alumina trihydrate


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alumina trihydrate

[ə′lüm·ə·nə ‚trī′hī‚drāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Al2O3·3H2O, or Al(OH)3 A white powder; insoluble in water, soluble in hydrochloric or sulfuric acid or sodium hydroxide; used in the manufacture of ceramic glasses and in paper coating. Also known as aluminum hydrate; aluminum hydroxide; hydrated alumina; hydrated aluminum oxide.
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Fine precipitated alumina trihydrate is an environmentally-friendly, mineral-based flame retardant and smoke suppressant used in a variety of polyolefin resins.
Alumina trihydrate, calcium carbonate, magnesium hydroxide, and talc fillers.
Standard and surface-modified alumina trihydrate and Zerogen magnesium hydroxide flame retardants.
Alumina trihydrate (ATH) should continue to dominate the market by volume with an estimated 42% market share.
Additionally, although environmentally unfavorable chlorinated flame retardants continue to enjoy high levels of demand in less developed parts of the world, countries such as China are rapidly moving away from these chemicals, spurring robust growth in demand for other flame retardants, including phosphorus and alumina trihydrate.
Alumi-Nyte ground alumina trihydrate granule designed to impart 3-D granite appearance in sheet.
Haltex 302, a smoke suppressant and flame retardant additive composed of ultrafine alumina trihydrate particles, is intended primarily for critical electrical applications, such as wire and cable insulation, jacketing, and circuit boards.
United Minerals, a producer of silane surface modified fillers, a provider of toll processing of custom products and a seller of alumina trihydrate, wollastonite, silica and magnesium hydroxide, has been certified to ISO 9002 standards by American Certification.
TABLE 6 (CONTINUED) 16 ALUMINA TRIHYDRATE 16 ANTIMONY OXIDE 16 BROMINE-BASED 17 CHLORINE-BASED 18 MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE 18 MELAMINE 19 PHOSPHORUS-BASED 19 OTHER FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS 20 FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICAL END-USE MARKETS 21 TABLE 7 MARKETS USING FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS 21 PLASTICS 22 TEXTILES 22 WOOD AND PAPER 22 COATINGS USED FOR PAINTS 22 COATINGS USED FOR CONSTRUCTION 22 COATINGS USED FOR DECORATIONS 23 THE FUTURE OF THE FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS INDUSTRY 23 THE FUTURE OF THE .
The brochure provides facts and addresses alumina trihydrate, magnesium hydroxide, antimony oxide, chlorinated paraffin, phosphate esters and zinc borate.
Hydrated minerals, such as alumina trihydrate, can be very effective as flame retardants.
Bayer grades of alumina trihydrate available as well as custom grinds and blends of alumina trihyflrate, calcium carbonate and bauxite.