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252601000FIRE RETARDING89
20090078918Methods and Structures With Fire Retardant Spheres for Implementing Enhanced Fire Protection - A method and fire retardant structures including fire retardant spheres are provided for implementing enhanced fire protection. A selected first fire retardant material is encapsulated in microspheres. The microspheres have a predefined melting temperature within a defined temperature range. The fire retardant structure is formed of the microspheres encapsulating the selected fire retardant material and included in an article being produced. In response to a fire event, the microspheres rupture or decompose releasing the encapsulated material to provide fire suppression. Alternatively, a fire retardant structure is formed of second microspheres having predefined expansion characteristics. A layer of the second microspheres is disposed between two layers of an article being produced. In response to a thermal fire event, the microspheres expand to fill the space between the layers, providing fire suppression03-26-2009
20080258121Fire Retardant Composition - A composition used for fire retardance, comprising water, camphor and ammonium chloride is disclosed.10-23-2008
20100044653COMPOSITION FOR TREATING FIBER MATERIALS - Compositions comprising triesters of phosphoric acid and polyesters based on carboxylic acid and aromatics-free alcohol are useful for treating fiber materials. Flame-retardant properties are bestowed on the fiber materials, for example woven fabrics comprising polyester, by the treatment.02-25-2010
20100108961METHOD FOR LABELLING A MATERIAL COMPRISING AT LEAST ONE NON-ORGANIC MATRIX AND CORRESPONDING MATERIAL - The present invention relates to a method for marking at least one material comprising a non-organic matrix, characterised in that it comprises at least one step that involves incorporating in said material during the production thereof at least one compound containing at least one luminescent lanthanide in a concentration such that said compound in said material can be detected under UV radiation, wherein said compound is a co-ordination polymer in the form of a crystallite obtained by reacting at least one luminescent lanthanide ion with at least one unsaturated organic binder.05-06-2010
20090152519LIGHT WEIGHT METAL FIRE DOOR CORE - The present invention describes a fire resistant building material composition, useful for example as a fire door core and to a method of making this composition where the building material of the present invention is prepared from an aqueous slurry of calcined gypsum, paper fibers, a water insoluble organic binder, fiber reinforcement and a set retarder.06-18-2009
20130082222POLYCARBONATE-BASED RESIN COMPOSITION AND MOLDED ARTICLE THEREOF - Provided are a polycarbonate-based resin composition that brings together an excellent impact strength and excellent flame retardancy and a molded article thereof. The polycarbonate-based resin composition is a polycarbonate-based resin composition, including, with respect to 100 parts by mass of (A) a resin mixture formed of 30 to 100 mass % of (A-1) a polycarbonate-polyorganosiloxane copolymer which has a constituent unit represented by a general formula (I) and a constituent unit represented by a general formula (II), and in which an average number of repetitions of the constituent unit represented by the general formula (II) is 30 to 500, and 70 to 0 mass % of (A-2) an aromatic polycarbonate resin except the polycarbonate-polyorganosiloxane copolymer, 0.01 to 0.15 part by mass of (B) an alkali metal salt and/or alkaline earth metal salt of an organosulfonic acid, and 0.1 to 1 part by mass of (C) a mixed powder formed of polytetrafluoroethylene particles and organic polymer particles, in which: a content of a polyorganosiloxane block moiety formed of the constituent unit represented by the general formula (II) in the resin mixture (A) is 2 to 30 mass %; and the composition is free of an organohalogen-based flame retardant and an organophosphate-based flame retardant.04-04-2013
20110121246HEAT STORAGE COMPOSITIONS AND THEIR MANUFACTURE - A thermal energy storage composition having improved fire retardant properties comprising: A) particles of organic phase change material (PCM), B) particles of fire retarding magnesium hydroxide and/or aluminium hydroxide, and/or C) magnesia cement, in which the particles of (A) organic phase change material are distributed uniformly throughout particles of (B) magnesium hydroxide and/or aluminium hydroxide and/or throughout (C) magnesia cement. The composition is suitable for producing a variety of articles having thermal energy storage properties and/or temperature regulation. Suitable articles include fibres, fabrics, foams, heating and cooling devices and building materials.05-26-2011
20080315164Flame-retardant prepreg - A flame-retardant prepreg includes: a fibrous reinforcing material; and a flame-retardant composition having an epoxy equivalent weight ranging from 190-270g/eq, and including an epoxy resin, a flame-retardant inorganic agent, a thermoplastic resin, and a curing agent. The flame-retardant inorganic agent is in an amount ranging from 12 to 18 parts by weight per 100 parts by weight of the flame-retardant composition.12-25-2008
20090189129CONDUCTIVE EMULSION FOR PREPARING SURFACE FOR POWDER COATING - An emulsion for preparing a low-conductivity surface for powder coating, the emulsion including an emulsified organofunctional silane solution. A pre-powder coating emulsion provides a surface with conductivity. A non-conductive object having applied to an exterior surface of the object the emulsion including an emulsified organofunctional silane solution.07-30-2009
20090272951 Process for Preparing A Flame Retardant and Glow Resistent Zinc Free Cellulose Product - Provided is a process for the preparation of flame retardant cellulosic product including the steps of adding a soluble salt of silica to viscose, followed by blending and extruding the blended viscose into a spin bath, regenerating the viscose and subjecting the regenerated viscose to a step of glow proofing with polyaluminium compounds to obtain the flame retardant cellulosic product.11-05-2009
20130119327Flame Retardant Foam Polystyrene Bead and Method for Manufacturing the Same - A flame retardant foam polystyrene bead comprises: (A) a mixed resin including (a1) about 90 wt % to about 99 wt % of a styrene resin and (a2) about 1 wt % to about 10 wt % of a char-generating thermoplastic resin; (B) inorganic foam particles dispersed in the mixed resin; and (C) a foaming agent impregnated into the mixed resin containing the dispersed inorganic foam particles. The foam produced using the flame retardant foam polystyrene bead can have good flame retardancy, insulation, and mechanical strength properties.05-16-2013
