During the intumescence
of the coating under fire, the fire retardant additives in the coating decompose and release some nonflammable gases.
, bum rate control, anticorrosion, quaternization sites, disassociation rate/electron transfer control, etc.
One can therefore only infer that these values are stable or tend to vary toward lower values in the craniocaudal direction, except for segments L3-L6, which present the lumbar intumescence
His last publications were the important series of articles assembled later as Clinical Memoirs on Abdominal Tumours and Intumescence
And while PB-460 is not itself an intumescent FR, it enhances the natural intumescence
of polycarbonate, Green adds.
Wood Seal: The Company's Class B liquid penetrant for wood, has been improved in like manner to the improvements to FX-100, with quicker cures, high water resistance, and improved fire performance, adding FX-100-like intumescence
to create a Class A, one step wood spray, which is an industry first.
Delobel, Fire Retardancy of Polymers: The Use of Intumescence
, Cambridge, The Royal Chemical Society (1998).
These results showed that the intumescence
and fire protection of the coating without BN attenuated fast under aging conditions, which implied that the anti-aging property of the coating without BN was very weak.
These are called the cervical and lumbar intumescence
Based on proprietary phosphorus compounds, the masterbatches achieve their flame-retardant property through intumescence
Now EG is a new kind of physical intumescence
flame retardant, and it is not only of high efficiency but also friendly to environment.
Fream, Eliokem and a French lab that specializes in fire protection materials, have been investigating the resin's role in the mechanism of intumescence
Alumina trihydrate * Magnesium hydroxide * Zinc borate * Phosphorus * Intumescence