EN1869 1x1m 0.4mm White Fiberglass Kitchen Industrial Emergency Fire Blanket
A fire blanket is a high temperature fire-resistant blanket that can be used to either extinguish a small fire or to cover a person. It is made from e-glass woven fiberglass cloth and an inner layer of fire retardant film, coating on one side or both sides. The blanket can also be specially treated to meet some special purpose to be better fireproofing. They can quickly let flames out and minimize burn injuries, prevent spreading of fire. How it works is cutting off the oxygen supply (one of the three elements that a fire needs to burn).
Unionfull can also provides fireproof cloth in roll form, it is available in roll and any length(up to 50 metres). Blankets are sewn by high temperature thread and can be grommetted on the edges. Welding blankets are able to resist temperature over 1000℃, no itch to skin. Please inform the temperature requirements and process you want for edges, so an accurate price can be given.
Specification Of Fire Blanket JT8430W-40-1010:
0.5kg one piece
Red Nylon Bag For Each Piece
Fireproofing, heat/spatter/splash protecive.
Durable, life saving
Easy handle, soft hand feeling
Easy to install - suitable for hanging inside of cupboard door
Quick release tabs; Easy and fast installation
Fire resistance, Acid-resistance, abrasion resistant, no itchy
It is widely used in public place such as hotel, recreation ground, gas station etc that can easy to be on fire area.
How To Use The Fire Blanket:
It is VITAL that you know the correct way of using a Fire Blanket should you ever have to do so in an emergency, at work or at home.
Firstly, turn off the gas or electricity supply.
Take the fire blanket from its bags and hold it by the fabric straps.
Avoid burning on the hands and arms skins, make sure you wrap the top edges of the blanket around your hands to protect them.
Carefully cover the flames with the fire blanket, making sure that you cover the whole burning area so that you can effectively cut off the airflow and extinguish the flames.
However, If the fire is larger than the blanket, do not attempt to put it out. GET OUT and call the fire brigade immediately.
DO NOT touch the fire blanket or anything underneath it until at least an hour later when the fire was extinguished.
Fire Blankets can also be used when existing a burning building.