PU Polyurethane Coated Glass Fibre SMOKE Cloth is halogen free, impermeable to gases, and has high stability.
In addition it is also fire proof and has a temperature resistance of up to 600oC short duration working temperature. Can be used in fire and smoke applications.
Features and Benefits
Fibrous glass (E-type, continuous filament) compositions consisting principally of oxides of silicon, aluminium, calcium, boron, and magnesium, fused in an amorphous vitreous state.
Flame Retardant aluminum pigmented polyurethane.
Glass fibre is not classified as hazardous according to Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 as amended.
Fibrous glass, continuous filament EC: 266/046-0 not classified
In a sustained fire situation the coating will burn to give smoke containing carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, and trace amounts (ppm) of hydrocarbons, nitrogen based and halogen based gases. There are no major health hazards associated with the fabric; however exposure to glass fibres sometimes causes irritation of the skin and less frequently irritation of the eyes, nose or throat.
First Aid Measures
In case of inhalation of glass dust particles or fumes from thermal degradation move into fresh air, if irritation persists seek medical attention.
If irritation is a problem then rinse the affected areas with cool water, then wash gently with mild soap. If glass fibre becomes embedded in the skin then seek medical attention.
Flush eyes with clear water for at least 15 minutes, if irritation persists seek medical attention.
Handling and Storage
Precautions for handling:
No special measures, for personal protection see section 8. Glass fibre has electrical isolation properties and so may give some static.
Precautions for storage:
Store below 25°C , in a dry, well ventilated place.