What is the difference between cotton brocade C/N flame […]
What is the difference between cotton brocade C/N flame retardant fabric and CVC flame retardant fabric? Cotton flame retardant fabric is a blend of cotton and nylon. Usually the ratio is 88% cotton, 12% nylon; 90% cotton, 10% nylon. CVC flame-retardant fabric is a cotton-polyester synthetic fabric with a cotton content of 50% or more, commonly known as CVC products. They all have high strength and good washability. The difference is in the difference in their main sales markets. Cotton flame retardant fabrics are mainly sold to the Americas and Russia. Australia. CVC flame retardant fabrics are mainly sold to the European market.
What is the shrinkage rate, tear strength, and carbon length of the flame retardant fabric? The complex inspection process of the flame-retardant fabric test room requires testing many projects. Today we mainly talk about the shrinkage rate, tear strength and carbon length of the flame-retardant fabric.
The shrinkage rate of the flame retardant garment refers to the percentage of the fabric shrinkage after the fabric is washed or soaked. Test results to prove whether the garment has shrunk.
The tear strength of the flame retardant fabric is the degree of firmness of the fabric, and the stretch indicates the amount of force required for the breakage. On the one hand, it indicates the degree of stability and elasticity of the fabric. The less it is easy to tear, the stronger the fabric.
The carbon length of the flame-retardant fabric refers to the length of the fabric carbonized after the fabric is ignited by a certain period of time and the flame is completely extinguished. Indicates the flame retardant properties of the fabric.