retardancy

All Noun
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  • This is the most common use of chemical fire retardancy.
  • Modacrylics are used primarily in applications where environmental resistance or flame retardancy is necessary or required.
  • The current facility is equipped to perform standardized tests for flame retardancy and fire resistance.
  • Some examples of such new properties are fire resistance or flame retardancy, and accelerated biodegradability.
  • Another major technology was the use of bromine and its components in flame retardancy of polymeric materials.
  • Flame retardancy does not have the same meaning as flameproofing.
  • It is recommended that topically treated drapery be re-tested for fire-retardancy on an annual basis and re-treated by a qualified professional as needed.
  • Ultem 9085 also exhibits fire retardancy making it suitable for aerospace and aviation applications.
  • Typically LCPs have a high mechanical strength at high temperatures, extreme chemical resistance, inherent flame retardancy, and good weatherability.
  • Lewin was among the first to develop this technology, and his invention to increase the flame retardancy of wood products by injecting bromine into wood was acclaimed.
  • The basic mechanisms of flame retardancy vary depending on the specific flame retardant and the substrate.
  • Aluminium diethyl phosphinate has proven to be stable enough, providing very efficient flame retardancy for HTPAs.
  • The combination of flame retardancy and low density is also useful in furnishings, draperies, and outdoor fabrics.
  • The natural fire retardancy of PVC is a double-edged sword in that building materials may smolder, giving off hydrogen chloride gas, for long periods of time before visible signs of fire appear.
  • These conferences, which include forty invited lectures each by expert scientists from over 20 countries, institutionalized flame retardancy of polymers as one of the most important fields in polymer science.
  • It was frequently used for such purposes as furnace flues, roof shingles, siding, soffit and fascia panels, and wallboard for areas where fire retardancy is particularly important.
  • Gilman and colleagues did the pioneering work by demonstrating the improvement of fire-retardancy by having nanodispersed montmorillonite clay in the polymer matrix.
  • The use of bromine and its components in the flame retardancy of polymers has been developed over the years, and bromine products for this purpose have reached an annual export from Israel of hundreds of millions of dollars.
  • In the case of fabrics that are designated as fire-retardant, that have been topically treated with chemicals, the flame retardancy of the fabric will dissipate over time, particularly with repeated cleaning.
  • Americhem Infinity specializes in products that maximize the impact resistance, lubricity, electrostatic dissipation, flame retardancy or other physical properties of thermoplastic products.
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How retardancy gets used