Coating for Reducing the Flammability of Linen Fabric
Baltic Polymers Symposium 2019: Programme and Proceedings 2019
Aina Bernava

Most of the fibre-forming polymers have a common problem, i.e. majority of them burn under normal environmental conditions and therefore present a serious fire hazard. Conventionally, to textiles generally are applied flame-retardants, either by impregnating them in a solution containing a flame-retardant as well or by coating or spraying flame-retardant to one side of the fabric (back coating) [1]. For obtaining durable flame-proof and flame-retardant properties of the fire-retardant materials in production process a lot of chemicals, such as ammonium polyphosphates, urea, polyphosphoric acid, organic-phosphate resins and their mixes [2] can be used. The antimony and antimony compounds are safely produced and used in the textile industry without causing a risk to human health and environment [3]. Examples of flame-retardant coated fabrics application is furniture upholstery, roller-blinds, interior materials for transportation, protection garments etc. [4].

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Bernava, A. Coating for Reducing the Flammability of Linen Fabric. No: Baltic Polymers Symposium 2019: Programme and Proceedings, Lietuva, Viļņa, 18.-20. septembris, 2019. Vilnius: 2019, 85.-85.lpp.

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