Fabrics are most probable to be caught in the fire in these risks, but in the case of heat resistant fabrics, these fabrics have self-extinguishing characteristics and stop burning after the fabric is removed from the fire source and further prevents ignitions without melting or damaging the wearer.
The flame resistance of the clothing produced of the inherent fibre is long-lasting as no chemicals are used. Aramides, modacrylics, and carbon fibres are prevalent and popular inherent heat resistant fabrics.
Inherent heat resistant fabric is naturally kneaded or woven from fibres that integrate flame resistance in their chemical structures. Interestingly, while the inherent term denotes a key property or something that is naturally flame resistant component of the fabric, all the natural fibres used today are cotton. Inherent fabrics may be mixed with chemically treated fabric to make better quality FR fabrics.