StopfireCop.jpg The flame retardant property is obtained by adding a phosphorous based co-monomer as a flame retardant agent during the preparation of the row material.

This agent, becoming a part of the polymer chain during the synthesis of the polymer, assures permanent flame retardant properties which, unlike those obtained by treating the fabric surface, are preserved over time and resist to use (abrasion) and maintenance (washing, ironing, brushing).

STOPFIRE maintain the qualities of reliability and easy workability of polyester in all stages of the textile industry, offering the market of flame retardant textile goods a valid alternative characterized by an optically bleached fibre, fast and bright colours and an excellent resistance to abrasion.