The flame retardant used in the production process of Proban flame retardant fabric is a durable finishing flame retardant for cotton fiber and its blended fabric. Its main feature is the use of this flame retardant and its production process. A permanent cross-linking is formed inside the flame retardant fabric, so that the flame retardant fabric has durability and flame retardancy, and can be washed more than 50 times. This flame retardant fabric not only effectively suppresses the spread of flame, but also maintains the original properties of the fabric.
The flame retardant fabrics processed by Proban have been widely used in industrial and civil applications in various countries. In steel mills, glass factories, forging and foundries, and all possible flames, Proban flame retardant fabrics have been used. Good flame retardant properties provide users with safer protection. In addition, in public places such as hospitals, hotels, airports, ships, railways, etc., Proban flame retardant fabrics are often used to make work uniforms and sheets, curtains and other products that have corresponding requirements for flame retardancy.
The flame retardant performance of the flame retardant fabric is very prominent. It is only charred when burned, and does not cause perforation, shrinkage, melting and dripping. In the contrast experiment of Proban flame retardant fabric and ordinary cotton fabric overalls, the flame stops after 15 seconds of contact with the flame. At this time, the Proban flame retardant fabric no longer burns, while the ordinary cotton fabric continues to burn. After 2 minutes, the latter fabric has been burned. Completely burned.
The flame retardant clothing made of Proban flame retardant fabric has excellent washing resistance, non-toxic, tasteless, non-irritating, safe and reliable to the human body, breathable and moisture-permeable, soft to the touch and comfortable to wear. Its performance can be tested by ENGS12 (formerly EN531), EN11611 (formerly EN470-1), EN533, 16CFR, NFPA2112, ASTM and other standards by SGS, MTL, TUV and other authoritative organizations.