Flame Retardants product portfolio for various applications
Zinc Borate has a wide range of applications as a smoke suppressant and flame retardant in plastics, rubber, textiles, paints, adhesives, pigments and ceramics. Thanks to its high dehydration temperature, it is used in production of high temperature resistant polymers. It can be used in both halogen-containing and halogen-free flame retardant formulations.
Naftoblend ACFR-01 is an innovative product that has a high flame retardancy effect. This multifunctional solution is compatible with PVC and various polymer systems, including polyamides, polyethylene, polypropylene, epoxy, polyesters, elastomers, and rubber.
• Replaces Antimony Trioxide (Sb2O3) by 1:1 ratio.
• More sustainable and environmentally friendly
• Cost effective
• Enhanced performance with efficient smoke suppression
• Excellent color performance
• Compatible with all plastics and rubber systems
In the last decades, the intense demand for fire safety has increased the consumption of flame retardants. Not only firefighting, but also the environmental impact of flame retardant systems has become a key issue. MCN is a flame retardant that does not harm the environment due to its halogen-free structure. MCN, which is used specifically for PA6 and PA66, gives these systems the UL 94 V-0 property. MCN, which decomposes endothermically above 320°C, acts as an inert gas source that dilutes oxygen and fuel gases at the point of combustion, while also providing a cooling effect by absorbing heat from the environment. MCN has superior flame retardant properties compared to APP and MPP. MCN is an odorless, non-toxic, white crystalline powder that is virtually insoluble in water but has partial solubility in ethanol, methanol and other organic solvents.