11" X 15" Large Fiberglass Fabric Bag Fireproof Envelope Pouch For Document Cash
This is a fireproof safe bag, designed to protect important documents, money cash, passports and other credentials from fire damage. It's 28x38cm and it's large enough for common size document(A4 paper).
The safe bag is made from fireproof and high strength fiberglass fabric with a laminated aluminium foil layer. This fabric provides improved resistance to abrasion, flexing, tear, puncture and chemical. Inside material is 100g/m2 black fire retardant fabrics.
Unionfull laminated a layer of aluminum foil on the fiberglass cloth as an outside surface. Add a layer of fire retardant fabric as inner lining. For this design, both inside and outside layer are fireproof. What's more, totally avoid direct touch to glass fibers.
Smooth surface, comfortable hand feeling. No itching, no tingling. No allergy or sensitivity.
Technical Data Of Fiberglass Material
Aluminium Coated Glass Fiber
EC9 33 2X2
ECG 150 2/2
EC9 33 2X2
ECG 150 2/2
18 per cm
45 per inch
13 per cm
33 per inch
Fiberglass is 550℃
While mucilage is 300℃
28x38cm, 11"x 15", bigger than common document size
Fiberglass fabric that has a lay of aluminium foil laminated to one side
The mirror-like surface reflects 95% of the radiant heat it is exposed to
The base fiberglass fabric is capable of withstanding continuous temperatures of 1022 F (550 C)
Our Norwegian Customer using this material to produce fire protective wear. You can trust its quality.
11"x15" Large Fireproof Envelope Bag Fire Resistant Document Cash Pouch
Aluminium Foil Fiberglass Fabic
Fire Retardant Hook And Loop
100g/m2 Black Fire Retardant Fabrics
28x38cm, 11"x 15", Customized
Base Cloth: 550℃(1022 F)
Glue For Aluminium Foil: 300℃(572 F)
Money Cash/Document Fire Safe Bag, Fire Resistant Pouch
Please pay attention that the long time high temperature will cause the paper in the fireproof pouch to carbide. So please keep the pouch in a drawer (velcro-side face down) near the floor.
Dear friends, this fireproof bag is a barrier to protect your documents and cash from fire damage. But the best way to protect everything is still keep them from fire.