environmental efficient halogen free fire retardant additives
Huber Halogen-Free Fire Retardant Additives
See for yourself Huber's array of comprehensible fire testing capabilities. Huber offers a variety of non-halogen fire retardant additives for many applications. Metal hydroxides are the largest volume flame retardants used in the world. The two most widely used products are alumina trihydrate (Al(OH) 3) and magnesium hydroxide (Mg(OH) 2).
Flame Protection / Solutions for a better life | Budenheim
Many everyday objects are fire resistant to ensure that we can live our lives in safety. In order to avoid ecological and health hazards, Budenheim has made important advances in the production of halogen-free flame retardant agents. Modern additives from Budenheim also offer an additional benefit: they produce less smoke in the event of fire.
The main research focus is now on developing halogen free flame retardants for various kinds of textile fabrics. The new flame retardant chemistry is based on phosphorus, silicone and nitrogen compounds. Research is also focusing on ‘green’ solutions like enzymes and intumescent flame retardants such as expandable graphite.
Highly efficient replacement of traditional intumescent
1. Introduction. In recent years, life safety has been taken into account in the fire and environmental protection requirements. More and more halogen-free intumescent flame retardants (IFRs) have been widely used in flame retardant general polymer resins, especially for polypropylene (PP) (Huang et al., 2014; Kang et al., 2019; Pappalardo et al., 2016; Wu et al., 2010; Wang et al., 2017a
Halogen-Free flame retardants - Greenchemicals
GC EP HF 730 C is an efficient and environmentally friendly, halogen free, flame retardant blend. It is completely without halogens and extremely thermostable. GC EP HF 730 C does not release dioxins and has good mechanical, thermal and electrical properties.
Supplier of Halogen Free Flame Retardants (Melamine
Since 1976, Century Multech, Inc. has been a quality supplier of halogen free flame retardants (including melamine cyanurate, polyphosphate), specialty additives, and fluorescent pigments to a variety of industries, such as plastics, wood, electronics, auto-motives, and aerospace.
Flame Retardants for Fire Proof Plastics - Polymer Additives
Additive vs Reactive Flame Retardants There are several chemical classes of flame retardants used with polymers including Brominates FR's, Organo Phosphorus FR's, Melamine-based FR's, Metal Hydroxide FR's, etc. Apart from these chemical classes, there are other flame retardants that can be incorporated into a polymer. They may act as additive and reactive flame retardants.
Eco-friendly flame retardant additives for epoxy resin
a flame-retardant epoxy resin whose flame retardancy is greatly enhanced by adding fly ash (a by-product from thermal power plants). Applying the fly ash eliminates the need to use current retardants such as organic halogen compounds and thus promotes the perceived environmental safety of flame retardant epoxy resin.
Flame Retardants - Clariant Ltd.
Our non-halogenated flame retardants provide environmentally more compatible protection for buildings, electric and electronic equipment as well as textiles and other materials used in aeroplanes, trains, busses and ships. Clariant’s portfolio is based on phosphorus chemistry, with production sites in Knapsack, Germany, Muttenz, Switzerland and Lufeng, China.
Halogen Free Flame Retardant Based on Organophosphorus
Halogen Free Flame Retardant Based on Organophosphorus have been incorporated as an additive flame retardant (FR) for different class of polymeric materials with a good efficiency. Nowadays, plastic industry is suffering works together to provide efficiency as good as the efficiency provided by halogen-based compounds, like
Flame(Fire) Retardant Additive Manufacture & Supplier
AAntimony oxide produces vapor-phase radical scavengers while used as flame retardants.Antimony halides appear to form an important link in the radical scavenging cycle during flame retardancy. Antimony trioxide(Sb2O3) and pentoxide(Sb2O5) are used along with halogen flame retardant additive or halogenated polymers due to their synergistic interaction arising from the formation of antimony