The Influence of Surface Treatment of Aluminum Hydroxide on PVC Compounds

Surface treatment of aluminum hydroxide can significantly improve the filling of fine aluminum hydroxidePerformance in PVC compounds. The flame retardancy of PVC cable compounds, mechanical properties, and electrical insulation is better. Surface modification is conducive to the flame retardant effect of aluminum hydroxide filler so that the fine aluminum hydroxide inorganic flame retardant filler has

Non-Halogen Flame Retardant(NHFR) Aluminum Hydroxide for Cable Compounds

Fine Aluminum Hydroxide (Fine ATH) is an inorganic white fine crystal, non-hygroscopic powder. Its solubility in water and organic solvents is very low. By volume, ATH is the largest non-halogen flame retardant (NHFR) used in various end applications including cable compounds. The working principle is based on the thermal decomposition of aluminum hydroxide into aluminum

The effect of mixing uniformity on the properties of cable compounds with aluminum hydroxide flame retardant

In order to meet the flame retardant requirements of the halogen-free low-smoke wire and cable standard, it is necessary to add more than 50% aluminum hydroxide. The aluminum hydroxide powder is powdery particles with a particle size d50 of less than 2um, and the polymer is generally 2-3mm. The particle size difference between the two

Applications of Fine ATH as a flame retardant in PVC Cable Compounds

Fine ATH(Aluminum Trihydrate) is a good flame retardant used in PVC compounds. Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is a low-cost polymer material, and it is easy to process. However, when it burns, it produces a lot of smoke, decomposes toxic and corrosive gases, suffocating, and is the main cause of death in fires. The application of fine

Introduction of Aluminum Hydroxide as a Halogen-free Flame Retardant

Aluminum Hydroxide, also known as Aluminum Trihydrate (ATH) is an inorganic white fine crystal, non-hygroscopic powder. Its solubility in water and organic solvents is very low. By volume, ATH is the largest flame retardant (FR) used in various end applications. The working principle is based on the thermal decomposition of aluminum hydroxide into aluminum oxide

The difference between halogen-containing flame retardants and halogen-free flame retardants

Inorganic flame retardant Halogen-free flame retardant The difference between halogen-containing flame retardants and halogen-free flame retardants: The inorganic flame retardant does not contain carbon and its carbon compounds. The inorganic flame retardant may contain halogen elements. Halogen-free flame retardants are flame retardants that include both halogen-free and inorganic standards. Halogen-containing flame retardants and halogen-free flame

How to Choose an Inorganic Flame Retardant for the Plastic and Rubber Industry

Alumina Trihydrate and Magnesium Hydroxide are the most commonly used inorganic flame retardant. Alumina trihydrate (ATH, also read Aluminum Hydroxide) is by far the most widely used flame retardant. It is of low cost, but usually requires a maximum loading of more than 65% in the polymer. Its flame retardancy effect is based on the

The applications of aluminum hydroxide in thermosetting plastics

Aluminum hydroxide is used as a flame retardant in thermoplastics. 1. Application in epoxy resin In epoxy resin, it has a good flame retardant effect. The dosage is 40%~60%. The oxygen index is twice as high as that of unfilled epoxy resin. At the same time, it also enhances the arc resistance. The epoxy resin