Xtrabadge™ FR Badges

Flame Resistant Badges for FR Garments

Xtrabadge FR Flame Resistant Embroidered Badges

Flame Resistant Badges – the XTRABADGE FR Badge is an embroidered badge developed to meet the requirements of the European Norm EN11612 and IEC61482 for use in garments designed to protect the wearer against Heat & Flame Hazards.

Developed using special XTRA-FR threads, FR backings and a unique stitch construction, these badges are the ultimate in FR badges for corporate Uniforms and Safety Clothing.

CE marked Flame Resistant and Arc Flash Garments should have emblems that will not melt or burn in the event of an incident. Many embroidered badges are stitched using Rayon or Polyester threads that will burn or melt in these situations causing a potential safety hazard.

XTRA-FR Threads are certified to the requirements of EN11612 and will ensure the integrity of your garment.

Upload your artwork using the Upload Form at (link) and we can provide a quotation to you for your design.

Heat Applied Backings

The Heat Applied backings on the Xtrabadge Embroidered badges can be applied to your garments using a standard industrial heat press. We recommend a setting of 180 degrees with firm pressure. Simply align the badge in the chosen location, tack lightly from the front for 3-4 seconds or use a spray badge location adhesive. Then reverse the garment and apply the heat from the back of the garment for 15-20seconds. Leave to cool before folding.

Intricate Detail & Shapes

Using modern embroidery technology, we can create intricate shapes rather than the traditional rectangles, squares and circles typically available in embroidered badges.

And with lettering possible down to 4mm and fine stitch lines, you can be sure of acheiving a fantastic result for your client.

Product Features

  • Flame Resistant Threads
  • High definition embroidery
  • Heat Applied or SewOn
  • Apply with your heat press
  • Intricate shapes & designs
  • Low minimum order quantities
  • Range of Thread colours
  • Madeira Firefighter Threads
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