Why do you have to use flame retardant sheets?
Flame retardant sheets are suitable to dress beds and protect them from fire
We all know sheets are big fabrics of cotton, linen or any synthetic material to dress beds, but if we also those sheets are flame retardant, its objective is also to protect before derived risks of flames and high heat radiations.
Motives by which sheets can burn are multiple and once provoked the fire, by the big amount of objects at homes like:
Make fire spread quickly and, thus, the whole room could be fired or even the whole building. Most common causes of this kind of fires are human errors that could end in tragedy, like:
- Sleeping with a burning cigarette
- A bad placed heater,
- A burning candle.
There are specific regulations for flame retardant fabrics' classification in bed linen UNE-EN 14533 and UNE EN ISO 12952 and in some professional sectors is obligatory and/or recommended the use of flame retardant bed linen like:
- Fishing fleets.
- Military and student residences.
The use of flame retardant sheets, as a passive element against fire, could be a good option even in non-professional sectors to protect against fires at homes. It is important that when we get flame retardant sheets or any complement of flame retardant bed linen it will meet European regulations UNE EN ISO 12952 and UNE-EN 14533.
The bed linen concept includes fitted and top sheets, quits, blanket and mattress protector. Texfire has developed a whole collection of permanent flame retardant bed linen as a complement for other system displays against fires like smoke detectors that are placed mainly in rooms and corridors.
In the collection of flame retardant bed linen Texfire where you could find flame retardant fabrics to buy on meters as well as the set of flame retardant sheets, flame retardant quilt, flame retardant polar fleece blanket and flame retardant and impermeable mattress protector. All these articles included in Texfire's flame retardant bed linen collection meets the European regulation of bed linen UNE EN ISO 12952 Part 1 and Part 2, obtaining the maximum classification of regulation UNE EN 14533.