The flame retardant materials are more widely used

  • Date:2018-07-21
  • Summary:The flame retardant material includes an organic flame retardant material and an inorganic flame retardant material, and the current flame retardant material is
    The flame retardant material includes an organic flame retardant material and an inorganic flame retardant material, and the current flame retardant material is a material capable of achieving a flame retardant effect after adding a flame retardant. Generally speaking, various types of flame retardants are classified into organic flame retardants and inorganic flame retardants, and organic flame retardants have good flame retarding effects and relatively few additives. However, organic flame retardants have the disadvantage of large amounts of smoke and release of toxic gases during combustion. Inorganic materials have the advantages of being non-toxic, smokeless, non-volatile, and inexpensive, but there are a large number of additives.
     
    The flame retardant is a polymer synthetic material booster, and the flame retardant can be used for flame retardant treatment of the polymer material, thereby avoiding material burning and preventing the spread of fire, and promoting the synthetic material to have smoke odor, self-extinguishing property and flame retardancy. .
     
    In recent years, with the increase in the output of plastic products and the improvement of safety standards, flame retardant materials are more widely used. Generally speaking, flame retardant materials can be divided into organic flame retardant materials and inorganic flame retardant materials. Among them, the organic flame retardant material is mainly a halogen additive, and the inorganic material not only has a certain flame retardant effect, but also generates hydrogen chloride and prevents smoke generation.
     
    In addition, inorganic flame retardant materials are non-toxic, non-corrosive and inexpensive. The consumption of inorganic flame retardant materials in the United States, Japan and other countries exceeds 60%. However, the consumption of inorganic flame retardant materials in China is less than 10%.