The effect of mixing time on the mechanical properties of cable compounds with fine ATH fire retardant

During the mixing process, the effect of the fusion of aluminum hydroxide and organic materials affects its mechanical properties. In order to determine the impact of the mixing time on the performance of the wire and cable compounds, it is concluded through experiments that when the mixing time is less than 120 seconds, the performance

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

Low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyolefin cable material properties

The cable materials currently used are usually low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyolefin cable materials as the mainstream. This article will analyze the formulation technology and performance of low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyolefin cable materials. Formulation technology Low-smoke halogen-free flame-retardant polyolefin cable material is usually composed of polyolefin blend resin plus flame-retardant filler aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide, and