Halogen-free flame-retardant polyamides - Rhodia

Dec. 7, 2010
The polymers meet processing, service, and regulartory requirements for the photovoltaic industry.

Technyl FR grade polyamides are flame retarded without halogenated compounds. Technyl A 60G1 V25, has been rated as passing 5VA and V-0 (flame retardancy) and ULF1 (weatherability) tests. Technyl A 50H1 has similar flammability properties and is easy to process for thin-walled photovoltaic connector applications.

Rhodia, 8 Cedar Brook Dr., Cranbury. NJ 08512, (609) 860-4000,

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