flame-resistant

flame-resistant

Material that is not susceptible to combustion to the point of propagating a flame beyond safe limits after the ignition is removed.
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The Navy will start using lighter-weight, flame-resistant uniforms in October, a long awaited change on the force's classic design aimed at improving comfort and safety.
Westex by Millikens new flame-resistant fabric, Westex ShieldCXP endows wearers with resistance to burns caused by flammable materials as well as chemical splash.
Sandler's sawaflor thermally bonded nonwovens are made of 100% polyester fibers, recyclable, "virtually free" from formalde hyde, washable and feature flame-resistant qualities which are verified according to the British Standard 5852/11.
LOOK FOR THE CE MARK AND FLAME-RESISTANT LABELS ON COSTUMES
It means they are not subject to laws which state clothing must be flame-resistant before it can go on sale.
According to the company, it offers boots, jeans, hats, shirts, outerwear, protective work wear, flame-resistant apparel, belts and accessories.
30 September 2014 - US private equity investor Resilience Capital Partners said today it had taken over domestic flame-resistant clothing, work wear and casual apparel maker Riverside Manufacturing Company without elaborating on price.
The tents were manufactured with flame-resistant materials, according to the organization.
Bayer's flame-resistant material helps keep our technology covered with a tough shell that meets the highest standards," said Frank Matheis, Corporate Communications Director, Curtis Instruments.
In the cockpit it's probably 15 to 16 degrees hotter than it is outside, given you've four layers of Nomex (the flame-resistant clothing) and your helmet.
The company also displayed flame-resistant silicone elastomers for use in rail vehicles and aircraft.
It consists mostly of flame-resistant rayon and smaller percentages of an anti-ballistic material Twaron and nylon.