ELECTRA Flame Retardant fabric

320gsm | 99% Cotton, 1% Antistatic | FR-Satin 4/1
Electra is a flame retardant, protective fabric made of 100% long-staple cotton, with density of 320gsm and Satin 4/1 weave. The fabric includes Beltron carbon antistatic yarn in a grid pattern. Smooth and stylish Satin 4/1 weave.

Electra is a middleweight 320 gsm quality cotton fabric with flame retardant finishing, it is recommended for use in Electric Power companies, Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing industry. The high resistance to hazards of electric arc (ATPV, Arc Thermal Protective Value, 16 cal/cm2) ensures guaranteed protection of electricians and personnel working near power machinery, generators and other electrical equipment. 

Carbon antistatic yarn gridlocked in the surface of Electra makes it absolutely safe for use in explosive atmospheres.

To prevent Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) sparks, antistatic fibers safely discharge static electricity eliminating the risk of fire and explosion.

Standards for FR-clothing

You can see below compliance to the standards for fr-clothing, including level of protection against different kinds of risks.

  • ISO 11611 (CLASS 1) – Protective fabric for welders
  • ISO 11612 (A1, A2, B1, C1, E3, F1) – Protective fabric for industrial workers
  • EN 61482-2 – Protective clothing against the hazards of an Electric Arc
  • ASTM 1959  ARC RAITING: ATPV = 16.0 cal/cm2
  • HEAT ATTENUATION FACTOR: HAF = 84%
  • EN 1149-5 (1149-3 METHOD 2) – Protective fabric with Antistatic properties, ESD protection

Certificates & Technical details

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Electra Flame Retardant Fabric renew EN ISO 11611: 2015 certificate

Electra Flame Retardant Fabric renew EN ISO 11611: 2015 certificate

December 2016 XM FireLine renew EN ISO 11611 certificate for flame retardant antistatic fabric Electra from EN ISO 11611:2007 to ISO 11611:2015. The testing was done at independent international laboratory AITEX (Spain). According to CEN (European Committee for Standartization) data the new (or amended) standard has the same scope as ...
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