PVC fabric is one of the most common fire and water-resistant materials. It is used in many applications, from truck tarpaulins to the construction industry to aerospace.
PVC fireproof fabric is based on glass fiber, coated with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) paste resin, and added with various chemical additives such as flame retardant, accelerator, mildew inhibitor, anti-aging agent, antistatic agent, etc. It is plasticized at high temperatures.
PVC fabric has the properties of flame retardant, waterproof, mildew proof, cold resistance, aging resistance, anti-static, etc. It can produce products with different functions, colors, thicknesses, and sizes according to user needs.
It can be used in shipyards, power plants, ports, and chemical plants to cover objects and equipment to prevent welding slag from falling and damaging equipment.
PVC Coated Polyester - Fire Resistant is a problematic, versatile product with excellent abrasion, weathering, and ozone resistance. This quality of PVC polyester is fire resistant and satisfies the demands of BS7837:1996, which analyzes the flammability of fabrics utilized in building outdoor tents and frameworks.
Fire-resistant PVC polyester is frequently used in tarpaulin and covers applications where a fire-resistant product is needed. This functional product has a matt coating and can be made right into a selection of securing, welding, and sewing items such as flush caps, sleeves, chutes, bellows, and more.