US 4,965,021 Fire retardant plastics

US 4,965,021 Fire retardant plastics

Additives for Polymers us 4,965,021 February 1991 FIRE RETARDANT PLASTICS Bromine Compounds Ltd. Priority Date: 13 November 1985 Mixing a plastic t...

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Additives for Polymers

us 4,965,021

February 1991

FIRE RETARDANT PLASTICS Bromine Compounds Ltd. Priority Date: 13 November 1985 Mixing a plastic together with cold compacted granules of a halogenated hydrocarbon compound and heating the mix until the plastic is melted.

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STABILIZER FOR POLYOLEFINES Phillips Petroleum Co. Priority Date: 7 March 1988 Comprises: a)

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a hindered phenol, an organic phosphite, a hindered amine, a metal soap, and trisodium phosphate.

SMOKE SUPPRESSANTS FOR WC H. B. Fuller Co. Priority Date: 10 April 1989 Mixture of talc, mica, feldspar etc, and an inorganic zinc corn~~d, an ~org~c magnesia corn~~d, an an ~organic molybdenum compound.

PROIXJCT INFORMATION Blending of organid inorganic colourants

BASF is combining nickel and chrome titanates with high performance organics such as q~opl~thalone and perelene to achieve higher the~al stability, opacity, lightfas~ess, and vivid shades similar to those of traditional cadmium. The first of these series has now been commercialized under the trade-name Sicoplast. Products include two yellows, two reds, and an orange in the cadtnium range.

Highly filled PBT

General Electric Plastics say that recently developed “heavy” mineral-filled polybutylene terephthalate compounds will enlarge the realm of engineering plastics applications by adding the dimensions of weight and ceramic-like prope~ies. Called Heavy Valox by General Electric Plastics, two highly filled PEST grades for injection moulding are now commercially available.

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