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We are pleased to announce you that Mrs. Ayaka Katsuki, from ADEKA COPORATION will be present at AMI Fire Resistance in Plastics, Dec. 2018, Cologne, Germany.
Below you can read an abstract :
EXPANSION OF POLYOLEFIN APPLICATIONS VIA INTUMESCENT HALOGEN-FREE FLAME RETARDANT TECHNOLOGY
With the European railway regulation EN45545-2 coming into force in 2013, increased attention is given to the formation of smoke and toxic gases in fire scenarios. Similar regulations are expected to be applied also on a global level. Although halogenated polymer compounds provide good flame retardancy, especially in a synergistic combination with antimony trioxide, these formulations may cause serious health and environmental problems due to the evolution of corrosive and toxic smoke during combustion. A new halogen-free intumescent flame retardant system, the “ADK STAB FP-2000 series” has been developed for polyolefins. This system depresses not only the smoke generation in the event of a fire but exhibits a very low level of formation of toxic gases during combustion: ADK STAB FP-2500S can dramatically reduce the generation of smoke and toxic gases, as proven in tests according to ISO 5659-2.
In addition, ADK STAB FP-2500S shows excellent thermal stability in combination with high performance antioxidants and hence formulations based on this flame retardant can be expected to provide good flame retardancy also in demanding application conditions over extended periods of use.
This paper describes that ADK STAB FP-2500S is eligible to achieve various flame retardant regulations and satisfy wide range applications.
Mrs. Ayaka Katsuki will speak in Session 1 - Innovations & New Material Concepts, Tuesday 11th December 2018, at 14:20
Full program is available here: AMI Fire Resistance in Plastics