It is not only camping tents that must meet the Hazardous Products (Tents) Regulations, but also tent-like products. These include, but are not limited to play tents, ice fishing tents and gazebos and enclosed dining shelters made in whole or in part of fabric or other pliable materials.
Tents and tent-like products can burn when exposed to flame and heat sources such as camp fires, outdoor fireplaces, barbeques, candles, torches, or fuel-powered heaters. The Hazardous Products (Tents) Regulations specifies methods to test the flame resistance of tent materials and also specifies labeling requirements.
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