Naturally Safe brand from Italy
The textile fabric "Natrually Safe" meets all international standards for textile fire protection, guarantees the overall comfort and softness of natural fabrics, and ensures the color fastness and gloss of fabrics.
The project is the result of two years of research at the research and development center of Limonta. In order to achieve the above effect, we used COEX technology, which is an Italian patented technology.
Thanks to COEX technology, it is more effective than traditional synthetic flame retardants, but this technology helps to maintain all the characteristics of natural fabrics without losing safety. With COEX technology, cellulose and biosynthetics are all natural, and the fabric is improved to 100% pure natural materials, and it is safe. The product “Naturally Safe” has the following characteristics:
1. It is a fireproof material, non-flammable.
2. It is 100% pure natural, non-synthetic material.
3. Heat resistance can be as high as 1000 degrees Celsius.
5. It is a fireproof material that does not contain any chemical additives, is not a flame retardant, does not contain formic acid, nor contains chlorine and bromine derivatives; its performance is actually the result of changing the molecular structure of cellulose. This product has no harmful effects on the environment.
6. In case of fire, the fabric will coke and form a firewall, and the fabric will not drip due to melting.
All "Naturally Safe" fabrics are produced and tested in accordance with the highest international fire standards. Softcover certificates include:
BS 5852 Source 0, 1, 5 (Cigarette match) (CRIB 5)
EN 1021 Part 1 and 2
NF P 92-507 (M1)
TB 117 2013 Section 1
IMO 307 (88) Part 8
UNI 9175 1IM
COEX technology is a patented technology with innovative characteristics. It does not use flame-retardant chemical additives or fire-resistant resins because they can contact the skin and the environment. Using COEX technology, the product naturally has the ability to improve the ability to block combustion. In fact, phosphorus, nitrogen, and sulfur are used to transform cellulose molecules in fabrics and plant structures, making materials safer and more biodegradable.