hot-selling transparent oily liquid flame-retardant plasticizer for materials such as nitrocellulose and neoprene

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    Transparent flame retardant - en.fcfc-plastics.com

    Transparent flame retardant FCFC PC resin (TAIRILITE® PC Resin) and FIPC PC resin (TARFLON® PC Resin), using the state of phosgene polymerization process from IDEMITSU, JAPAN, with good quality management system.

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    Flame Retardants for Fire Proof Plastics

    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.

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    China Rigid Plasticizer, China Rigid Plasticizer

    China Rigid Plasticizer, China Rigid Plasticizer Suppliers and Manufacturers Directory - Source a Large Selection of Rigid Plasticizer Products at concrete plasticizer,plasticizer for concrete,super plasticizer from China Alibaba.com

  • flame retardants / fire retardants - online raw materials

    Flame Retardants / Fire Retardants - Online Raw Materials

    Flame retardants / fire retardants are chemical compounds added to paints and coatings to inhibit/retard the ignition/burning of the paint. In marine applications where ships are repeatedly painted to prevent corrosion, building up of paint layers increases the risk of catching fire which can damage the vessel.

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    Flame Retardants Plastics: Then and Now - Plastics Technology

    Flame retardants are a class of chemicals designed to provide passive fire protection to polymers under specific fire risk scenarios. The fire protection provided by the flame retardant can vary from ignition resistance to slowing of flame spread/heat release growth to smoke and toxic gas reduction.

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    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.

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    Wells Plastics – Flame Retardants

    As polymers consist of long chain hydrocarbons, unmodified, most thermoplastic materials are flammable and will burn readily given sufficient heat energy. Fires from plastics can be devastating. Flame retardant additives can be added to a polymer to improve its fire resistance properties by increasing the materials ignition temperature

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    Flame Retardant Thermoplastics - RTP Company

    experience, and the approved materials solutions, to help you meet them. Independent and Unbiased Our portfolio of more than 60 resins and hundreds of modifiers allows us to custom engineer the most effective flame retardant solution for your needs, effectively incorporating properties such as strength, wear resistance, flexibility and more. And,

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    Plastics additives - CCP

    brominated epoxy flame retardant Brominated epoxy flame retardant is an epoxy resin-based flame retardant with high bromine content. It can be added to variety of engineering plastics, such as PP, PA, PE, PS, ABS, PET, and PBT.

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    RTP at a Glance

    incorporating a flame retardant system. Some polymers, such as fluoropolymers and polysulfones, are inherently flame retardant. Other polymers – including nylons, polyesters, polypropylenes and many other useful and cost-effective materials – are not. They must be modified to achieve the proper level of fire resistance through the use of flame

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    Halogen-Free Flame Retardants for Plastics | amfine.com

    Flame retardants are added to plastic materials to meet the flammability standards for applications such as electrical and electronic components, building and construction materials, automotive and aviation, and shipping pallets. Liquid, halogen-free flame retardant for engineering plastics, styrenic polymers, polyurethanes, and sealants.