When choosing fabrics at home or in public places it is important to consider using fire-retardant fabrics to ensure maximum safety and prevent fire risks.
Fire-retardant fabrics are made of special fibres treated with a fire-retardant chemical during the fibre formation process. Fabrics made from this fibre do not lose their flame resistance over time or for wear and tear, but retain this capacity to ensure your safety.
Fire-retardant fabrics ensure a certain degree of fire resistance, reducing or delaying combustion. There are also fabrics that are completely flame-resistant, i.e. they do not allow combustion even when exposed directly to flames, and partially fire-retardant fabrics when the temperature rises above particularly high thresholds.