20120138878COMPOSITE MATERIALS - A filled composite material is disclosed that includes a preformed syntactic composite material of particulate structure defining interstitial spaces between the particles thereof, and that is at least partially impregnated in the interstitial spaces by a reinforcing filler.06-07-2012
20100176353Fire retardant composition - An environment friendly fire retardant composition comprising an aqueous suspension of a material containing aluminum or a combination of boron and aluminum.07-15-2010
20080203364Method to Improve Dielectric and/or Dissipaton Factors of Flame Retardant Properties and Use Thereof - The present invention related to a method for producing submicron-sized flame retardant compositions having improved dielectric constant and/or dissipation factors.08-28-2008
20110095244POLYMER COMPOSITE WITH INTUMESCENT GRAPHENE - The polymer composition is a flame retardant composition comprising an organic polymer and nanographene. Suitable organic polymers include polymers such as polyolefins and polyvinyl chloride. Preferably, the nanographene should have an aspect ratio greater than equal to about 1000:1, should have a surface area greater than or equal to about 100 m04-28-2011
20110147682MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE - A method of making magnesium hydroxide may include calcining a mineral source of magnesium carbonate to form magnesium oxide, and slaking the magnesium oxide in water. When the mineral source of magnesium carbonate further includes a mineral source of calcium carbonate, the calcination may be carried out such that less than about 20 wt % calcium oxide is formed following calcining and prior to slaking in water.06-23-2011
20110031454SMOKE SUPPRESSANTS - The present invention is directed to smoke suppressants based on ammonium octamolybdate chemistry. According to this invention, the precipitation of ammonium octamolybdate in the presence of an inert mineral core produce a novel high surface area ammonium octamolybdate smoke suppressant. The high surface area significantly increases the smoke suppression performance over a standard ammonium octamolybdate. This invention is also directed to a process for making the high surface area ammonium octamolybdate smoke suppressant. The smoke suppressant of this invention is particularly suitable for smoke suppression in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) applications.02-10-2011
20080203365Fiber Cement Building Materials With Low Density Additives - This invention relates to a formulation with the addition of low density additives of volcanic ash, hollow ceramic microspheres or a combination of microspheres and volcanic ash or other low density additives into cementitious cellulose fiber reinforced building materials. This formulation is advantageously lightweight or low density compared as compared to current fiber cement products without the increased moisture expansion and freeze-thaw degradation usually associated with the addition of lightweight inorganic materials to fiber cement mixes. The low density additives also give the material improved thermal dimensional stability.08-28-2008
20100012906LOW TRIPHENYLPHOSPHATE, HIGH PHOSPHOROUS CONTENT ISOPROPYL PHENYL PHOSPHATES WITH HIGH ORTHO ALKYLATION - The present invention relates to low triphenyl phosphate, high phosphorous content aryl phosphates with high orthoalkylation that are suitable for use as flame retardant compositions, processes for their preparation, and their use as flame retardants.01-21-2010
20100176354HIGH-STRENGTH FIBROUS MATERIAL CONSISTING OF NATURAL FIBRES, METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF, AND USE OF SAME FOR PRODUCING COMPOSITE MATERIALS - The invention relates to a high-strength and abrasion-resistant fibrous material and to a method for the production thereof. According to said method, a natural fibre material is solubilized in an alkaline manner. The fibrous material is treated with an alkaline material, without being subjected to mechanical stress a) at a temperature of between 5 and 30° C. and then b) at a temperature of between 80 and 150° C., and is then optionally washed and/or dried.07-15-2010
20090134369METAL ALKOXIDES, APPARATUS FOR MANUFACTURING METAL ALKOXIDES, RELATED METHODS AND USES THEREOF - Compounds, synthesis of, and methods for synthesizing metal alkoxide derivatives; and metal alkoxide derivatives for use as flame retardants are described. Group 13 metal alkoxides having flame retardant properties may be prepared by reacting the group 13 metal trihydroxide with an alcohol.05-28-2009
20090057627Method of quenching electronic excitation of chromophore-containing organic molecules photoactive compositions - A method of quenching fluorescence of a naphthalate polyester that is subjected to UV-radiation in an amount sufficient to cause the naphthalate polyester to reach an excited state and fluoresce, comprising adding to the naphthalate polyester a fluorescence quenching amount of a compound of formula (1):03-05-2009
20120168698IMPROVED MATERIALS - The present invention relates to materials having improved and useful properties and to methods relating to the manufacture of said materials. In particular the present invention relates to a method of modifying the surface of a material, preferably a fibrous material, to enable carbon dioxide to be carried by the surface. The carbon dioxide may be bound to the surface in a reversible or irreversible manner. The method of treating the surface of a material comprises (a) contacting the surface of the material with a composition comprising an amino compound; and (b) contacting the surface of the material with a composition comprising carbon dioxide or a source thereof.07-05-2012
20110024702GYPSUM MORTAR WITH ADDED EXPANDED VERMICULITE AND METHOD FOR OBTAINING SAME - The invention relates to gypsum mortar with expanded vermiculite added with citric acid and tartaric acid and to the method for obtaining same, containing the following elements in the following proportions: between 40% and 70% calcium sulphate; between 40% and 70% laminated expanded vermiculite; between 0.05% and 0.3% citric acid; between 0.05% and 1% tartaric acid; between 0.01% and 0.5% sodium or potassium citrate; and water q.s.p. 1000 ml, in which, for surface coating, the added vermiculite is obtained following treatment in a vertical furnace, which provides improved grain size and sheets of exfoliated vermiculite without water or air, and the mortar is provided with citric acid and tartaric acid, copper sulphate and sodium or potassium scitrate, with the water being added before the mixture is produced.02-03-2011
