L11 FLAME RETARDANT
L11 FLAME RETARDANT
- L11 is a halogen-free engineered flame retardant molecule design
- Rapid heat & flame reduction
- Fast carbonizing
- High LOI percentage (Limit Oxygen Index)
- L11 saves lives
- Available as masterbatch chips, spinnable chips, fibers, filaments
- Ideal for PA6 - Nylon fibers, BCF and filaments
- For other natural or synthetic fibers and materials, please inquire for our new organic FR finishing solutions and alternative additives.
- Textile fibers without FR agent are likely to create massive damage to humans and environment
- Synthetic fibers ignite, burn quickly and usually continue to burn after a flame is removed!
- Synthetic fibers shrink from the flame, melt, and often drip (DANGER), leaving a hard plastic-like bead and potentially harming victims with second-degree burns
- The toxic content of synthetics also creates hazardous smoke that can kill people
- Burning fabrics without FR agent will produce black smoke and hazardous fumes. Nylon smells like plastic when burnt but can also can produce a celery-like smell; Acrylics burn with a strong, acrid, chemical smell. Polyester smells slightly sweet, also with a chemical odor
- L11 FLAME RETARDANT protects the textile, prevents such poisonous gasses, dripping or ongoing flames in textiles through fast carbonization. It saves lives
- For other natural or synthetic fibers we offer our new organic flame retardant finishing solutions and alternative organic additives. See quick movie below:
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