Flame Resistant Fabric: What is Treated Fabric?
Fabric is a combination of fibers that, when put with other pieces of fabric, make a garment. Fabric can be thought of as the manufacturing stage between fiber and garment. Treated fabrics are those that have a flame retardant chemical applied to make them flame resistant. Fibers used in these fabrics aren’t usually thought of as protective. They become flame resistant because of the chemical treatment.
The fibers used in these fabrics are usually 100% cotton fibers or are some combination of cotton and nylon. With regard to durability, the fabric made up of cotton fibers provides little resistance to abrasion. The fabrics with the nylon fiber added to them perform much better with resistance to abrasion. Treated fabrics work well in utility, oil and gas, chemical, and petrochemical applications.
Flame retardant fabrics are chemically treated to be slow burning or self-extinguishing when exposed to an open flame. These fabrics can be made from any material, but they must be treated with special chemicals to qualify as flame retardant.
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