There are thousands of industries in the world, what industry do you all work in? No matter what kind of work you do, you need to have a basic guarantee of safety. Putting safety in the first place is not only responsible for yourself, but also for your family. Then here I’ll give you a little more information about what flame retardant clothing is. Flame retardant work clothes are not foolproof, but they can protect the wearer from flash fires and the damage caused by flames to people, and can extend the escape time for the wearer, greatly reducing the great harm caused to people and minimizing potential burns. These overalls come with reflective strips on the shoulders, arms and legs of the garment for added visibility and safety.
First of all, fire retardant work clothes are divided into two types: permanent flame retardant and acquired flame retardant. The former is the fabric itself with flame retardant fibers, with innate flame retardant properties, and washing and friction will not affect the flame retardant performance of the clothing itself. Acquired flame retardant it can not be washed more than 50 times at most, the more times it is washed the weaker its flame retardant properties, so acquired flame retardant clothing than the permanent flame retardant clothing security is a little lower. FR clothing is made of high quality fabric plus to the anti-static strip to ensure that it does not increase the degree of human burns in an accident, it also has thermal insulation can prevent the intrusion of heat, intact protection of the skin is not exposed to the danger.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission requires that the flame retardant chemicals used in garments must be non-toxic, but manufacturers are not required to indicate this in their garments, but what can be guaranteed is that the flame retardant garments are non-toxic when they are used. Our Xinke’s garments have the highlights of non-toxic and green, in addition to our company is developing recyclable and environmentally friendly garments, and is committed to providing consumers with a set of green and safe work clothes, the safety of the wearer.
When cleaning safety clothing such as flame retardant clothing must be used without hydrogen peroxide, bleach and detergents, such chemicals can reduce the characteristics of the clothing and cause safety hazards. When cleaning, use water not exceeding 40 degrees to clean the flame retardant clothing. If you do not want to reduce the functionality and service life of flame retardant clothing, you must maintain and strictly follow the instructions for flame retardant clothing for cleaning and storage.