Brominated Flame Retardants
Halogen flame retardant works in a gas phase and reacts with the radicals formed during the combustion. Chlorine and bromine are the only halogens used as FRs in synthetic plastic formulations since fluorine and iodine are unsuitable for this application. Brominated flame retardants (BFRs) are by far the most widely used FRs as they are more eﬀective, cost less and have wider application. However, BFRs have been targeted as an environmental hazard by persistence and bio-accumulation, when heated they can also form toxicby-products includes CO and smoke.
|Name||CAS No.||Chemical name||Feature|
|TBBA||79-94-7||Tetrabromobisphenol A||TBBA Is A Reactive Flame Retardant Used For Epoxy Resin, ABS, HIPS, etc.
Replace FR-1524, SAYTEX CP-2000, BA-59
|TBBPA is a brominated, Aromatic Flame Retardant Used In
PBT, PET, PET/PBT Blends. Replace FR-52, BC-52
|DBDPO Is A High Bromine Content Fire Retardant Used In HIPS, PE, PP,
ABS, PBT, UPE, Epoxy, Nylon6, Textiles Etc. Replace FR-1210, DE-83, SAYTEX S-102
|DBDPE is A High Bromine Content Flame Retardant for HIPS, PE, PP, ABS,
PBT, UPE, Epoxy. Replace FR-1410,SAYTEX 8010, Firemaster 2100
|FR 245||25716-60-4||2,4,6-tris 2,4,6-
|FR 245 is a Brominated Cyanurate Flame Retardant,
Mainly Used Is ABS And HIPS.
|Ethylenebistetrabromophthalimide is A White Color FR
With Good Thermal & UV Stability, Non‐Blooming. Replace Saytex BT 93