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Fabrics - Fire/Flame Resistant/Retardant (47 companies found)

Compare and research Fire Flame Resistant Fabric companies and businesses online.

  • NASCO Industries Inc

    Protective Outerwear Solutions.
    Founded in 1979, NASCO Industries, Inc. is North America’s leading manufacturer of protective all-weather gear. NASCO, an employee-owned company, specializes in a variety of wet-weather and cold weather apparel. In 2014, we celebrated our 35th anniversary. Serving the Oil & Gas, Utility,...
  • XinXiang XinXing Special Fabric Co. Ltd.

  • Polar-Products

    Polar-Products.com personal cooling gear stays cool with no ice or refrigeration ever needed. Safely reduces the risks of heat stress while increasing comfort. 100% quaranteed for quality and performance. Made in the USA since 1992.
  • Bulwark Protective Apparel

    As the world's largest manufacturer of flame-resistant apparel, Bulwark offers the industry's widest, deepest selection of fabrics, styles and colors.
  • MARINA TEXTIL

    Personal protective fabrics, such as: fire resistant fabric, antistatic fabric, antacid fabric, high visibility fabric, and also multinorm fabric, are part of Marina Textil's products, developed to ensure the protection of all its users, against risks: to flame, radiant heat, molten metal...
  • DRIFIRE® a National Safety Apparel® Brand

    DRIFIRE® is the premier National Safety Apparel® brand of high performance flame resistant (FR) fabric and protective apparel for the government, industrial, racing, and consumer markets. The DRIFIRE line of products utilizes patented performance fabric technology used by some of the world's...
  • Firl Industries Inc

    Firl Industries Inc. has been manufacturing and selling canvas and vinyl products nationwide for over 100 years. We will custom make specialty items for industrial or private sector use. Our professional staff is proud to assist our customers with any of their canvas or vinyl needs. We...
  • Mount Vernon FR

    FR fabrics produced in the mill can be made into flame resistant clothes for use in a variety of industries, for protection against electric arc flash and flash fires.
  • Reef Industries, Inc.

  • Weldas Co LLC