Kraiburg TPE flame retardant
compounds comply with the IEC 61249-2-21 standard's definition of halogen-free.
In this study appear in the Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, researchers examined exposure to a commonly used OPFR, Tris (1,3-dichlorisopropyl) phosphate, known as Tris, and six other flame retardants
They also explain that flame retardants
represent a very "broad range of products with differing characteristics, formulations and intended uses," designed for specific applications that require specific chemical and performance attributes, making it inappropriate to seek to ban a broad class of flame retardant
But flame retardants
can achieve their full effect only if the right processing aids are used in the production of the flame-retardant compounds.
The most important sales markets for flame retardants
are the construction industry and the electrics and electronics industry: Nearly 53 percent of global demand originated in these two segments.
ICL's FR-122P polymeric flame retardant
and Albemarle's GreenCrest polymeric flame retardant
will be manufactured under the joint venture.
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
The study suggests more than two million tonnes of flame retardants
were consumed in 2013, owing to the increased demand for plastics in the construction, automotive and electronics industries.
The company makes inherently flame retardant
plastics and oligomers under the trade name Nofia.
The objective of this study is to develop a low dosage compound flame retardant
and improve the compatibility between flame retardants
Meanwhile, the Si element existed in Si[O.sub.2] aerogel, combined with P or N presented in phosphorus flame retardants
, exert a certain synergistic flame retardant
and smoke suppression effect [10, 11].