Fabric treated with our “SciGen Thermo” product reflects incoming heat flux, protecting the wearer from thermal burns. Skin burn depth simulations were done using coated fabric, with a modified version of the manikin test (ASTM F1930). Testing shows a burn depth of only 60 μm – less than the 75 μm depth associated with second degree burns. SciGen Thermo-treated fabric outperformed three military para-aramid flame retardant U.S. military uniforms (FRACU, iCVC, and A2CU) when tested under the same conditions. The untreated garments offered far less thermal barrier performance, resulting in burn depths of at least 600 μm.