flame retardant


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flame retardant

n.
A substance that is applied to fabric, wood, or other material in order to make it resistant to catching fire. Also called fire retardant.

flame′-re·tar′dant adj.
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Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Flame Retardant Polyester Resins Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking-Global Market Insights 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.
Kraiburg TPE has expanded its flame retardant product portfolio with innovative materials which, in addition to UL 94 V0, meet DIN 45545-2 for railway applications.
Summary: The study predicts that the flame retardant apparel market will grow at an impressive 6.5% volume CAGR through 2027.
Flame retardant chemicals have been added to furniture and electronics since the 1970s to comply with fire safety standards.
In general, state regulation of flame retardants has tended to focus on six substances--DecaBDE, PentaBDE, OctaBDE, HCBD, TCEP, and TCDPP--that have been regulated or are being phased out by many flame retardant manufacturers and users (Table 1).
In cable insulations, producers incorporate the flame retardant during extrusion.
Holding a market share of 37%, ATH is, on a global perspective, the most commonly used flame retardant, followed by brominated compounds.
This year four health care systems announced that they will stop purchasing furniture treated with toxic flame retardant chemicals.
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These recycled materials use Sony's own unique sulfur-based flame retardant to achieve a highly durable, highly heat-resistant plastic that uses up to 99% recycled materials.(1) Sony first put SORPLAS to practical use in 2011, adopting the material in its BRAVIA series of LCD televisions.
According to a recent study by research group, Ceresana, the market value of flame retardant additives for plastics will rise to approximately US$7.15 billion in 2021.