The flammability characteristics of Tyvek are similar to those of most synthetic fibers.
Hard structure products are rated class"A" when tested in accordance with ASTM E84-89a, a
test for flame and smoke development.
Soft structure products are rated "Class 1 - Normal Flammability" by the Federal Flammable
Fabrics Act for Clothing Textiles(16 CFR-1610). Please refer to the MSDS (Material safety data
sheet) for additional information.
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