Polyethylene with low combustibility for construction applications containing chemical fibres and disperse fillers
The studies demonstrated the possibility of practical implementation of a method of fabricating difficultly combustible polyethylene by incorporating chlorinated paraffin stabilized with CaCO3 and fireproof fibres in the polymer. The PCM based on the modified polyethylene have high physicomechanical characteristics and low combustibility, which places them in the class of construction materials for engineering and technical applications.
KeywordsPolymer Organic Chemistry Polyethylene Chlorinate Paraffin
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