Flame-retardant textiles can be divided into the following types:

  1. Promoting fiber carbonization
  2. Hindering the generation of combustible gas
  3. Heat activated heat absorption, barrier, and diffusion
  4. The formation of a protective air blocking membrane

Flame retardant (flameproof) can be divided into raw materials and semi-finished products with flame retardant (flameproof) processing. The former has been added during the extraction of raw yarn, while the latter is processed in the original fabric, giving it additional flame retardant functionality. The fabric products’ final end-use depends on the flame retardant material.

After the treatment processing is over, plastic coating can be divided into the glue coating method, impregnating method, and film method. Its manufacturing process requires fabric materials used in accordance with the required properties: feel requirements, flame retardant (fireproof) standards, and so many aspects of the project were assessed in order to achieve the desired effect. Among the example of adhesive coating process above, the principle for the solution turns into saliva shaped particles (PU glue, A/C plastic, PVC, PE plastic…) is then added into flame retardant materials. This is done by way of a scraping it uniformly across the fabric. Then, after drying it at high temperatures, it forms a uniform layer of rubber covering the surface of the fabric to preventing the fiber from changing and changing its feel, and thus the flame retardant (flameproof) effect is achieved. Other waterproof, water repellent, anti-bacterial, insect repellent, etc. and other functional materials may also have composite functions via complex post-processing methods.