flame-retardant


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Synonyms for flame-retardant

resistant to catching fire

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Generally speaking, regular flame-retardant recycled polycarbonate plastic contains around 55% added new polycarbonate plastic and approximately 15% flame retardant(2).
Although it has been possible to produce PET films with flame retardance above the VTM-2 level, these films require the use of halogenated flame-retardant additives and flame-retardant coatings, leading to higher costs and increased environmental burdens.
Unlike flame retardants that are incorporated into the polymer molecule during polymerization, flame-retardant masterbatches allow variable dosing levels and thus enhance flexibility during process.
Through existing licensing agreements with Rutgers, Axion is authorized to sell and sub-license the unique flame-retardant coating throughout the United States, North America and South America.
Firebrake products act as synergists in both halogenated and halogen-free flame-retardant formulations.
In China, low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant PP is mainly applied in such fields as electric apparatus, electric cable, and automobile.
Santicizer phosphate esters combine plasticizer and flame-retardant properties to provide good compatibility, low-smoke generation, and good low-temperature flexibility and clarity.
Akzo Nobel's Phosflex flame-retardant plasticizers for flexible vinyl applications experienced moderate growth during the 1990s.
Zinc hydroxystannate and zinc stannate flame-retardant and smoke-suppressant additives for use in conjunction with chlorine or bromine.
The building, transportation, mining, and electrical and electronics industries rely on polymer materials that contain flame-retardant additives.
Alumina trihydrates for use as flame-retardant and smoke-suppressant fillers in rubber and plastics.
However, European regulatory bodies are actively discouraging the use of bromine-based flame retardants for environmental reasons, and the possibility of similar activity in the United States has prompted both end-users and flame-retardant producers to pursue alternative technologies.
Market Overview II-2 Regulations Set a Blazing Trail for Flame Retardants II-2 Benign Compounds: Growth Spurred by Health Concerns II-3 Device Miniaturization Offers Opportunities for Flame Retardants in Electronics and Electrical Industry II-3 Transport Market Zooming Ahead II-3 Construction Sector - Major Demand Determinant II-3 Flame-Retardant Treated Wood II-3 Innovative FR chemistries gave a Fillip to the Industry II-4 Plastics in Electronics Hikes Demand for Flame Retardants II-5 Safety Standards Keep Flame Retardants on the Growth Path II-5 Europe Tilts towards Halogen-Free Flame Retardant Chemicals II-5
Melapur melamine-based flame-retardant line includes solid melamine cyanurate and melamine polyphosphate products for use in nylon 6 and 66, polyolefins, epoxy, polyurethane, and unsaturated polyester.
Highlights : - An overview of the global market for flame-retardant chemicals, with coverage of plastics, textiles, wood/paper, coatings/paper, coatings/construction, and coatings/decorations market applications.