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Thin, flame-retardant type "SPL-R20T": Thin and difficult to burn
Disflamoll phosphoric acid esters serve as flame-retardant plasticizers in PVC.
This flame-retardant coating represents an impressive new technology to enhance and diversify our revenue stream.
Flame-retardant concentrates for PE and PS at various letdown ratios and for PVC wire and cable applications.
Since 2008, China's halogen-free modified plastics industry has become large-scale, and the demand for the halogen-free flame-retardant market has seen a qualitative change.
Firebrake products act as synergists in both halogenated and halogen-far flame-retardant formulations.
is poised to legislate the use of flame-retardant furnishings in all homes.
Hydrated alumina flame-retardant and smoke-suppressant fillers.
The three most prevalent types of flame-retardant systems are based on halogen/antimony, organo-phosphorous, and metal (aluminum and magnesium) hydrates.
Melapur melamine-based halogen-free flame-retardant line includes solid melamine cyanurate and melamine polyphosphate products for use in nylon 6 and 66, polyolefins, epoxy, polyurethane, and unsaturated polyester.
According to the report, the three most important markets for flame-retardant plastics are construction, electrical and electronic devices, and motor vehicles.
Flame-retardant concentrates in PS, ABS, and polyotefin bases supplied for varying letdown ratios.