TCPP flame retardant precautions and safety measures introduced, quick collection!

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2024-03-12 08:42

In recent years, with the increase in the output of plastic products and the improvement of safety standards, the application of flame retardant materials has become more and more extensive. Generally speaking, flame retardant materials can be divided into organic and inorganic flame retardant materials. Among them, organic is mainly halogen additives, and inorganic not only has a certain flame retardant effect, but also producesHClto prevent smoke. In addition, inorganic flame retardant materials are harmless, non-corrosive, and cheap. The consumption of inorganic flame retardant materials in the United States, Japan and other countries exceeds 60%, while my country's consumption is less than 10%.


There are many kinds of TCPP flame retardants. If used improperly, some flame retardants may cause safety problems. When using them, we should pay attention to safety. What are the precautions in the use of TCPP flame retardants.

1. Soak the material to be flame retardant in the liquid flame retardant, and then dry, dry or air dry.

2. If the amount of water absorption is large, use a dehydrator to spin dry or squeeze dry by hand after soaking, and then put it in the sun, oven or air to dry.

3. Spraying method can be used. Spray evenly on the front and back of the material repeatedly with a spray bottle until soaked.

4. The amount of liquid is usually 15-35% of the weight of the material. The flame retardancy of the treated material reached the national standard "Flame Retardant B1 ''.

In the process of using TCPP flame retardant, if the use method is not correct, it may cause safety problems. How to protect your own safety? Let me introduce it to you.

1. Assess the toxicity of flame retardants that are suspected to be harmful to human health and the environment, strictly control their production, use and acceptance, and stop production and sales once they are confirmed to be unsuitable for use. For example, tris (dibromopropyl) phosphate was once a widely used and very effective halogen-free flame retardant, but it was later found to be carcinogenic and has been banned in many countries. The harmful TCPP flame retardants penta-bromo-bis-ether and octa-bromo-bis-ether have also been banned after evaluation.

2. For the newly developed products, its impact on human health, safety and the environment has been studied and evaluated, and more detailed information can be provided to ensure the safety of production and use. On the one hand, people strive to improve the safety level of existing flame retardants and their materials, on the other hand, it is committed to developing new environmentally friendly combustion improperers and gradually promoting their use (for example, the halogen-free flame retardant polypropylene in the world has reached about 20% of the total flame retardant polypropylene). It is believed that the development of new products will ensure the use of their materials, not only to reduce fire hazards, but also to minimize their impact on the environment.

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