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RIL to present Recron FS range at Heimtextil Frankfurt
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Dec '17
Courtesy: RIL
Courtesy: RIL
Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) will launch an extended range of Recron FS, a fire-retardant textile solution with diverse features and applications, at Heimtextil Frankfurt beginning from January 9, 2018. The polyester not only brings the highest standard of safety in the fabric by making it fire-retardant, but also enhances the aesthetical aspects.

The four-day international tradefair holds a leading position in the textiles industry.

Recron FS is manufactured under the most environment-friendly conditions and is a part of the responsible care product offering from RIL. Life span, cost effectiveness, excellent and permanent fire retardant performance, permanency of colour, and the ability to use recycled polyester makes it a sustainable technology.

"The physical and chemical bonding of phosphorous with polyester matrix makes fire retardancy permanent. This helps in the creation of a textile raw material that doesn’t allow fire to spread easily. And thus, fabrics made from Recron FS possess the unique ability to provide everlasting fire safety in any application and every instance," RIL said in a press release.

In Recron RS, RIL has used a new technology that enables flame retardancy from the levels of 7000 ppm to 25000 ppm depending on the end use. RIL’s technology also allows the use of recycled polyester as a feedstock to produce permanently flame-retardant polyester. The technology also does not allow depletion of tenacity.

Recron FS gives the desired fire protection for the entire fabric requirement across industries and households. Moreover, the lifelong fire retardant nature of the fabric assures higher safety and reduces life cycle cost. It helps protect colour of interiors and furnishings from fading and deteriorating from sunlight exposure. It also protects the room from sun glare and help reduces the load on air conditioners.

"In addition to strong technical support and promotional services, Recron FS will ensure that all fabrics undergo rigorous fire retardant tests. RIL extends its support to the fabric makers to install a sustainable process to make permanently flame-retardant fabrics. In case any fabric does not pass the tests, the Recron FS team will work with the fabric maker to identify the problems and find solution for it," the press release stated.

Upon successful passing of the requisite tests, the fabric maker can manufacture and use the unique Recron FS trademark on the fabrics. This trademark is an assurance to the entire value chain and to the end customers about the quality, adherence of standards, and high performance of the fabrics. (RR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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