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What is the role of aluminum hydroxide in flame retardants?
Aluminum hydroxide and aluminum partial hydroxide collectively, aluminum chloride monohydrate. In order to improve the punitive properties of Al(OH)2 as a flame retardant, improve heat resistance, moisture resistance, low smoke, and flame retardant substrate compatibility and electrical insulation, a great deal of research has been conducted, such as grain size. Fine ultrafine particles, particle shape and reasonable control and reasonable size surface distribution. Treated with a coupling agent to reduce the Al(OH)2 Al content as much as possible. The new brand of American Flute Halofree Halogen Free, low smoke, low toxicity, non-corrosive and thermal stability, flame retardant, based on modified Al(OH)2: inorganic flame retardant.
Application of aluminum hydroxide
Aluminium hydroxide is very useful. It is not only used for flame retardants, but also for combustion of students of corrosive gases. It can be used not only alone but also with other flame retardants. It can be used not only for thermosetting resins, but also for thermosetting resins. Can be used for hot resin. The decomposition of the halosulfide oxide is an endothermic anti-counterfeiting, which effectively lowers the temperature at which the polymer is initially decomposed. The effect of the liquid and solid surfaces becomes that the gold trihalide particles reduce the energy of the flame. In the mid-stage polymerization under a flame in a solid or molten state, antimony trioxide can increase the reaction of coke, and the chemical structure of the volatile structure of the volatile combustibles and the slow decomposition and decomposition of the thermal decomposition. The carbon layer and the build-up can be turned off to prevent the polymer, the resistive combustible gas from entering the flame zone.
What are the conditions for the use of flame retardants in foams?