Flame retardancy of polyester knitted fabric
- Jul 04, 2018 -

The performance of polyester knit fabrics to prevent burning is called flame retardancy. Modern life has higher and higher requirements for textile flame retardant. Hotel decorative fabrics, automotive textiles, children's clothing and some special overalls need to be flame retardant. The difference in the ability of textile fiber to burn is divided into:
(1) Flammable fibers. Fast burning, eutectic fiber, acrylic fiber, etc.
(2) Combustible fiber. Slow burning, such as wool, silk, nylon, polyester and acetate fibers.
(3) Flame retardant fiber. Burning when in contact with the flame,  self-extinguishing, no disaster. Such as polyvinyl chloride, nitrile chloride, vinyl chloride, flame retardant polyester or flame retardant viscose fiber.
(4) Non-combustible fiber. It does not burn when in contact with flames, such as asbestos fibers, fiberglass, fluorocarbon, aromatized carbon fibers, and Nomex.

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