Fire Resistant (FR)

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About LEVITEX® Inherent FR Fabrics

LEVITEX® Inherent Flame Resistant Fabric features a Stability composition

LEVITEX® Fire-resistant fabrics make clothing that protects workers from serious injury when struck by arcs, flames, or molten metal. These self-extinguishing fabrics will not continue burning after the heat source has been removed and don’t melt even if exposed at high temperatures.

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Customers Also Ask


Is Fire-Resistant Fireproof?

No, fire-resistant is not the same as fireproof. Fire-resistant materials are designed to withstand heat and resist burning for a certain period, slowing down the spread of fire or preventing it from igniting easily. However, they are not completely impervious to fire and can eventually succumb to extreme heat and flames.

On the other hand, the term “fireproof” suggests that a material can completely withstand fire without being damaged. However, in practical terms, no material is entirely fireproof. Even so-called fireproof materials can only resist fire to a certain extent and for a limited time before they begin to degrade or fail.

What is the difference between Flame-retardant and Fire resistant?

These two terms are used interchangeably, even though they refer to different things. Fire retardants are used to prevent damage to buildings and wildlife. These materials are made from a combination of chemicals that slow or halt the spread of a fire. Flame retardants are used on furnishings, textiles, and products within homes. These materials are made of chemicals that stop fires from spreading.