FRX Polymers® and China's Yoo-Point Jointly Develop Water-Based Emulsions Containing Nofia® Non-Halogenated Flame Retardants
FRX Polymers Earns Spot on 2019 Global Cleantech 100 List of Top Companies in Sustainable Innovation
FRX Polymers Inc., the global leader in polymeric halogen-free flame retardant (FR) solutions, has announced a joint development agreement with China’s Yoo-Point Group for the production of water-based emulsions which contain FRX Polymers’ Nofia® phosphonate halogen-free flame retardants.
FRX Polymers® Announces Availability of Nofia® Non-Halogenated Flame Retardants for Low-VOC Polyurethane Foam for Auto Interiors
FRX Polymers® Inc., the global leader in polymeric halogen-free flame retardant solutions, has been named to the 2019 Global Cleantech 100 List which recognizes the world’s leaders in sustainable innovation. The company, which earned the distinction for the sixth time in the last 10 years, was recognized for its successful commercial work for its breakthrough Nofia® flame retardant products.
Plastics News: Toxic flame retardants are still being used in plastics ...
FRX Polymers Inc., the global leader in polymeric halogen-free flame retardant (FR) solutions, has announced the availability of its Nofia® phosphonates for use in the production of low volatile organic compound (VOC) polyurethane (PUR) foam for automotive interior applications.
Nofia® Non-Halogenated FR as ATO Replacement in Brominated Systems
Flame retardant additives are put into various materials, such as foams for furniture seating and mattresses, plastics used for electronic and electrical applications, and aircraft and vehicle interiors. Let’s make sure the science of flame retardants in plastics is adhered to so that common myths don’t take hold.
FRX Polymers® featured in Compounding World Flame Retardants Trend
FRX Polymers® announces the availability of its Nofia® non-halogenated polyphosphonates as a replacement for antimony (ATO) in brominated flame retardant systems.
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