Flame Retardant for Curtains and Fabrics Made From Natural Fibres
The particularly environmentally friendly ECOGARD® BIO-PLUS flame retardant is especially suitable for making textiles made of natural fibres flame-retardant.
Of course, our universal flame retardant ECOGARD® B45 has a strong flame retardant effect on cloths and fabrics made of natural fibres such as cotton, wool or linen, so that the ignition by ignition sources such as flames from lighters, candles, glowing objects, electric rays, hot light bulbs, sparks, gas burners and the like becomes impossible.
The experienced team at TÜCHLER is happy to help you choose the most suitable flame retardant.
ECOGARD® BIO-PLUS and ECOGARD B45 flame retardants for natural fibres are particularly suitable for these applications:
ECOGARD BIO-PLUS and ECOGARD B45 flame retardants work on these types of fibres:
Fibre blends from the above fibres
Jute [only B45 and limited]
How to use ECOGARD® flame retardant for natural fibres:
Spray the fire protection product evenly on the fabric.
Industrial use on textile machines (foulards, stenter frames, etc.) is also possible for professional textile suppliers.
Please note that:
ECOGARD® flame retardants have a stronger effect the better they are absorbed by the object to be protected.With textiles that are not very absorbent, such as water-repellent or dirt-repellent fabrics, the effect is reduced or there is no fire retardant effect at all.
ECOGARD® flame retardants are water-based products. Use water to test if the object you want to protect can be treated with the flame retardant. Any visible changes to your object after treatment with pure water will also occur when using the flame retardant.
We cannot say what effect subsequent painting will have on the fire retardant effect previously achieved.
Therefore, always test thoroughly!
Always pay attention to the warnings and application instructions for the respective product!