triaryl phosphates

triaryl phosphates

industrial chemicals used as plasticizers, lubricant additives and the like. Poisoning of animals has occurred and includes paralysis of the extremities and fetid diarrhea.
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2010); tetrabromobenzoate (TBB); and a mixture of triaryl phosphates including triphenyl phosphate (TPP) and several isomers of mono-, di-, and tri i sopropylated triaryl phosphates (ITPs).
FM550 is a mixture of brominated components (TBB and TBPH) and triaryl phosphates (TPP and ITP).
Phosflex nonhalogenated phosphate ester flame-retardant plasticizers include isopropylated triaryl phosphates, alkyl diphenyl phosphates, t-butyl triaryl phosphates, natural triaryl phosphates, and specialty products.
Products include isopropylated triaryl phosphates, alkyl diphenyl phosphates, t-butyl triaryl phosphates, natural triaryl phosphates, and other specialty products.
Also produces less than half the volume of smoke than typical triaryl phosphates and finds use in wire and cable jackets, vinyl-covered fabric, and general-purpose vinyl compounds.
Reofos triaryl phosphate ester flame-retardant plasticizers for PVC, cellulosics, and other thermoplastics.
It also produces less than haft the volume of smoke than typical triaryl phosphates and finds use in wire and cable jackets, vinyl-covered fabric, and Vinyl general-purpose compounds requiring low smoke and good flame resistance.
Kronitex triaryl phosphate esters are flame-retardant plasticizers for PVC, cellulosics, and other thermoplastics.
Product also produces less than one-half the volume of smoke upon combustion than typical triaryl phosphates and finds use in wire and cable jackets, vinyl-covered fabric, and vinyl and rubber general-purpose compounds requiring low-smoke and good flame resistance.
Included in the Phosflex group are: isopropylated triaryl phosphates, alkyl diphenyl phosphates, t-butyl triaryl phosphates, natural triaryl phosphates, and specialty products.
Triaryl phosphates are made from phenol and cresylic acids, and equivalent esters from phenol and synthetic alkyl phenols.
Triaryl phosphates made from phenol and cresylic acids and equivalent esters made from phenol and synthetic alkyl phenols are readily available.