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Flame Retardants

Flame retardant is also known as flame-proofing agent or fire-proofing agent. It is a kind of special auxiliary chemicals used to improve the burning performance of flammable and combustible materials. This fire retardant is mainly applied in plastics. It delays or prevents plastics from burning, especially for high polymer plastics. Red phosphorus is a good non-halogen flame retardant. Flame retardants possess the merits of less additive amount, high efficiency, low smoke, low toxicity, wide use, etc. We can make use of red phosphorus, aluminum hydroxide and expanded graphite to manufacture composite P/Mg, P/Al, P/graphite and other non-halogen fire retardants. This can significantly reduce the using amount of flame retardants, thus improve the processing properties and mechanical properties of plastics.

1. This product uses environmental materials, so it does not produce toxic gas and smoke.
2. Our fire retardants are of small identity and light weight.

Applications of Flame Retardants 
1. It is widely used for fire-retardant processing of various decoration materials. When the outside fire attacks, the materials processed by the fire retardant can effectively prevent, delay or stop the spread of flame.
2. Flame retardants have a broad market prospect in chemical building materials, electronics, transportation, aerospace, household furniture, interior decoration, basic necessities and other fields.

Classification of Fire Retardant
1. According to its flame retardant elements, it can be divided into halogen-based type, phosphorus-based type, nitrogen-based type, phosphorus-halogen type, phosphorus- nitrogen-based flame retardants, etc.
2. According to its components, this fire retardant includes inorganic salt type, organic type and organic-inorganic hybrid type.
3. According to different application methods, it can be divided into additive type and reactive type. The additive flame retardants consist of inorganic type, halogen-based type, phosphorus-based type and nitrogen-based type fire retardant.

How to Reduce Dangers of Flame Retardants
1. Enhance protracted science advocacy to raise public conscious awareness of polybrominated diphenyl ethers.
2. Provide qualified and safe food for the maternal and infant.
3. Works who are in direct contact with PBDEs should pay particular attention to food safety. Do not have meals in the open air or polluted environment. Carefully wash hands before meals.
4. Develop environmental friendly flame retardants or fire retardants to replace polybrominated diphenyl ethers.