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MULTILAYERED FABRIC

Texfire’s multilayered fabrics are defined as being textile laminations, designed and manufactured to cover very specific technical or functional needs. In most cases, the aim is to add and look for synergies among properties of each fabric, joining them to get a unique multilayered fabric.

The complete range of multilayered fabrics is flame retardant and brings technical solutions like impermeability, insulation against radiant heat, resistance to melted metal splashes, acoustic insulation and high resistance to welding sparks. Texfire manufactures multilayered solutions, that come from 2 up to 5 layers from different fabrics, they are laminated, which eases the confection processes.

Fabric composed of a layer of fiberglass together with an aluminum foil that protects from continuous radiant heat, and another layer of charred PAN carbonized fabric to expand its insulating characteristics.

  • Composition: 48% GL 44% PAN 8% AL
  • Weight: 450 g/m² ±5%
  • Width: 150 cm
  • Featured: Thermal insulation

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Three-layer fire retardant welding fabric that withstands temperatures of 300ºC in continuous and can reach up to 1300ºC in punctual.

  • Composition: 62% GL 28% PAN 10% SIL
  • Resistance: 300ºC en continuo
  • Weight: 730 g/m² ±5%
  • Width: 150 cm ±2%
  • Featured: Welding protection

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€20.62
ALUMINIZED FABRIC WITH THERMAL BARRIER. Multilayered aluminized fabric ALTOX 450 is a flame retardant fabric that acts as a thermal shield in front of flames and high temperatures. Composed by an aluminized fiberglass...
€30.12
FLAME RETARDANT FABRIC FOR WELDING + THERMAL BARRIER.Weld SX is a welding fabric, designed and manufactured by Texfire, that resists continuous temperatures of 500ºC and peak temperatures up to 1300ºC. It is a...
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