20120267584PRECIPITATED MAGNESIUM CARBONATE - The present invention relates to a process for preparing hydromagnesite in an aqueous environment. The invention further relates to such hydromagnesite having a specific platy-like morphology in combination with a specific average particle size and to their use as minerals, fillers and pigments in the paper, paint, rubber and plastics industries and to the use as flame-retardant.10-25-2012
20120319061Non-inflammable matter-powder and liquid form - Fire and its discovery was a God-given-gift and played an enormous role in the progress and evolution of the human communities. Nevertheless, despite its vital role, the flame of fire has caused considerable personal injury, financial loss and environmental damage to human communities each year. The present invention relates to compositions for reducing the inflammability of a substrate and to methods for treating the substrate to reduce its inflammability.12-20-2012
20120319062FIRE RETARDANT BROMINATED RUBBER POLYMERIC COMPOSITION AND METHOD FOR MAKING - A flame retardant brominated rubber polymeric composition, wherein the composition can include ethylene propylene ethylidene norbornene rubber polymer and from 12 weight percent to 55 weight percent of bromine covalently bonded thereto. The method can include dissolving a liquid ethylene propylene ethylidene norbornene rubber polymer in hexane with myrcene, forming the composition. The method can include dissolving ethylene propylene ethylidene norbornene rubber polymer in hexane, forming a solution, and adding bromine, or blending N-bromo-succinimide into the solution, forming a suspension. The method can include heating the suspension and stifling the suspension until all bromine in the N-bromo-succinimide has reacted with the ethylene propylene ethylidene norbornene rubber polymer, forming the composition as a solid in a liquid. The method can include removing the liquid from the solid, and flashing off the hexane from the liquid to extract the composition.12-20-2012
20130168618Flame Retardant Thermoplastic Resin Composition - A flame retardant thermoplastic resin composition includes about 100 parts by weight of a base resin including an aromatic vinyl resin and a polyphenylene oxide resin; and about 0.1 to about 30 parts by weight of a polyphosphonate copolymer represented by Formula 1:07-04-2013
20130168619Thermoplastic Resin Composition Having Excellent Flame Retardancy, Colorability and Thermal Stability - A thermoplastic resin composition comprises (A) about 45 to about 95% by weight of an aromatic copolymer, (B) about 5 to about 55% by weight of a polycarbonate resin, (C) about 1 to about 30 parts by weight of a halogen-containing compound based on about 100 parts by weight of the aromatic copolymer (A) and the polycarbonate resin (B), and (D) about 0 to about 2 parts by weight of an antimony compound based on about 100 parts by weight of the aromatic copolymer (A) and the polycarbonate resin (B). The thermoplastic resin composition can have excellent flame retardancy, colorability and thermal stability.07-04-2013
20080217591Stabilised Aluminium Zirconium Mixed Oxide Powder - Mixed oxide powder consisting of particles with the components zirconium dioxide, aluminium oxide and at least a third component selected from the group including yttrium oxide, magnesium oxide or calcium oxide, wherein mixed oxide powder has an aluminium oxide content 0.01 to 10 wt. % and is homogeneously distributed in the mixed oxide particles, the content of aluminium oxide, zirconium dioxide and yttrium oxide is at least 99.5 wt. %, based on the total quantity of the powder, and the BET surface area is 20 to 80 m2/g. It is obtained by atomising a solution containing at least one starting compound for each of aluminium oxide, zirconium dioxide and the third component, allowing the atomised solution to react with oxygen in a reaction chamber at a reaction temperature 700 to 15000° C., cooling the hot gases and the solid products and then separating the solid product from the gases. It can be used as a dental material.09-11-2008
252602000 Having disparate function 15
20090302285COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS CONTAINING FLUORINE SUBSTITUTED OLEFINS - The use of pentafluoropropene (HFO-1225) and tetrafluoropropene (HFO-1234) in refrigeration equipment is disclosed. These materials are generally useful as refrigerants for heating and cooling, as blowing agents, as aerosol propellants, as solvent composition, and as fire extinguishing and suppressing agents.12-10-2009
20090302284Reversibly Thermochromic Compositions - The present invention pertains to a reversibly thermochromic system comprising a substituted or an unsubstituted 6,11-dihydroxy-naphthacene-5,12-dione and a base and to a reversibly thermochromic composition comprising the reversibly thermochromic system and a carrier material and to novel substituted 6,11-dihydroxy-naphthacene-5,12-diones.12-10-2009
20120097907AEROGEL COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS OF MAKING AND USING THEM - Compositions include an aerogel component and have low thermal conductivity. Methods for preparing slurries or composites include, for example combining the aerogel component with a surfactant, binder and other ingredients, such as, for instance, fibers. The compositions can be slurries that can be used in coating applications or self supporting rigid composites.04-26-2012
20090278097Compositions and Methods for Reducing Fire Hazard of Flammable Refrigerants - The present invention relates to compositions comprising flammable refrigerant, fire hazard-reducing agent, and optionally a lubricant suitable for use in a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus. Further, the present invention relates to compositions comprising lubricant and fire hazard-reducing agent and methods for reducing flammability of flammable refrigerant, for delivering a fire hazard-reducing agent to a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus, and for replacing a non-flammable refrigerant with a flammable refrigerant.11-12-2009
