Raw materials

Flame retardants Cellcom

Because of the nature of polymer materials it is impossible to make them absolutely flameproof. The only thing which can be done is the reduction of their spontaneous inflammation capacity. For this purpose producers use flame retardants additives which handicap ignition and slow down flame spread.

Flame retardants consumption by type

Flame retardants consumption by type

Kum Yang Co. Ltd. offers the following types of flame retardants:

1. Inorganic flame

  • Antimony oxide (1~2microns & 10microns)
  • Aluminium trihydroxide (0.5~1.5microns)
  • Magnesium hydroxide (1~2microns)

2. Phosphorous

  • Triethyl phosphate (liquid)
  • Tri(2-chloro isopropyl) phosphate (liquid)

3. Brominated

  • Decabromodihenyl ethane(5microns max.)
  • Decarbromodiphenyl oxide(5microns max. & 10microns)
  • Hexabromocyclododecane (5microns max. & 10microns)

4. Non-halogen

  • Melamine Cyanurate(4microns max.)
  • Ammonium polyphosphate (15~20microns)