Among automotive interior materials, there are some commonly used materials that can provide good combustion performance. The following are some common automotive interior materials with good combustion performance:
1. Flame-retardant plastic: Flame-retardant plastic is a specially formulated plastic to which flame retardants are added to improve its flame-retardant performance. This material slows down the rate of burning when exposed to flames, reducing flame spread and thus improving fire safety.
2. Flame-resistant fabric: Flame-resistant fabric is made of fiber material with flame-resistant properties, which has the characteristics of inhibiting flame spread and reducing combustion. Some common flame-resistant fabrics include flame-resistant fleece, flame-resistant fleece, and more.
3. Leather: Genuine or synthetic leather usually has good flame retardant properties when burned. The structure and chemistry of leather allow it to form a char layer when exposed to flames, slowing the rate of burning.
4. Flame-retardant foam: Flame-retardant foam is a commonly used interior filling material with good flame-retardant properties. It increases fire safety by slowing flame spread and reducing the rate of burning.
5. Metal materials: Metal materials, such as aluminum alloy, stainless steel, etc., have a high melting point and good flame resistance. In some key parts, such as the inner panel of the car door, the use of metal materials can improve fire safety.
It should be noted that although the above-mentioned materials generally perform well in the combustion test, the specific combustion performance should be evaluated according to factors such as the formula of the material, the processing method and the conditions of use. In addition, in order to ensure the fire safety of vehicles, it is recommended that when selecting interior materials, give priority to materials that meet the requirements of relevant standards and regulations, and follow the recommendations and guidance of automobile manufacturers.