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Flame Retardants 2006 + CD
Flame Retardants 2006 + CD
Flame Retardants 2006 + CD

The 12th international conference was attended by 235 delegates from 16 countries. Some 32 papers were presented of which 30 were published

Hardback, pp 288 with 91 tables and 134 illustrations + CD ROM


ISBN: ISBN 0 9541216 7 8 



Achieving sustainability with flame retardants David Buszard, Chemtura Corporation,
UK Effective bromine-free back-coating formulations for textiles – Are they really achievable? Richard Horrocks, P Davies, B Kandola, University of Bolton,
UK The ecological footprint of flame retardants over their life cycle – A case study on the environmental profile of new phosphorus based flame retardants Thomas Marzi, Fraunhofer UMSICHT and A Beard, Clariant GmbH, Germany
Eco-efficient solutions for flame retardant containing, mixed plastics – metals WEEE, in particular resource recovery at an integrated metals smelter Lein Tange, Eurobrom ICI-IP – EFRA, Belgium and J Brusselaers, C Hagelüken, Umicore Precious Metals Refining, The Netherlands
Fire safety, smoke toxicity and acidity Marcelo Hirschler, GBH International, USA
Smoke toxicity from combustion products based on polymers containing flame retardant additives Carine Chivas, J-P Bertrand, C Malvaux, G Marlair, K Tack, INERIS, France
Acidity as an additional criterion for classifying the fire performance of cables under the CPD Juergen Troitzsch, Fire Protection Service, Germany
The flame retardant mechanism and behaviour of a halogen-free polyethylene cable material Anna Lundgren (Hermansson), T Hjertberg, Chalmers University of Technology and B-A Sultan, Borealis AB, Sweden
Ignition of solids – What have we learned in a half-century of research? Vytenis Babrauskas, Fire Science and Technology Inc., USA
Comparison of reaction-to-fire testing and classification of construction products in different parts of the World Marc Janssens, K Carpenter, J Huczek, Southwest Research Institute, USA
Thermal analysis of flammability Richard Lyon, FAA and R Walters, S Stoliarov, SRA International, USA
Progress with nanocomposites and new nanostructured FRs Günter Beyer, Kabelwerk Eupen AG, Belgium
Polymeric flame retardant systems: A step forward to a safer environment Rudi Borms, Eurobrom, The Netherlands, and G Reznick, Y Bar Yaakov, P Georlette, ICL-IP, Israel
New development of halogen-free flame retarded cable material Shen Kang, Beijing ADD-Tech Consulting Co. Ltd and Z Feng, Hangzhou JLS Flame Retardants Chemical Co. Ltd., China
Mechanisms of phosphorous flame retardants Bernhard Schartel, U Braun, BAM, Germany
Talc / Zinc Borate: Potential synergisms in flame retardant systems Pascal Amigouët, F Jouffret, G Méli, Luzenac Europe, France and K Shen, US Borax, USA
Polymeric flame retardant systems: A step forward to a safer environment Manfred Doering, M Kroeger, U Storzer, M Ciesielski, Karlsruhe Research Center, U Dittrich, B Just, H Keller, Schill+Seilacher Corporation and K Heinemann, E Meusel, Thuringian Institute for Textile and Plastics Research, Germany
Analytical test protocols for ensuring compliance with the EU RoHS directive Paul Cusack, Tin Technology Ltd, UK
Introductory paper for new work item proposal on microcalorimetry for ISO TC 61 WG3 Sean Gregory, Fire Testing Technology Ltd, S Grayson, S Kumar, Interscience Communications Ltd, UK, R Lyon, FAA and R Walters, Galaxy Scientific Corporation, USA
Anticipating future requirements for TV enclosures: Halogen free V1 best of class to optimize safety, environment and cost Michel Cassart, S Taylor, G Schaeffer, P Barlet, Total Petrochemicals, UK
The role of intumescence and smoke suppressants in flame retardant compositions Thomas Futterer, H-D Nägerl, Chemische Fabrik Budenheim, Germany and V Mans, E Tortosa, D Garcia, Budenheim Ibérica, Spain
Acceptable fire safety Robert Graham, Alliance for Consumer Fire Safety in Europe, UK
Modelling fire scenarios in residential buildings with respect to the benefit of smoke detectors and flame retardants Anja Hofmann, C Knaust, BAM, Germany and A Beard, European Flame Retardants Association, Belgium
New flammability standards for residential furnishings are imminent in the U.S. Gordon Damant, Inter-City Testing & Consulting Corp., USA
Regulatory trends and standardization towards the reaction to fire of the upholstery furniture in France and in Europe Alain Sainrat, LNE – Fire Behaviour Division, France
The benefits of fire counter-measures in the UK and Europe from a consideration of UK and International fire statistics Gary Stevens, A Emsley, L Lim, Polymer Research Centre and P Williams, University of Surrey, UK
The need for full scale fire testing of sandwich panels Patrick Van Hees, SP, Fire Technology, Sweden
What will be the fire requirements and test methods for steel faced sandwich panels in the EU? Diane Daems, Huntsman, Belgium
What we are learning from the use of the SBI test (based on recent round robin results)? Tuula Hakkarainen, E Mikkola, VTT, Finland, B Sette, Ghent University, Belgium, R van Mierlo, F Paap, TNO, The Netherlands, C Lukas, Dow Chemical Co Ltd, UK and B Messerschmidt, Rockwool International, Denmark
How can we use the SBI in a larger Europe for assessment of fire safety of constructions? Edith Antonatus, C Lukas, PlasticsEurope, Belgium
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