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Do you really know flame retardant Oxford fabrics

Flame-retardant Oxford fabric is the same as flame-retardant fabrics of other materials. It is not a non-ignitable fabric. It is just that the fabric fibers will quickly carbonize after being ignited by an open flame to slow down the burning speed of the flame, and will not form a large area of ​​combustion; when the flame leaves The continued burning and smoldering on the back fabric will stop immediately. Flame retardant Oxford fabrics are also divided into two types: raw material flame retardant and finishing flame retardant. The most common raw material-based flame-retardant Oxford fabrics are: aramid flame-retardant Oxford fabrics, modified acrylic flame-retardant Oxford fabrics, and aramid viscose blended flame-retardant Oxford fabrics; and post-finishing flame-retardant Oxford fabrics usually adopt padding baking method or The two methods of adding flame retardant coating achieve the flame retardant effect. The common post-finishing flame-retardant Oxford fabrics in the market include cotton flame-retardant Oxford fabrics, polyester flame-retardant Oxford fabrics, and CVC flame-retardant Oxford fabrics.

The polyester anti-static fluorescent flame-retardant Oxford coated fabric produced by Xinxiang Yulong Textile Co., Ltd. is a multi-functional composite flame-retardant Oxford fabric that combines the four functions of flame-retardant, anti-static, fluorescent and waterproof; the fabric Anti-static silk is woven in both the warp and weft directions, and the back is added with a flame-retardant PU coating, which not only has a good flame-retardant effect, but also can effectively prevent moisture from invading the clothing; this high-tech PU coating is blocking Moisture does not affect the breathability and moisture permeability of the flame-retardant Oxford fabric; therefore, this fabric is the best choice for making flame-retardant cotton clothing in winter, and is very suitable for countries and regions with harsh winter environments such as Russia and Northern Europe.