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Tuesday, 02 June 2020

Fire Retardants

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Friday 31 January 2003 1:00:00 am

I'm working on a Ureathane coating for a nitted polyester net (60%) coverage. The net has to be virtualy fire proof, the spec calls for a maximum of 6% burn in a vertical flame test. I've tried antimony trioxide / pentoxide , and bromomated compounds as well as zinc compounds, nothing seems to be good enough. CAN ANY ONE HELP !

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Sunday 02 February 2003 1:00:00 am

Get some butenediol from GAF and brominate it. Then, you'll have a good flame retarder built into the polymer.

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Tuesday 11 February 2003 1:00:00 am

Many flame retardants work with a different mechanism and thus produce the best results when combined. Try (if possible) a filler composed of aluminium hydroxide and/or melamine, combined with a halogenated phosphorous ester such as TCPP and one of your bromated compounds.
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Wednesday 13 August 2003 1:00:00 am

dear
I want sum informasion and start formulation about fire retardant(intumescent) coatings . and spacialy on epoxy resin.please.
thanks.

Shaher Okli
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Monday 27 January 2020 7:18:00 pm

Got it. Contact me via promychevvds@gmail.com

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