Although felt is generally considered non- combustible , direct exposure to fire can cause it to char from around 300 degrees Celsius.
Felt is made from wool fibers and is generally flame retardant , but not completely fireproof . Felt has a higher ignition temperature than synthetic materials and does not burn as quickly when in contact with an open flame. However, if felt is exposed to a high enough heat source, it can melt or burn.
To reduce the risk of fire, felt is often treated with a flame retardant or used in combination with other materials that have a higher fire resistance. It is important to note that the fire resistance of felt varies depending on the type, thickness and manufacturing process of the felt.
Felt should always be handled with care around fire or hot surfaces to minimize the risk of a fire hazard.
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