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retardant

[ri′tärd·ənt]
(materials)
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7 China Low Smoke Halogen Free Flame Retardant Polypropylene (PP) Capacity, Production, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2013-2018) 3.
Huber has now made three acquisitions over the past five years to its fire retardant additives business.
Sony's unique sulfur-based flame retardant achieves flame resistance equivalent to conventional flame-retardant recyclable polycarbonate plastic but with only the tiniest amount of flame retardant - less than 1% of the total mass (or less than one-tenth of conventional flame retardant weight(3)).
Aluminum trihydroxide, or, in short, ATH, remains the most important type of flame retardant nevertheless.
For rigid urethanes, a diol of tetrabromophthalic anhydride (PHT-4 Diol) is used as a reactive flame retardant.
I am pleased to submit this letter as a representative of the American Chemistry Council Brominated Flame Retardants Industry Panel (BFRIP).
We'll have portable mixing machines on the truck for the retardant, and we will be able to pump water from nearby creeks or lakes between fill ups.
The group recently released a new study in which it claims it has found high levels of flame retardant (FR) chemicals in mother's breast milk.
Plastics are by far the most important outlet for flame retardants in the US, accounting for nearly 80 percent of total flame retardant demand in 1998.
On another hand, as China is a flame retardant export-oriented country, international policies and regulations in flame retardants are important to its domestic flame retardant industry.