20100200819FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITION - The invention relates to a flame retardant composition, particularly designed for fire fighting with aerial means. The retardant composition comprises a liquid ammonium polyphosphate of chain length with a value of n between 2 and 3, n being the number of condensation groups, and an ammonium polyphosphate in powder form in suspension, with a chain length with a value of n between 100 and 1500. In addition to the above, the flame retardant composition comprises corrosion inhibitors, in particular zinc orthophosphate dihydrate, and at least one surfactant agent as wetting agent or dispensing agent, an organic or inorganic thickening agent and at least one colouring agent.08-12-2010
20120126187HEAT TRANSFER COMPOSITIONS - The invention provides a heat transfer composition comprising: (i) 1,3,3,3-tetrafluoroprop-1-ene (R1234ze, CF05-24-2012
20100301286FLAME RETARDED THERMOSETS - The present invention relates to flame retarded thermoset formulations with good viscosity performance.12-02-2010
20100308287SILICON DIOXIDE DISPERSION COMPRISING POLYOL - Stable, pourable silicon dioxide dispersion, in which the average, number-related aggregate diameter of the silicon dioxide particles in dispersion is less than 200 nm, and which comprises at least 35 wt. % of a silicon dioxide powder, 3 to 35 wt. % of at least one polyol, 20 to 60 wt. % of water, 0 to 10 wt. % of an additive and a substance having an alkaline action in an amount such that a pH of 1012-09-2010
20110089386Phase change materials with improved fire-retardant properties - The present invention provides latent heat storage materials having enhanced fire-retardant properties. These include compositions of magnesia cement and a phase change material in which the magnesia cement is formed from magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, and water. The molar ratio of magnesium chloride to water may be in the range of about 1:17 to 1:32. The magnesium chloride may be dissolved in the water to give a solution having a Baumé in the range between 15° and 26°. The molar ratio of magnesium chloride to magnesium oxide may be in the range of about 1:1 to about 1:5, and the latent heat storage material may additionally comprises fillers, and/or intumescent agents. The phase change material may be a microencapsulated formulation. A process for making these compositions is disclosed.04-21-2011
20090242858Water-Based Fire Resistant Lubricant - The present invention relates to a method for using a water-based fluid composition to lubricate metal-metal surfaces in contact with each other in a non-hydraulic system, wherein at least one of the metal surfaces is moving. The invention also relates to a water-based fluid composition for use as a lubricant in the described method.10-01-2009
20090134370CONDUCTIVE HALOGEN FREE FLAME RETARDANT THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITION - A flame retardant thermoplastic composition having excellent conductivity and physical properties that includes a thermoplastic resin, a flame retardant including a metal salt of phosphinic acid, disphosphinic acid, or a combination thereof and optionally at least one nitrogen compound selected from benzoguanine, terepthalic ester of tris(hydroxyethyl)isocyanurate, allontoin, glucoluril, melamine cyanurate, melamine phosphate, dimelamine phosphate, melamine pyrophosphate, melam, melem, melon and a mixture including at least one of the foregoing nitrogen compounds, an electrically conductive filler, and a reinforcing agent; wherein a molded sample of the thermoplastic composition that has been electrostatically painted is capable of achieving ASTM D3359 GT0 or GT1. The compositions are useful in forming articles capable of performing as metal replacements and/or being electrostatically painted.05-28-2009
20110089387Phase change materials with improved fire-retardant properties - The present invention provides latent heat storage materials having enhanced fire-retardant properties. These include compositions a phase change material and a binder, the binder including dry inert powder, phosphogypsum, and an alkaline salt of any metal. The latent heat storage material may additionally comprise magnesia cement including magnesium oxide, magnesium chloride, and water. The latent heat storage material may additionally comprises fillers, and/or intumescent agents. The phase change material may be a microencapsulated formulation. A process for making these compositions is disclosed.04-21-2011
20100270520CARBON/ALUMINUM COMPLEX COMPOUND AND CARBON/ALUMINUM COMPLEX COMPOUND-COATED INORGANIC COMPOUND - The present invention provides a method capable of inexpensively obtaining a novel complex compound excellent in heat resistance, light-weight property, flame resistance, chemical resistance, and electroconductivity, and of converting a chemically harmful or morphologically hazardous substance into a detoxified/safened substance by a safe operation. Further, it is possible to simultaneously obtain a structural body where the detoxified/safened inorganic compounds have surfaces coated with the complex compound, so that application of the above method to a treatment of wastes allows for contribution to resource recycling.10-28-2010
20120326105COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR REDUCING FIRE HAZARD OF FLAMMABLE REFRIGERANTS - The present invention relates to compositions comprising flammable refrigerant, fire hazard-reducing agent, and optionally a lubricant suitable for use in a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus. Further, the present invention relates to compositions comprising lubricant and fire hazard-reducing agent and methods for reducing flammability of flammable refrigerant, for delivering a fire hazard-reducing agent to a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus, and for replacing a non-flammable refrigerant with a flammable refrigerant.12-27-2012
20110297901COMPOSITIONS AND METHODS FOR REDUCING FIRE HAZARD OF FLAMMABLE REFRIGERANTS - The present invention relates to compositions comprising flammable refrigerant, fire hazard-reducing agent, and optionally a lubricant suitable for use in a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus. Further, the present invention relates to compositions comprising lubricant and fire hazard-reducing agent and methods for reducing flammability of flammable refrigerant, for delivering a fire hazard-reducing agent to a refrigeration or air conditioning apparatus, and for replacing a non-flammable refrigerant with a flammable refrigerant.12-08-2011
252604000 Material physically quantified 2
