25kg/Bag PU Flame Retardant
|Place of Origin||CHINA|
|Certification||ISO9001, REACH, SGS|
|Minimum Order Quantity||200kg|
|Packaging Details||25kg/bag, 22mt/20'fcl without pallets, 18mt/20'fcl with pallets|
|Payment Terms||T/T, L/C, D/P, Western Union|
|Supply Ability||200 ton per month|
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|Appearance||Gray Powder||P2O5 Content (w/w)||≥47%|
|N Content (w/w)||≥8%||PH||6.5-7.5|
|Moisture (w/w)||≤0.5%||Use||Rigid PU Foam|
25kg/Bag PU Flame Retardant,
25kg PU Flame Retardant,
25kg Flame Retardant
PU Flame Retardant Halogen-Free For Rigid PU Foam Low Smoke TCP Substitute
Application : TF-PU501 is used solely in flameproof treatment for rigid polyurethane foam. UL-94 V-0 can be achieved when total loading of 9% is reached, and total loading of 15% to achieve classification for burning behavior of building materials and products GB / T 8624-2012 B2 level.
Product description:: TF-PU501 is solid composite halogen-free phosphorus-nitrogen containing intumescent flame retardant, it acts both in the condensed phase and the gas phase.
Technical Data Sheet / Specification :
|P2O5 content (w/w)||≥47%|
|N content (w/w)||≥8%|
|pH value (10% aqueous suspension, at 25ºC)||6.5-7.5|
1. Gray powder, expands when heated, efficient in smoke suppression.
2. Excellent water resistance, not easy to precipitate, high flame retardant efficiency.
3. Halogen-free and none heavy metal ions. pH value is neutral, safe and stable during production and use, good compatibleness, not to react with other flame retardant and auxiliary.
Packing : 25kg/bag, 22mt/20’fcl without pallets, 18mt/20’fcl with pallets. Other packing as request.
Storage: in dry and cool place, keeping out of moisture and sunshine, shelf life two years.
Mechanism of fire retardancy of polyurethanes using ammonium polyphosphate :
In this work, we studied the mechanism of the fire retardancy of ammonium polyphosphate (APP) in polyurethane (PU). Indeed, according to the limiting oxygen index test, the efficiency of APP in PU coating was proven. On the one hand, thermogravimetric analyses showed that the addition of APP to PU accelerates the decomposition of the matrix but leads to an increase in the amount of high‐temperature residue, under an oxidative or inert atmosphere. This stabilized residue acts as a protective thermal barrier during the intumescence–fire retardancy process. On the other hand, spectroscopic analysis of the charring materials using infrared spectroscopy, MAS NMR of the solid state, and ESR enables better understanding of the carbonization process and, consequently, of the intumescence phenomenon. It has been shown that the char resulting from PU consists of an aromatic carbonaceous structure which condenses and oxidizes at high temperature. In the presence of APP, a reaction between the additive and the polymer occurs, which leads to the formation of a phosphocarbonaceous polyaromatic structure. Moreover, this char is strongly paramagnetic. The presence of large radical species, such as a polyaromatic macromolecule trapping free radicals, was demonstrated. Both of these characteristics help to explain the fire‐retardant performance of PU/APP.