There are various standards and regulations for flame retardancy in textile fabrics, some of which are:
1. ISO 12952: This is an international standard that specifies the methods of test for the assessment of the ignitability of upholstered seating.
2. NFPA 701: This is a standard developed by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in the United States, which provides guidelines for flame resistance of fabrics used in draperies, curtains, and other window treatments.
3. BS 5852: This is a British Standard that specifies the fire test procedures for assessing the ignitability of upholstered seating.
4. DIN 4102: This is a German standard that sets the requirements for building materials and components in terms of their fire behavior.
5. GreenGuard: This is a certification program that evaluates products for their impact on indoor air quality, including their flame retardancy.
Each of these standards has different testing methods and criteria for flame retardancy in textile fabrics. Fabric manufacturers can choose to comply with one or more of these standards depending on their specific regulatory requirements and the end-use applications of their products.
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