Protective technical clothing

Flame retardant and fire proof fabrics, cut resistant fabrics, wear-resistant for protective technical clothing

Technical clothing refers to those clothes that are designed to be worn in high-risk environments, such as those involving the presence of fire or sharp objects. Protective technical clothing is very important because it provides protection to workers from potential hazards in the workplace.

The production of fire proof, cut-resistant and protective fabrics requires great attention to quality and safety. First of all, the fibers must be carefully selected to ensure they are suitable for use in technical clothing. Subsequently, the fibers must be woven together to create a resistant and durable fabric.

Once woven, fabrics must undergo a series of tests to ensure they are resistant to fire and cutting. These tests are carried out using rigorous standards that have been developed to ensure worker safety. If the fabrics pass the tests, they can be used to create fire and cut-resistant protective clothing.

Fire and cut-resistant technical clothing is used in a wide range of industrial sectors, including construction, refineries, wind energy production, oil and gas production, and chemical material production. These sectors require high-quality technical clothing to protect workers from hazards in the workplace. Protective clothing is a critical component of worker safety in many industries, including those in the petroleum, chemical, and energy sectors.

The fire proof and cut-resistant fabrics produced by Technofabric for personal protective equipment

Kevlar and polyethylene composite fabrics that have high cut resistance and can be fabricated by weaving and knitting techniques1

Nomex is a brand name for a flame-resistant meta-aramid material developed by DuPont in the early 1960s and first marketed in 1967. It is a type of nylon that has high thermal, chemical, and radiation resistance.

Fiberglass is a type of fiber-reinforced plastic using glass fiber. The fibers may be randomly arranged, flattened into a sheet, or woven into glass cloth. The plastic matrix may be a thermoset polymer or a thermoplastic.

Cut-Tex® PRO fabric that is made of aramid and offers cut level 5 protection and flame retardancy

Textile laminates that combine different layers of fabrics to enhance cut resistance and mechanical performance.

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