Development of halogen-flee FR materials by RTP Company has been driven by the global push for manufacturers to eliminate halogens from their products," says Paul Killian, technical marketing manager of FR products.
What does X stand for?
X stands for Halogen (organic chemistry)
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There is an attempt to have a defined limit on halogen content (Table 1).
Tungsten halogen lights are more energy efficient than ordinary incandescents but are also costly to use and present safety issues.
National Laboratory, certain halogen radicals--reactive compounds containing bromine or chlorine--rapidly and efficiently transform elemental mercury to the reactive gaseous form.
When it comes to warm-up speed, formed part quality, and energy savings, halogen heating elements are tough to beat, according to two British custom thermoformers that are among the first to use these heaters.
The halogen-based system usually contains antimony oxide along with the halogen in order to perform properly.