20090261309SILICON DIOXIDE DISPERSION COMPRISING POLYOL - Stable, pourable silicon dioxide dispersion, in which the average, number-related aggregate diameter of the silicon dioxide particles in dispersion is less than 200 nm, and which comprises at least 35 wt. % of a silicon dioxide powder, 3 to 35 wt. % of at least one polyol, 20 to 60 wt. % of water, 0 to 10 wt. % of an additive and a substance having an alkaline action in an amount such that a pH of 1010-22-2009
20090020735FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITION EMPLOYING OIL SAND TAILINGS - A flame retardant composition comprising at least one polymeric material and at least one inorganic filler, where at least a portion of the filler comprises particles derived from oil sand tailings. Such flame retardant composition can be employed in the manufacture and use of flame retardant plastics, fibers, and/or paints.01-22-2009
252606000 Intumescent 7
20080224105Intumescent Coating Compositions - A liquid intumescent coating composition comprising a resin system. The resin system comprises at least one polymeric component, one or more ethylenically unsaturated monomeric components and at least one intumescent ingredient. The coating composition is curable to a solid state in a free-radical polymerisation reaction.09-18-2008
20090309077FIRE RETARDANT COATINGS AND BODIES, AND METHODS OF USE - Fire retardant coating systems and solid body cast systems comprise a first part comprising at least one ingredient having NCO functionality; and a second part comprising at least one ingredient having an active hydrogen functionality that is co-reactive with the NCO, wherein the first part and the second part are formulated so that when the parts are mixed together they form a cured coating or a solid body. The coating system or solid body cast system comprises a first fire retardant ingredient that is a phosphorus-based compound, a second fire retardant ingredient that is an intumescent material, and a third fire retardant ingredient that is a brominated ingredient. Methods for preparing a fire retardant coating or solid body are also described.12-17-2009
20080277633Fire-Retardant/Intumescent Compositions - Fire-retardant and intumescent compositions, especially for fireproofing such plastics as polyolefins, e.g., polypropylenes and polyethylenes, and such copolymers as polyethylene vinyl acetate (EVA), contain at least one organophosphorus compound that has at least one carbon-phosphorus covalent bond and at least one carboxyl functional group, at least one swelling agent selected from among organic compounds containing at least one nitrogen atom and at least one silicon mineral structuring agent that is not decomposed during the combustion thereof, e.g., a silicate and/or a silicon oxide.11-13-2008
20120205600FIRE RESISTANT GLAZINGS - A stable aqueous solution for the production of fire resistant glazings comprising: at least one alkali metal silicate; and an aqueous solution of at least one alkali-soluble anion of an acidic or amphoteric oxide and/or a complex thereof; and/or at least one alkali-soluble hydroxide, and/or alkali-soluble complex of elements selected from the group consisting of lithium, magnesium and calcium.08-16-2012
20120153242INSULATION MATERIALS - Foamable elastomeric formulations are described that are suitable for producing polymer foams with insulation and vibration damping properties and the fire retardancy required for internal aircraft panels.06-21-2012
20120256143Fire Resistant Coating - A fire-resistant coating composition and method that can be applied to various poles and substrates so as to substantially reduce the likelihood of fire and/or heat damage. The first-resistant coating composition having a first component and a second component. The first component may comprise isocyanate and a thickening agent, and the second component may comprise a multifunctional polyol, preferably a tetrafunctional polyol, most preferably an amine-based tetrafunctional polyol, titanium dioxide, diol ether, expandable graphite particles, a flame retardant additive, at least one thickening agent, and a catalyst.10-11-2012
20110220856ALKALINE SILICATE DEHYDRATION - The invention relates to the preparation of hydrated alkaline silicate compositions for making intumescent layers for fireproof glazing, said compositions being such that, when applied between glass sheets, they form a solid gel without drying, wherein the compositions are obtained from a stable and fluid solution subjected to partial dehydration at a limited temperature and under a reduced pressure for a duration shorter than that required for the mass curing of the final composition.09-15-2011
252607000 For wood or cellulosic material other than textile 7
20110204304FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITION - The ecological flame retardant composition is adapted to protect materials that are flame able. No bromine or borax components are included in the composition. The composition has at least one of a mixture of a predetermined amount of the salts ammonium sulpha and disodium hydrogen phosphate and a mixture of a predetermined amount of water including a predetermined amount of the salts ammonium sulpha, disodium hydrogen phosphate.08-25-2011
20080265222Cellulose-Containing Filling Material for Paper, Tissue, or Cardboard Products, Method for the Production Thereof, Paper, Tissue, or Carboard Product Containing Such a Filling Material, or Dry Mixture Used Therefor - Multifunctional surface-modified cellulose-containing fibers, especially for producing paper and cardboard packagings, are provided with numerous specific advantages regarding production and the product. The invention particularly relates to cellulose compounds and microcomposites in which solid materials, liquids, and dispersed or amorphous additives, for example, are coated onto the surface of the cellulose, and methods for the production of said compounds.10-30-2008
20080265223Fire-retardant compositions and methods of making and using same - The present invention provides fire-retardant compositions for treatment of wood products comprising a guanidine phosphate compound and a boron compound, such as boric acid. The present invention also provides a method for using the compositions for preparing a fire-retardant cellulosic material, such as wood, comprising the step of applying a fire-retardant composition comprising an aqueous solution of guanidine phosphate and a boron-containing compound to a cellulosic material, thereby rendering the cellulosic material fire retardant. The present invention also provides a method of preparing a fire-retardant composition comprising mixing a guanidine phosphate and a boron-containing compound.10-30-2008
