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The Difference Between Flame Retardant And Heat Resistance
- Mar 28, 2018 -

High-temperature materials indicate that under high temperature conditions still retain the original characters, such as the hook coefficient tensile, material wear resistance, sealing and so on. In other words, under high temperature conditions, its chemical properties do not change at the same time, as far as possible to ensure that physical properties do not change. Flame retardant materials are usually polymer materials containing miscellaneous atoms, such as polymer materials containing bromine and phosphorus, which can inhibit the chain reaction by absorbing the free radicals produced by combustion during combustion. They usually do not burn in flames, or burn easily, after leaving the flames quickly extinguished.