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A. Natural fibers such as cotton and wool b. 5 2. Flame-resistant materials a. Non-flame-resistant materials that have been chemically treated to be made flameresistant b. Inherently flame-resistant materials such as PBI, Kermel, and Nomex The following sections describe some of the more common fibers and identify their general capabilities with respect to thermal performance. Non-Flame-Resistant Materials Contrary to some misunderstandings, natural fibers such as cotton and wool are not flameresistant.
Always be certain that the clothing or apparel and the meters or tools you are using are designed and tested to match or exceed the incident energy level, and the voltage level for the application to which you will be exposed. GLOSSARY ATPV (Arc Thermal Performance Value) EBT (Energy Break-Through) Flame Resistant Flame retardant Flammable Flash Boundary Stoll Curve “. ”1 A fabric or material that burns very slowly and self-extinguishes upon the removal of an external flame. A chemical applied to or incorporated into a fabric at the time of production, which significantly reduces a fabric’s flammability.
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