Introduction to Fire Resistant Gloves


Fire-resistant and high-temperature resistant gloves. Fire-resistant gloves are also called high-temperature-resistant gloves, heat-insulating gloves, and high-temperature-resistant gloves. It is made of flame retardant and high temperature resistant material. Generally suitable for use in environments exposed to open flames. Fire-retardant gloves - Materials Fire-retardant gloves are generally made of asbestos fiber, carbon fiber, glass fiber and other materials that can withstand high temperatures above 500 degrees. Usually, a layer of aluminum foil reflective layer is compounded on the surface. Because the aluminum foil material on the surface can effectively reflect 95% of heat radiation. It allows the wearer to reflect part of the heat and reduce the burden on the inner insulation layer when the wearer comes into contact with an open flame.
Under the premise that fire-resistant gloves do not come into direct contact with high temperatures or open flames. You can also choose fire-resistant gloves made of aluminum foil composite aramid material. The high-temperature resistant gloves made of aluminum foil composite aramid materials are much better in wear resistance, tear resistance, and anti-cutting properties than the previous materials, and are non-toxic and have no side effects. The disadvantage of aramid composite aluminum foil materials is that the cost is relatively high.
Fire-resistant and high-temperature resistant gloves have excellent flame retardancy and high temperature resistance. Widely used in: metallurgy, chemical industry, glass, power plant, cement and other industries.
1. Flame retardant refers to materials that can prevent burning but are not easy to burn themselves. Flame retardant materials are divided into three categories: disposable, durable and permanent. Durable flame retardant materials and permanent flame retardant materials are mainly used to make clothing. Disposable flame-retardant fabrics are mostly used in decoration, curtains, seat cushions, etc. There is not much difference in the initial flame retardant properties of the three. However, the flame retardant effect of durable flame retardant fabrics is reduced after being washed 50 times. The flame retardant properties of disposable flame retardant fabrics completely disappear after washing. The flame retardant properties of permanent flame retardant fabrics do not change after washing.

2. High temperature resistance means that objects will not undergo physical changes such as burning, carbonization, etc. after being exposed to specific high temperatures. High temperature resistant materials also have certain flame retardant properties.

3.Thermal insulation refers to the process of heat transfer. When heat is transferred from a space with a higher temperature to a space with a lower temperature, the temperature change per unit space becomes smaller due to changes in the conductive medium, thereby blocking the physical process of heat conduction. This is usually achieved using insulating materials. There are also dynamic technical means such as aerodynamics to achieve thermal insulation. Materials that retard the transfer of heat flow. Also known as thermal insulation material. There are many types of insulation materials. Classified by material. It can be divided into three categories: inorganic insulation materials, organic insulation materials and metal insulation materials. Classified by form. It can be divided into fibrous, microporous, bubble and lamellar shapes. Among them, fibrous insulation material is a material we use to make high-temperature resistant gloves.