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Kraiburg TPE has extensive experience in the development of TPEs with halogen-free flame retardant properties.
Tenders invited for Halogen-free flame retardant flexible power cable
Hu, "Functionalized lignin for halogen-free flame retardant rigid polyurethane foam: preparation, thermal stability, fire performance and mechanical properties," Journal of Polymer Research, vol.
Archroma has announced that its halogen-free flame retardant powder coating additive, Pekoflam HFC, is now officially recognized as a manufacturer certified product by the Oeko-Tex Association.
Archroma, a global leader in specialty chemicals, announces that its novel halogen-free flame retardant powder coating additive, Pekoflam(R) HFC is officially recognized as a manufacturer certified product by the Oeko-Tex(R) Association.
TOKYO - Adeka Fine Chemical Shanghai Co., a Chinese subsidiary of Japanese chemical maker Adeka Corp., will expand its production capacity of ADK STAB FP-2200, a nitrogen-phosphorous based, halogen-free flame retardant for polyolefins, from the current 3,000 tons a year to 5,000 tons to meet market demand, Adeka said.
Chen, "Synthesis and properties of a novel intumescent flame retardant (IFR) and its application in halogen-free flame retardant ethylene propylene diene terpolymer (EPDM)," Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, vol.
Ticona Engineering Polymers (Florence, KY) introduces XFR[R] halogen-free flame retardant polymers--the enhanced Celanex[R] 6842 series with improved processability and equivalent properties that give designers and manufacturers a drop-in option for use in eco-friendly electrical and electronic components.
The combination of this polymer with the halogen-free flame retardant system also gives low toxicity and smoke in case of a fire.C[yen] It said the new material provided the best high-heat aging properties of all TPE-Es, with a continuous operating temperature rating of 3,000 hrs at 175A C; therefore, it exceeded the requirements for temperature class D under ISO 6722.
Its halogen-free flame retardant polymer insulation is said to be in accordance with the EN45545-2 rolling stock fire standard, with the crosslinked outer jacketing providing high resistance to chemicals, mechanical stresses and extreme temperatures.
Additionally, Solvay, a global supplier of high-performance polymers, has added three new grades to its Cogegum silane grafted, polyolefin-based, crosslinkable and halogen-free flame retardant compounds portfolio.
DSM has launched a series of new halogen-free flame retardant Stanyl compounds for the electronics market, which it says will allow manufacturers of connectors, sockets and electronic components to enjoy the traditional strengths of Stanyl products, such as toughness and high flow, with more reliable and trouble-free processability.