20110108782Flame-retardant wood-based materials - The present invention relates to wood-base materials made flame-retardant with halogen-free organic phosphorus compounds, and to compositions and processes for their production and their use.05-12-2011
20110095245Method for Making Fire Retardant Materials and Related Products - A method for making fire retardant material including fire retardant cellulosic insulation. The method includes an arrangement for adding one or more feedstocks and a fire retardancy chemical compound to a common blend tank prior to feedstock drying. The one or more feedstocks may include at least one virgin pulp stock feed and at least one recycled material stock feed. The amount and type of both the virgin feedstock and the recycled material feedstock is selectable. Old newsprint (ONP) may be one type of recycled material feedstock. Another suitable type of recycled material feedstock is old corrugated containers (OCC). The method further includes retaining the fiber feedstock and the chemical compound together for enough time to ensure adherence or impregnations of enough of the chemical to the fibers after the drying process. Fluffing or fiberizing of the treated fibers may be accomplished under less severe conditions than ordinarily employed when making conventional cellulose insulation.04-28-2011
20110155977SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COATING A FIRE-RESISTANT MATERIAL ON A SUBSTRATE - A method for coating a fire-resistant substance onto a carrier veil and products containing fire-resistant substances are provided. The method includes delivering a pliable carrier veil in a traveling web, drawing the carrier veil web through a reservoir defined by a nip of two rollers and containing the fire-resistant substance, where the carrier veil is coated with the fire-resistant substance. The method also includes controlling the amount of fire-resistant substance on the carrier veil web by setting a nip dimension between the two rollers, passing the carrier veil through the nip of the two rollers and providing the fire-resistant substance as a slurry suitable to coat the veil exiting the nip with a layer effective to provide a selected fire resistance. Heat is applied to the carrier veil sufficient to accelerate a curing reaction in the fire-resistant substance. A fire-resistant product includes a glass-based web, and a magnesium oxychloride complex materially coupled to the web, where the complex includes: MgCl06-30-2011
20130126805Method For Producing Alkylphosphonous Acid Salts - The invention relates to a method for producing alkylphosphonous acid salts, characterised in that a) a phosphinic acid source (I) is reacted with olefins (IV) in the presence of a catalyst A to obtain an alkylphosphonous acid, the salts or esters thereof (II), b) the thus obtained alkylphosphonous acid, the salts or esters thereof (II) are reacted with metal compounds of Mg, Ca, Al, Sb, Sn, Ge, Ti, Fe, Zr, Zn, Ce, Bi, Sr, Mn, Li, Na, K and/or a protoned nitrogen base to obtain the corresponding alkylphosphonous acid salts (III) of said metals and/or a nitrogen compound, wherein R05-23-2013
252608000 For textile (i.e., woven material) 5
20090159860Heat and flame shield - A heat and fire resistant planar unitary shield formed of heat and flame resistant fibers and voluminous bulking fibers. The shield material has a heat and flame resistant zone with a majority of the heat and flame resistant fibers, and a voluminous bulking zone with a majority of the voluminous bulking fibers. The fibers are distributed through the shield material in an manner that the heat and flame resistant fibers collect closest to the outer surface of the shield with the heat and flame resistant zone, and the voluminous bulking fibers collect closest to the outer surface of the shield material with the voluminous bulking zone.06-25-2009
20090050860Fibers comprising copolymers containing structures derived from a plurality of amine monomers including 4,4" diamino diphenyl sulfone and methods for making same - The invention concerns a fiber derived from a plurality of amine monomers, including 4,4′diaminodiphenyl sulfone amine monomer, and at least one acid monomer; and yarns, fabrics and garments comprising this fiber, and methods of making the same. This fiber has use in heat-resistant protective apparel fabrics and garments.02-26-2009
20090250671Aqueous dispersion of flame retardant for textiles and process for producing same - Flame retardant aqueous dispersions or suspensions comprising tris(tribromophenoxy)-s-triazine (TTBT) or tetrabromobisphenol A bis(2,3-dibromopropyl ether) (TBBPE) or a mixture thereof and one or more nonionic or anionic surface active agent(s) and/or wetting agent(s) used in textile are described. The flame retardants exhibit high compatibility with textile materials and are stable in aqueous solutions.10-08-2009
20110114904COMPOSITION FOR TREATMENT OF FIBER MATERIALS BY EXHAUST METHOD IN PARTICULAR - Compositions useful for conferring a flame-retardant finish on polyester materials by means of an exhaust process comprise a triester of phosphoric acid, a polyester and an amine or ammonium salt as well as water.05-19-2011
20100019213FIRE RETARDANT ANTIFLUX FIBER AND ITS PRODUCTION PROCESS - The present invention provides a fire retardant antiflux fiber, the fiber is composed of the following components: cellulose 60˜80% by mass, silicon fire retardant (calculated as silicon dioxide) 15˜36% by mass, tourmaline 0.1˜5%. The present invention also provides a process of producing fire retardant antiflux fiber, in the adding step, the silicon fire retardant is added into the cellulose sulfonate in the sulfidizing step or the viscose which was prepared after the sulfidizing step, the level of adding the silicon fire retardant is 19˜30%, calculated as silicon dioxide. The fire retardant antiflux fiber of the present invention has high fire retardant antiflux effect, high fiber strength and excellent negative ion generating efficacy. At the same time, the viscose also maintains excellent filtering performance in the procedure using above production process, reducing the production standstill caused by the viscose blocking up filter screen, improving production efficiency. The viscose fiber can be used to fabricate nonwoven fabric widely.01-28-2010
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20100044654Flame Retardant Composition and Hydrolysis-Susceptible Resin Containing Same - A flame retardant composition is provided which contains at least one phosphate ester containing at least one acidic substance resulting from the process of its manufacture, at least one acidity-reducing hydrotalcite and, optionally, at least one acidity-reducing oxetane. The flame retardant composition is especially useful for addition to resins that are susceptible to hydrolytic degradation such as polyesters and polycarbonates, and to resin blends (alloys) containing one or more of such resins, e.g., a blend of polycarbonate and acrylonitrile butadiene-styrene terpolymer.02-25-2010
