Cotton flame-retardant fabric produced by Yulong Textile - YULONG SAFETY

Cotton flame-retardant fabric produced by Yulong Textile


The all-cotton flame-retardant fabric produced by Yulong Textile in Xinxiang City, the all-cotton cotton fabric is a textile made of cotton as raw material, through the loom, the warp and weft yarns are interwoven vertically and horizontally. Generally, there is a label written [cotton] /Cotton/C. Features of pure cotton: ① Hygroscopicity: Cotton fiber has good hygroscopicity. Under normal conditions, the fiber can absorb moisture from the surrounding atmosphere, and its moisture content is 8-10%, so it touches human skin and makes people feel soft and soft. Not stiff.    ② Moisture retention: Because cotton fiber is a poor conductor of heat and electricity, the thermal conductivity is extremely low, and because cotton fiber itself has the advantages of porosity and high elasticity, a large amount of air can accumulate between the fibers, and air is a poor conductor of heat and electricity. . </div>\r\n<div>\r\n③ Heat resistance: Pure cotton fabrics have good heat resistance. When the temperature is below 110℃, it will only cause the moisture on the fabric to evaporate without damaging the fiber. ④ Alkali resistance: cotton fiber has a high resistance to alkali. When cotton fiber is in an alkali solution, the fiber will not be damaged. This performance is conducive to the washing of pollution after consumption, disinfection and removal of impurities. ⑤ Hygiene: Cotton fiber is a natural fiber, its main component is cellulose, and a small amount of waxy substances, nitrogenous substances and pectin. Xinxiang City Yulong Textile obtained the domestic flame-retardant standard certification. Regarding the use of flame-retardant materials, there are many domestic regulations and different requirements. Therefore, the relevant testing parts of various regions are based on different testing standards. The current domestic regulations on flame-retardant fabrics mainly include: 1. GB50222-95 (2001 revised edition "Code for Fire Protection Design of Interior Decoration" 2. GBT 5454-1997 Oxygen Index Method for Textile Combustion Performance Test" 3. GBT 5455-1997 "Textile Flammability Test Vertical Method" 4, GB 8624-1997 "Classification Method for Building Materials Flammability" (replaced by GB 8624-2006) 5. GB 50210-2001 "Code for Quality Acceptance of Building Decoration Engineering" 6. GA 504 -2004 "Flame Retardant Decorative Fabrics" 7, GB 8624-2006 "Classification of the Burning Performance of Building Materials and Products" 8. GB 20286-2006 "Requirements and Labels for the Combustion Performance of Flame Retardant Products and Components in Public Places" 9. GA2009 "Fire Protection for Construction Projects" Acceptance Evaluation Rules