardant effect of fire-retardant fabrics is concerned, both cotton-nylon flame-retardant fabrics and aramid flame-retardant fabrics have outstanding and superior flame-retardant effects. It should be pointed out that their flame-retardant finishing methods are different. . Cotton and nylon flame-retardant fabrics are mostly used after finishing and flame-retardant, and the washing effect can reach more than 50 times; while aramid flame-retardant fabrics are more made of natural permanent flame-retardant fibers, which have a certain permanent flame-retardant effect. .

In terms of the difference in composition between cotton-nylon flame-retardant fabrics and aramid flame-retardant fabrics, cotton-nylon flame-retardant fabrics have the characteristics of high wear resistance, high strength, breathability, moisture permeability, quick drying, and easy washing due to the addition of high tenacity nylon. It also has a certain degree of protection against arc damage. At present, cotton-nylon flame-retardant fabrics are not only used for fire protection, but also widely used for flame-retardant protection in the electric power industry and electric welding industry, as well as the safety protection of industrial workers in exploration, petrochemical, steelmaking, and mining industries.

Aramid flame retardant fabrics have extremely excellent fire and flame retardant properties, as well as certain arc protection, chemical corrosion resistance, thermal protection properties, and wear resistance and tear resistance. Occupational fire protection made of aramid flame retardant fabrics The clothing has the characteristics of non-burning, non-melting, non-smoke, and non-shrinkage in case of fire; at present, aramid flame-retardant fabrics are widely used in firefighting, motor sports, military logistics equipment, aviation, petroleum, chemical and electric power and other industries.

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