20080290330Composition of high impact glass firber reinforced flame-retardant engineering plastic and preparation method thereof - A composition of a high impact glass fiber reinforced flame-retardant engineering plastic and a method thereof, which the method includes except for glass fiber, from 30% to 60% by weight of a polyamide 6, from 8% to 25% by weight of an acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer, from 3% to 6% by weight of a compatilizer, from 4% to 10% by weight of a flexibilizer, from 12% to 16% by weight of a flame retardant, from 0.3% to 0.5% by weight of an antioxidant, and from 0.3% to 0.8% by weight of a lubricant are added into a high-speed mixer, and mixed for 2-5 min, and the blend composition is fed into a twin screw extruder, and from 18% to 30% by weight of a glass fiber are added into the twin screw extruder at the second half stage, and ground together to be granulated and molded.11-27-2008
20100224840Method and Composition - A method of treating a material to improve flame retardancy, the method comprising applying to the material urea, phosphorous acid or a salt thereof, and a base comprising a monovalent metallic cation.09-09-2010
20080210914Flame-retardant, curable moulding materials - The invention relates to a halogen-free flameproofing agent for curable moulding materials, the use of such flameproofing agents for the flame-retardant treatment of curable moulding materials, a process for the preparation of halogen-free, flame-retardant curable moulding materials, and halogen-free, flame-retardant curable moulding materials.09-04-2008
20090212268FLAME RETARDANT ADDITIVE - This invention relates to a flame retardant additive which does not become slimy when brought in contact with warm water. The flame retardant additive comprises a first compound composed of a nitrogen-containing heterocycle compound and a phosphate, and this first compound is surface treated with at least one hydrophobic compound comprising an organosilicon compound.08-27-2009
20110266506SILICONE SURFACE-TREATED MAGNESIUM HYDROXIDE - Silicone surface-treated magnesium hydroxide which is surface treated by a silicone oil, the silicone oil comprising: a polyorganosiloxane containing a plurality of first siloxane units each of which contains hydrogen atom bonded silicon atom. The first siloxane units shares 50 mol % or less of total siloxane units in one molecule in average. Accordingly, sufficient fire retardancy and mechanical properties such as sufficient elongation are achieved.11-03-2011
20110266507MELAMINE PHENYLPHOSPHONATE FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITIONS - The present invention relates to flame retardant polymer compositions which comprise melamine phenylphosphonates and mixtures with dihydro-oxa-phosphaphenanthrene derivatives. The compositions are especially useful for the manufacture of flame retardant compounds based on polyfunctional epoxides or polycondensates like polyesters, polyamides and polycarbonates.11-03-2011
20080290331Composition of glass fiber reinforced flame-retardant engineering plastic and preparation method thereof - A composition of a glass fiber reinforced engineering plastic and a preparation method thereof are provided. The method includes: except for glass fiber, from 30% to 70% by weight of a polyamide6, from 8% to 30% by weight of an acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene copolymer, from 3% to 6% by weight of a compatilizer, from 12% to 16% by weight of a flame retardant, from 0.3% to 0.5% by weight of an antioxidant, and from 0.3% to 0.8% by weight of a lubricant are added into a high-speed mixer, and then mixed for 2-5 min. The blend composition is fed into a twin screw extruder, and from 18% to 35% by weight of a glass fiber are added into the twin screw extruder at the second half stage, and ground together to be granulated and molded.11-27-2008
20080303006FLAME RETARDANT THERMOPLASTIC RESINOUS COMPOSTION - Disclosed are compositions comprising: a flame retardant composition comprising (i) an acrylonitrile-styrene-acrylate graft copolymer (ASA) or acrylate-modified ASA, (ii) at least one rigid thermoplastic polymer comprising structural units derived from styrene and acrylonitrile; alpha-methylstyrene and acrylonitrile; alpha-methylstyrene, styrene, and acrylonitrile; styrene, acrylonitrile, and methyl methacrylate; alpha-methyl styrene, acrylonitrile, and methyl methacrylate; or alpha-methylstyrene, styrene, acrylonitrile, and methyl methacrylate, or mixtures thereof, (iii) at least one halogenated flame retardant, (iv) at least one antidrip additive, (v) optionally at least one additive which comprises an inorganic or organic antimony compound, and (vi) optionally at least one acid scavenger. Articles made from said compositions are also disclosed.12-11-2008
20120292582AMMONIUM SALTS OF 9,10-DIHYDRO-10-HYDROXY-9-OXA-10-PHOSPHA-PHENANTHRENE-10-ONE - The invention relates to ammonium salts of 9,10-dihydro-10-hydroxy-9-oxa-10-phosphaphenanthrene-10-one or -10-oxide (DOPO-OH) of formula I:11-22-2012
20090230366Flame retardant composition, flame-retardant resin composition and molded product and fiber made of flame-retardant resin composition - To provide a halogen-free flame retardant composition containing no antimony, phosphorus and phosphorus compounds at all, a non-halogen flame-retardant resin composition of environmental type ideal for disaster prevention made of the flame retardant composition, which causes little carbon monoxide (CO) during combustion while having high flame retardance, and molded products, electric wires, cables, fiber or fiber post-processed products made of the resin composition. The flame retardant composition comprises a mixture of (A) a resin having an average particle diameter of not more than 1000 μm selected from wholly aromatic polyamide, polyimide, polyamideimide, a copolymer of the wholly aromatic polyamide, the polyimide or the polyamideimide or a mixture of the above mentioned polymers and (B) a metal hydrate. The flame-retardant resin composition contains 50 to 200 parts by mass of the flame retardant composition to 100 parts by mass of a thermoplastic resin or a thermosetting resin.09-17-2009
