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retardant

[ri′tärd·ənt]
(materials)
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The specialty TPV materials are more suitable for severe requirement applications such as tray cables, "wet or moist" cables or applications that require some degree of flame retardancy.
Melamine-modified urea-formaldehyde resins mixed with ammonium polyphosphate (MUFs/APP) have been found to significantly improve the fire retardancy of medium-density fiberboard (MDF; Ma et al.
As an indispensable component, charring agent plays a very important role that greatly influences the flame retardancy.
The cables provide a high level of fire retardancy and fire resistance, together with low-smoke and low-toxicity characteristics enabled by the use of zero-halogen materials.
of Dayton Research Institute) present an updated and expanded edition of their text on the applied materials science of fire retardancy in polymers.
IN FLAME RETARDANCY OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS BCC Research, Holiday Inn, Stamford, CT (866-285-7215, x606)
This material also complies with UL 94 V-O flame retardancy specifications.
This wool already has many desirable properties, so it's a natural choice for developing a fabric with improved flame retardancy.
Three phosphorous functional groups were introduced in one structural unit of polymer backbone to enhance the flame retardancy of PU coatings.
Polychloroprene synthetic rubber is being used in automotive parts and general industrial parts that require flame retardancy and resistance to oils and weathering.
LEXAN EXL 9112 and LEXAN EXL 1434 resins from GE Advanced Materials provide various levels of flame retardancy that help address eco-label needs and offer high flow, broad chemical resistance and enhanced weatherability.
The researchers plan to test these products for flame retardancy.