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Technology and Test Methods of Flameproofing of Cellulosics

  • Menachem Lewin
  • Stephen B. Sello

Abstract

Cellulose and cellulosic products are considered flammable because they are readily ignited and rapidly consumed after ignition.The idea of imparting flame resistance to cellulose dates back many centuries, the first significant recorded attempt, being made in EngìandHrr l735, when a patent, was “granted to Jonathan Wyld for a flarne-retardãnt mixture consisting of alum, ferrous sulfate, and borax. Early references on Flameproofing are listed in J. E. Ramsbottom.(1)

Keywords

Cotton Fabric Flame Retardant Phosphine Oxide Flame Spread Cellulosic Substrate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Menachem Lewin
    • 1
  • Stephen B. Sello
    • 2
  1. 1.Israel Fiber InstituteJerusalemIsrael
  2. 2.Technical CenterJ. P. Stevens & Company. IncorporatedGarfieldUSA

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