20110057156METHOD FOR DELAMINATING/EXFOLIATING LAYERED MATERIALS - The present invention relates to a method for producing delaminated/exfoliated non-ionic inorganic materials, to such materials and their use as additives.03-10-2011
20090230367BROMINATED FLAME RETARDANT - A process for preparing a polybromoaryl ether, the polybromoaryl ether prepared by this process comprising adding to a solvent for the polybromoaryl ether a mixture of (1) at least one compound of the structure HO—Ar—X09-17-2009
20110084242PROCESS FOR SOLIDIFICATION OF PHOSPHORIC ESTER-BASED FLAME RETARDANTS - The present invention provides a process of solidifying a phosphoric ester-based flame retardant in which high-level purification is not required and stress load is not employed.04-14-2011
20080203366ELECTRICALLY INSULATING FILM AND METHOD THEREFOR - A halogen-free electrically insulating film is prepared from a composition including particular amounts of a poly(arylene ether), a hydrogenated block copolymer of an alkenyl aromatic compound and a conjugated diene, and a triaryl phosphate. The electrically insulating film may be prepared by an extrusion and/or calendering method. Uses of the electrically insulating film include, for example, shielding applications in power supply housing, printed circuit board insulation, backlit aircraft in flight panels and displays, business equipment insulation, computer rack partitions, and television and monitor insulation.08-28-2008
20110095246FLAME RETARDING THERMOPLASTIC ALLOY AND ITS PREPARATION METHOD - The present invention discloses a thermoplastic flame-retardant alloy and a method for preparing it, composed of the following components by the shares and weights as below: 5-94 shares of ABS resin, 3-94 shares of polyester or co-polyester or the mixture of both, 1-50 shares of brominated flame retardant, 1-10 shares of synergistic flame-retardant, 0.001-30 shares of chlorinated polyethylene (CPE), 0.001-2 shares of anti-dripping agent and 0.1-6 shares of processing aid. Comparing with the ABS flame retardant presenting the prior art, the thermoplastic flame-retardant alloy features better glossness, scratch resistance, stronger ultraviolet radiation resistance and better mechanical property, thus making up for the disadvantage that the flame-retardant ABS is prone to become yellow on some occasions with high weatherability requirements. Furthermore, the preparation method of the thermoplastic flame-retardant alloy for the present invention is successive, stable and feasible.04-28-2011
20100025643Flame-retardant mixture for thermoplastic polymers, and flame-retardant polymers - The invention relates to flame retardant mixtures for thermoplastic polymers, comprising a phosphinic salt of the formula (I) where M=Al (component A) and a fusible phosphinic salt of the formula (I) where M=Zn (component B),02-04-2010
20080237555Scorch prevention in flexible polyurethane foams - Compositions are provided for alleviating or preventing discoloration, known as “scorching”, in flame-retarded flexible polyurethane foams. The anti-scorch compositions contain combinations of antioxidant agents, epoxy compounds, organic phosphites—alone or in combination with metal salts of carboxylic acids. The compositions are useful, for example, for polyurethane foams retarded with aliphatic or aromatic phosphorus-based flame retardants, or with halogen-containing flame retardants.10-02-2008
20090072207FLAME RETARDANT RESIN COMPOSITION FOR PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD, PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD USING THE SAME AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - The present invention relates to a flame retardant resin composition for a printed circuit board and a printed circuit board using the same, in more detail, to a flame retardant resin composition which includes a complex epoxy resin, photo acid generator, a curing agent, a curing accelerator, and an inorganic filler, so that UV curable and property-maintainable insulating material can be manufactured, and to a printed circuit board using the same.03-19-2009
20120037861FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITION FOR FLAMMABLE PLASTIC MATERIALS COMPRISING 2,4,6-TRIS(2,4,6-TRIBROMOPHENOXY)-1,3,5-TRIAZINE AND PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A flame retardant composition for flammable plastic materials and a method for producing the same are disclosed. The flame retardant composition comprises 2,4,6-tris(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy)-1,3,5-triazine that contains 1 to 1000 ppm of a metal species of a water-insoluble polyvalent metal compound selected from the group consisting of oxide, hydroxide, carbonate, phosphate, sulfate and silicate present in the particles of 2,4,6-tris(2,4,6-tribromophenoxy)-1,3,5-triazine. The flame retardant composition is produced by reacting an alkali metal salt of 2,4,6-tribromophenol and cyanuric chloride in the presence of said water-insoluble polyvalent metal compound.02-16-2012
20120119172AMINO TERMINATED PHOSPHONAMIDE OLIGOMERS AND FLAME RETARDANT COMPOSITIONS THEREFROM - The invention relates to the use of amino terminated phosphonamides and their oligomers, as flame retardant additives for a variety of polymers to impart flame retardancy while maintaining or improving processing characteristics and other important properties.05-17-2012
20120175573COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING POLYPHOSPHONATES AND ADDITIVES THAT EXHIBIT AN ADVANTAGEOUS COMBINATION OF PROPERTIES, AND METHODS RELATED THERETO - Disclosed are new compositions consisting of polyphosphonates and specific additive compositions that exhibit superior resistance to degradation due to exposure to air, high temperature and air, moisture or combinations thereof. Also disclosed are polymer mixtures or blends comprising these polyphosphonates/additive compositions and commodity and engineering plastics and articles produced therefrom. Further disclosed are articles of manufacture produced from these materials, such as fibers, films, coated substrates, moldings, foams, fiber-reinforced articles, or any combination thereof.07-12-2012
20110024703ARYL ETHER OLIGOMERS AND PROCESS FOR MAKING ARYL ETHER OLIGOMERS - An aryl composition includes aryl ether oligomers. These compositions may be prepared by reaction of one or more dihalobenzenes with one or more dihydroxybenzenes by an Ullman ether reaction. The oligomers may have two or more benzene rings and include terminal halogen, e.g., bromine (Br), or hydroxyl (OH) groups. These oligomers may be brominated to form flame retardant compositions for thermoplastic polymers.02-03-2011

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