- Flame Retardants are chemicals which are added into materials that burn easily with a focus on to prevent ignition or slow down fire. To prevent combustion, it becomes necessary to design a thermally stable polymer that has a lesser probability of decomposing into combustible gases under heat stress.
- Flame retardant chemicals are used in commercial and consumer products.
- Flame retardants inhibit or delay the spread of fire by suppressing the chemical reactions in the flame or by the formation of a protective layer on the surface of a material.
- The market for flame retardants is increasing due to rising safety standards worldwide and the increased use of flame retardants.
- Flame retardants, categorized based on chemical structure and properties.
|Sr. No.||Product Name||CAS No.||Description|
|1||Hexaphenoxycyclotriphosphazene (Zeron HPCTP)||1184-10-7||It can be used as an additive-tip fire retardant or halogen-free fire retardant in epoxy resin, copper clad plate, LED luminous diode, powder paint, encapsulating material or polymer material.|