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Fire Blanket Only  - 650200  #FP1100 NW1100FP1Q80
Fire Blanket Only  - 650200  #FP1100 NW1100FP1Q80
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  • Wool Fire Blanket is 66" x 82".
  • Blanket is treated with Dupont X-12 for fire retardancy.
  • Meets NFPA 701 standard.
  • Fire Retardancy: Fire Retardant in Accordance with The Flammable Fabrics Act, CS 191-53.
  • Commonly known as product number FP1100 or 1100FP or #FP1100 or 1100.
  • Blanket is gray in color.
  • Cases and Cabinets sold separately.
  • Face: 70% Wool, 30% Other Synthetic Fibers
  • Other fibers: Primarily Nylon and Polyester
  • Other fibers include Nylon and acrylic synthetic fabric.
  • Core: 100% Woven Olefin, Non-Woven Camp & Utility Blanket.
  • Designed for State & Federal Government Agencies.
  • Made in USA by Northwest Woolen Mills.
  • Economically Priced
  • Call us for volume pricing at 888-947-3473.
  • Common uses include throwing over flames to smother fire,wrapping around indivdual to protect in evacuation, and bedding in state run correctional facilities.

  • What is the NFPA 701 Test?

    Fabrics, such as safety vests, used in most public spaces (including schools, churches, auditoriums, theaters, and more.) is required by law in many states and cities to be certified as flame retardant, according to standards developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). NFPA has various standards depending on how the fabric will be used. In the case of draperies, curtains, and similar hanging textiles, the standard that applies is NFPA 701: Standard Methods of Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films. This test measures the flammability of a fabric when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition.

    NFPA 701 (Small Scale) testing measures the ignition resistance of a fabric after it is exposed to a flame for 12 seconds. The flame, char length, and flaming residue are recorded. The fabric will pass the test if all samples meet the following criteria:

    An after flame of less than 2.0 seconds
    a char length of less than 6.5�
    the specimen does not continue to flame after reaching the floor of the test chamber

    Fabric certified as flame retardant is certified to have been tested and passed the NFPA 701 test.
Fabrics, such as safety vests, used in most public spaces (including schools, churches, auditoriums, theaters, and more.) is required by law in many states and cities to be certified as flame retardant, according to standards developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). NFPA has various standards depending on how the fabric will be used. In the case of draperies, curtains, and similar hanging textiles, the standard that applies is NFPA 701: Standard Methods of Fire Tests for Flame Propagation of Textiles and Films. This test measures the flammability of a fabric when it is exposed to specific sources of ignition.

NFPA 701 (Small Scale) testing measures the ignition resistance of a fabric after it is exposed to a flame for 12 seconds. The flame, char length, and flaming residue are recorded. The fabric will pass the test if all samples meet the following criteria:

An after flame of less than 2.0 seconds
a char length of less than 6.5�
the specimen does not continue to flame after reaching the floor of the test chamber

Fabric certified as flame retardant is certified to have been tested and passed the NFPA 701 test.
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