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Synonyms for retardant

any agent that retards or delays or hinders

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In terms of value, the global market for flame retardant chemicals is expected to grow from $7.
Flame-retardant solid concentrates, organic-based liquid dispersions, and water-based liquid dispersions of flame retardants and other polymer additives in various carriers as custom made, value-added products.
Melamine is a small market player with slightly more than 1% share of the flame retardant chemicals marketplace.
The fire retardant grade varies from unreinforced to GF10%, 15%, 20%, and 30%, and its forming property is comparable to those of conventional PBT resins.
Neonatal exposure to the brominated flame retardant 2,2',4,4',5-pentabromodiphenyl ether causes altered susceptibility in the cholinergic transmitter system in the adult mouse.
The group recently released a new study in which it claims it has found high levels of flame retardant (FR) chemicals in mother's breast milk.
With heavy black smoke churning into the skies as flames devoured nearly 5,000 acres of parched chaparral last weekend, helicopters mistakenly dropped at least one load - and possibly three - of pink fire retardant into the creek, said Cid Morgan, district ranger for the U.
Albright & Wilson's flame retardant products are easily combined with binders and coatings.
Generally speaking, with the domestic market volume enlarging greatly in recent years, there are various commercial opportunities in China's flame retardant industry.
Market Research Report on Global and Chinese Flame Retardant Industry, 2009-2019 is a professional and in-depth market survey on Global and Chinese Flame Retardant industry.
The Global Flame Retardant Fabric Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the flame retardant fabric industry.
Cesa-flam flame-retardant masterbatches offer a wide range of efficient and universally usable halogenated flame retardants as well as some specific halogen-free solutions.
This low-viscosity product with a phosphorus content of more than 20% can be used to replace either all or some of the halogen-containing flame retardant typically used in formulations.
The systems consist of a single tank filled with fertilizer-like flame retardant, which is ejected through two nozzles at the plane's rear.