DB Chem & DongBang Chemical
An escalated heat close to thermoplastics causes the “thermal decomposition process” in which the polymer’s molecule structures are violently divided into very unstable free radicals deteriorating your polymer’s mechanical properties. Those excited and very reactive free radicals are unpaired electrons, and consequently highly volatile and very reactive to atmospheric oxygen.
The high heat generated by those extremely volatile atomic reactions could ignite fire.Our engineers are developing better halogenated or halogen free flame retardants according to specific customers’ demands. Our flame Retardants Masterbatch are designed and formulated with respect to your polymer’s specific characteristics like its melting temperature, end applications and processing types ranged from extrusion and blowing to molding.