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EN469:2005, NFPA Certificated Fire Retardant Clothing - TK09HM01 Series

    OUTER SHELL MATERIAL: K-HM02RP
  • Weight 240 g/m² rip-stop structure (or Twill)
  • Color: Navy Blue, Royal Blue, Yellow, Orange, Red
  • Features: High tear/tensile strength
  • Applications: Outer shell of fireman suit, Fire Retardant Clothing, Anti-riot coverall
    THERMAL LINER MATERIAL: K-GORNOX
  • 120 g/m² Non-woven structure
  • Color: Yellow
  • Features: Good heat resistance
  • Applications: Thermal layer of fire retardant clothing
    MOISTURE BARRIER MATERIAL: F-100SL-PTFE
  • SGS Certified, Fluid penetration resistance
    LINING MATERIAL: M-ST02
  • 170g/m², 200g/m², 230g/m², Twill structure
  • Color: Navy Blue, Royal Blue, Yellow, Orange
  • Features: Good flame retardant
  • Applications: Industrial work wear, Station uniform, Wildland Fire Retardant Clothing

The importance of fire retardant fabric selection was demonstrated with the launching of a new fire retardant clothing by one of the leading fire retardant material manufacturers – Taiwan KANOX®. The unique fire retardant clothing series TK09HM01 design is limited-life chemical-protective gas-tight clothing that offers certified protection against fire, virus, chemical, etc. Customized versions for other situations are available. They are EN 469:2005 and NFPA 1971 certified and the moisture barrier fire retardant fabric is SGS tested to prove its great performance.

TK09HM01series and TK08HR01 Fire Retardant Clothing s are almost identical except the moisture barrier's fire retardant fabric. The moisture barrier is made of F-100SL-PTFE; a fire retardant fabric that is SGS certified, which is made to enhance its thermal resistance. Therefore, TK09HM01 fire retardant clothing is suitable for situations that involve viruses such as SARS or AIDS, or chemical and blood, in which contamination isolation is critical.

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    TK09HM01 Series Fire Retardant Clothing:
  • 4-layer fire retardant fabric construction
  • made by self-brands [KANOX®] and [MAZIC®] inherently fire retardant fabric
  • good water vapor resistant
  • excellent flame retardant performance
  • various color choices of fire retardant material
  • EN469:2005 compliant, and CE certificated

TK09HM01 Series Fire Retardant Clothing- Outer Shell Fire Retardant Fabric - K-HM02RP

KANOX® fire retardant fabric is pre-oxidized fiber used for outer-shell material, hoods and other fire resistant applications. KANOX® fire retardant material will not burn, melt, soften or drip. It is NFPA 1971-2000 approved/compliant (certified) with excellent results in all required tests as well as a number of other widely-accepted industry tests. By many measures, it is the best protective fire retardant clothing at any price.

Outer-shell fire retardant fabric is the first and most important layer of defense in protecting life. KANOX® fire retardant fabric is made from an exclusive blend that in effect "starves the fire" in addition to providing excellent traditional protection against fire. This different approach is proven and is by no means experimental. KANOX® fire retardant fabric borrows from a knowledge base developed in other industries that have even more significant fire resistance issues.

In material science, the strength of a fire retardant material is its ability to bear an applied force without failure. KANOX®'s K-HM02RP has great tensile strength and it is tested using ENISO 13934-1:1999 method. Based on EN 469:2005's ≥ 450N performance requirement, K-HM02RP's ≥ 3000N tensile strength is much higher. Likewise, its tear strength is ≥ 25N, which is better than ENISO 13937-2:2000's standard, ≥ 150N.

K-HM02RP is a fire retardant fabric for outer shell of fire retardant clothing, and is EN469:2005 certified. It is available in various colors (dark blue, yellow and orange); and weights 240 g/m² with 7 rip-stop structure.

Properties of MAZIC®

Properties Test method EN 531, EN 470-1 performance requirements MAZIC-FM02 results obtained MAZIC-ST02 results obtained
Flame Spread EN 532:1994 No flaming to edge.
No hole formation.
No flaming debris.
Mean afterflame ≤ 2s.
Mean afterglow ≤ 2s.
No flaming to edge.
No hole formation.
No flaming debris.
No afterflame.
No afterglow.
No flaming to edge.
No hole formation.
No flaming debris.
No afterflame.
No afterglow.
Convective Heat EN 367:1992 Level HTI B1 B1
B1 3 - 6
B2 7 - 12
B3 13 - 20
B4 21 - 30
B5 30 →
Radiant Heat EN 366:1993 MAthod Bat 20kW/m² Level HTI C1 C1
C1 8 - 30
C2 31 - 90
C3 91 - 150
C4 151 →
Impact of molten metal drops EN 348:1992 ≥ 15 drops to raise temperature by 40K Mean 17 drops Mean 16 drops
Tensile Strength ISO 5081:1997 ≥ 300N ≥ 950N ≥ 900N
Tear Strength ISO 4674:1977 MEthod A1 ≥ 15N ≥ 100N ≥ 110N
Dimensional Change ISO 5077:1984 Not to exceed ±3% ≤ 1.5% ≤ 1.5%

TK09HM01 Series Fire Retardant Clothing - Moisture Barrier Fire Retardant Fabric – F-100 SL-PTFE

SGS certified moisture barrier is the second layer of the fire retardant clothing, composed mostly of a layer laminated to a fabric substrate. Moisture fire retardant material allows sweat to get away and supplies fluid penetration resistance against blood and body fluids, common chemicals, and water, helping the firefighter stay dry and protected.

firefighter suit features
Moisture absorption
KANOX® 8~12
Natural Slik 12
Cotton 8.5
Nylon 4.5
Polyester 4.5
Natural Wool 15
Rayon 11

TK09HM01 Series Fire Retardant Clothing 110g Light, Thin Thermal Barrier Fire Retardant Fabric - K-GORNOX

K-GORNOX is the 3rd layer of Fire Retardant Clothing which requires fire retardant fabric to be light, thin, and heat resistant. It is a non-woven fabric that is a fabric-like material made from long fibers, bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat or solvent treatment.

Thin, light K-GORNOX fire retardant fabric outperforms other fabric providers such as Nomex® IIIA and PBI. K-GORNOX's fire retardant material is tested with result of having more than 50 of L.O.I. (higher LOI values represent better flame redundancy), and it’s degradation temperature of fire retardant fabric is 1200 degrees fahrenheit.

KANOX®'s K-GORNOX is a high quality fire retardant fabric with great thermal protection performance. It has higher thermal protection performance (TPP) than NOMEX® IIIa and PBI.

K-GORNOX is a thermal barrier of fire retardant fabric. Fire retardant fabrics could be used in power, aluminum and cement industries on fire retardant and thermal insulation.

Thermal Protection Performance (TPP)
  PBI NOMEX advance KANOX ® NFPA 1971-2000 Req.
TPP 46-48 41-43 45-47 35
Total Heat Loss (THL)
  PBI NOMEX advance KANOX ® NFPA 1971-2000 Req.
THL 288-233 215-220 228-233 130

TK09HM01 Series Fire Resistant Clothing, Fire resistant Fabric, Lining Fabric- M-ST02

Fire retardant fabric linings are recommended for many projects and for a variety of reasons. When manufacturing fire retardant clothing, the lining is added for a measure of comfort especially for heavier and bulky apparels. Linings in the Fire Retardant Clothing help these kinds of garments close to the skin and make pulling on and off easier.

Aramid fire retardant fabric is extremely durable and stable, and suitable for fire retardant clothing. This fire retardant fabric weights 150g/m² and comes with dark blue.

 

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