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The properties of EVM PXL were also evaluated in an ATH (aluminum trihydroxide)-filled HFFR (halogen free flame retardant) compound for specialty cable applications.
Adding further, he said, "The Pavilion will specifically educate visitors on the importance of safe cabling for homes and the Halogen Free Flame Retardant (HFFR) cables and wires.
Commenting on the seminar and the partnership with AG Tech, Bassem Salhab, Middle East region director for B3 Cables said: "HFFR technology is a buzzword nowadays and B3 Cables is committed to deliver the best products, without compromising on quality and standards.
Within the past year, LKAB has worked with Farrel Pomini on testing HFFR compounds with up to 61.3% of the newest UltraCarb grade (LH3), which has finer particle size, in EVA on a CP550 machine.
Halogen-free, flame-retardant (HFFR) cable compounds; during the compounding process, the temperature of the melt must be kept below 180[degrees]C; at any higher temperature, the flame retardant ATH (aluminum trihydrate; AI[(OH).sub.3]), which is incorporated into the base material in quantities between 55 and 70 wt%, will begin to decompose.
The four-flight MX Kneader was intended originally to make HFFR cable compounds containing up to 70 per cent by weight of metal hydroxide.
But for specialty applications like halogen-free flame-retardant (HFFR) electrical cable, which require either high levels of fillers, special fillers requiring high shear, or heat-sensitive fillers and/or blowing agents, an adjustable dam could be used upstream to start melting in the first mixing chamber, so that additional fillers could be introduced to already melted material in the downstream mixing chamber.
To support growing local demand, the company has begun local compounding of products such as Noryl Flex TPO with halogen-free flame retardant (HFFR) and Lexan copolymer, used in applications such as telecommunications, electrical, LED, and safety helmets.
Pearlthane HFFR is a halogen-free flame retardant TPU.
In recent years, it has been prompted to develope halogen-free flame retardant (HFFR) for polymer materials.
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