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Texfire’s non-woven flame retardant NT SILICA 1300 is a silica fiber plush of 1300 g/m2 and a thickness of 12 mm. Silica fibers confer it great resistance to a direct contact with flames and high temperatures, without any kind of additional resin or chemical binder. In addition, it offers very good thermal and acoustic insulation features. It stands out because of its good behaviour to extreme temperatures and its composition that does not irritate skin, easing all handling and cutting operations. In contrast with fiberglass or rockwool plush, this one does not  release as much fibers from it.

NT SILICA 1300 non-woven has an exceptional thermal resistance and withstands temperatures of 950ºC in continuous work. Its great insulating features and its resistance to high temperatures turns it into a suitable mat to tailor thermal cases or quilts. Perfect as a thermal barrier, it’s commonly found as an internal layer in multi-layered laminations for thermal mats or textile laggings, due to its easiness to handle and its good thermal behaviour. Its non-woven structure brings it volume and flexibility, with a pleasant touch, it’s able to adapt to complex geometries.

NT SILICA 1300 has been tested in internal laboratories with the following tests: NFP 92502 (reaction to fire) with a Class M1 classification. It also meets the standards of regulation EN ISO 15025 with an A1-A2 classification (Limited flame spreading).


  • Resists continuous temperatures of 950ºC.
  • Grammage 1.300 g/m2, thickness 12 mm, useful width 100 cm.
  • Free of asbestos and toxic gases.
  • Fibers are not irritating.
  • Thermal and acoustic insulator.
  • Light, malleable.
  • Fibre-bonded structure, low resistance to traction.
  • Inherent flame resistant, does not burn or melt.
  • Intrinsic features of the fibers, don’t decrease over time, does not expire.

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Fabric data sheet

Data sheet

Fire resistance
DIN 4102 | A2
Fire reaction
NF P 92503 | M1 CLASS
Flame propagation
ISO 15025 | A1 - A2


  • Thermal mat filling.
  • Laggins.
  • Flame retardant acoustic panels.
  • Thermal case quilt.
  • Flame retardant insulator.


  • Petrochemical.
  • Tapestries and flame retardant linings.
  • Metal foundries.
  • Automotive and transports.
  • Construction.


Non-woven structures tend to release fibers that can irritate eyes, nose, throat and skin. A skin rash can appear when fibers are embedded in the skin’s external layer. But long-term effects to health shouldn’t be produced when touching the fiberglass. There is no evidence that fiberglass causes cancer in people.

  • Handling and caution indications for fiberglass and silica fiber non-woven fabrics.
  • It is recommended to handle it in an area isolated from the rest to avoid a possible contamination of fibers and dust. It is important to have an extraction system, vents or vacuuming in the room to avoid fiber and dust accumulation.
  • Use long-sleeve clothes and protection gloves in order to avoid contact and skin irritation.
  • Use a mask covering nose and mouth to avoid fiber inhalation.
  • Use safety glasses with lateral protectors to protect eyes.
  • In case of irritation by contact with fiberglass or silica fibers, eyes must be washed with water and any area of the exposed skin must be washed with soap and warm water to erase the fibers.
  • Garments used during work with fiberglass and silica fiber must be removed carefully and washed separately from other clothes.
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