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What is the difference between fireproof cloth and flame-retardant cloth


Release date:

2023-08-31

In terms of characteristics, flame-retardant cloth has the advantages of non combustible, high-temperature resistance, sealing, non irritating, anti-corrosion, soft texture, and durability, making it convenient to wrap objects and equipment with uneven surfaces. It can effectively maintain objects away from hot spots and spark areas, and completely hinder or block the characteristics of incineration. Fireproof cloth can effectively maintain the hot spot and spark area of objects, and completely hinder or block incineration.
Fireproof coating, also known as fiberglass coating, is a fire-resistant cloth that is mechanically coated with high-temperature adhesive on the surface of fiberglass cloth, and has a wide range of applications.
The wide uses of fireproof cloth are as follows:
1. Shipbuilding industry
2. Large steel structures
3. Fireproof equipment for on-site welding and gas cutting of electric power maintenance
4. Fire curtains, fire blankets, fire bags, welding, fire walls, etc
Flame retardant fabric refers to a fabric that can automatically extinguish within 12 seconds of leaving the open flame, even if ignited. Fireproof fabric is a type of fiber fabric that has been specially treated. Generally, the so-called flameproof fabric on the market is flame-retardant fabric, which can be flame-retardant and flame retardant.

In terms of characteristics, flame-retardant cloth has the advantages of non combustible, high-temperature resistance, sealing, non irritating, anti-corrosion, soft texture, and durability, making it convenient to wrap objects and equipment with uneven surfaces. It can effectively maintain objects away from hot spots and spark areas, and completely hinder or block the characteristics of incineration. Fireproof cloth can effectively maintain the hot spot and spark area of objects, and completely hinder or block incineration.