Efficiency of the use of decabromodiphenyl ether to obtain polyesters with reduced combustibility
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In the cases of the synergistic pairs DBDE — antimony trioxide, DBDE — TPP, and DBDE — Flamal, the fundamental possibility of intensifying the effectiveness of using decabromodiphenyl ether and of obtaining PET with a high incombustibility level (OI=27–30) at comparatively small additions of the FPC and synergist has been demonstrated.
The results of these studies provide a base for devising industrial technology for the preparation of polyester fibres and yarns with reduced combustibility.
KeywordsPolymer Ether Antimony Small Addition Industrial Technology
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