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Certified Flame Retardant


Brief description
Flame retardants have been used since the beginning of the 20th century, they are a class of additives used to minimize the fire hazard of polymer products.

Operating principle
The basic flame retardancy mechanisms vary depending on the flame retardant and the substrate. Both additive and reactive flame retardant chemicals can work in the vapour (gaseous) or condensed (solid) phase.

Flame retardants are usually added to manufactured products to meet flammability standards for furniture, textiles, electronics and building products such as insulation.

Primary market
In 1975, California adopted Technical Bulletin 117 (TB 117), which requires materials such as polyurethane foam used to fill furniture to withstand a small naked flame, equivalent to a candle, for at least 12 seconds. Although no other US state has a similar standard, and because of the importance of the California market, many manufacturers produce objects that respond to TB 117 that they distribute throughout the United States.

In Europe, fire safety standards vary from country to country. They are stricter in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

Promoflex treatment
In our case, with the minimum amounts of flame retardant additives used, studies have concluded that flame retardants are an effective tool to reduce the risk of fire without creating additional toxic emissions.

*Products of the “TB 117” category

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