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fire retardant

Public health A chemical used to resist combustion, which may contain polybrominated biphenyls and antimony oxide
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A new phosphate salt is an efficient fire retardant for polyolefins, and red phosphorus/phenolic combinations are effective in high-temperature polymers.
VersaShield fabrics contain no hazardous fire retardant chemicals.
Considering the amounts of halogenated fire retardants used in resins such as ABS, HIPS, PE, PP, PBT.
Moreover, the effects of fire retardant treatment on properties of plywood were evaluated.
The majority of fire retardant chemical is used in plastics & rubber industries as an important additive to PP, PE, PU, engineering plastics for automobile and electronics, flexible PVC, and they are closely followed by the electrical 8c electronics, chemical (mostly coatings) and electric wire manufacturing industries.
(5.) Wang, J, Shu, Z, "On Protecting Effect of Fire Retardant Coating for Insulation Failure of Cable in Fire Condition." Fire Sci.
“Over the years we here at Tentickle International were told that true fire retardant tent technology was simply a pipedream.
"While ATH remains a key focus of our strategy, we have an even more robust portfolio of other fire retardant offerings that demonstrates our commitment to the industry and our customers," says Jerry Bertram, vice president and general manager of HEM's Industrial Minerals business, "so we updated the name to capture the essence of the business and where it's going for future growth."
It combines portions of Krona insulation with material coated with an intumescent fire retardant. At 0.25 inch thick, Krona-FR is said to provide an R-15 rating of insulation; should more insulation be desired, the material can be reinforced by additional layers.
Our offering includes decorative jacquards, tapestries, plains, stripes, fire retardant, Crypton, Millennium, vinyl and vertical textiles.
"Phase two of the expansion at Bauxite is already in motion and targeted for completion in 2015," says Don Mills, global sales director for Huber's Fire Retardant Additives business.