Flexalloy PVC elastomers are proprietary formulations that provide the elasticity and low-temperature toughness of TPEs, plus the many benefits of PVC, such as being inherently flame retardant.
What does IFR stand for?
IFR stands for Inherently Flame Retardant
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- Ideal Final Result (problem solving)
- In Frame Response
- In-Flight Refueling
- In-Flight Report
- Increasing Failure Rate
- Indirect Fractal Resolution
- Indoor Firing Range
- Induced Field Ratio
- Infield Fly Rule (baseball)
- Infrared Receiver
- Initial Flight Release (aviation)
- Initiative for Fiduciary Responsibility
- Injury Frequency Ratio (OSHA)
- Inspiratory Flow Rate
- Instant Failure Rate
- Institut Fédératif de Recherche (Research's Federative Institute)
- Institut für Religionspolitologie eV (Duisburg, Germany)
- Institute for Fisheries Research
- Institute for Fisheries Resources
- Institute of Finance Research (Vietnam)
Samples in periodicals archive:
FRX is the manufacturer and marketer of a new family of inherently flame retardant plastics and oligomers, trade named Nofia.
Because they are lightweight, durable, exceptionally strong, chemically resistant, and inherently flame retardant, Victrex polymers have been used in the aerospace industry for years.
The material is also inherently flame retardant as well as heat distortion resistant up to 340 [degrees]C and has very good strength.
FRX is the manufacturer of a new, environmentally friendly family of inherently flame retardant plastics and additives.
This is permanent--it cannot be washed out and stays with the fiber for the whole of its life, so the fiber is inherently flame retardant.
Available in 3 striking colors, this 100% polyester drapery is inherently flame retardant, making it ideal for hotel and restaurant interiors.
Halogen-containing polymers, such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and fluorinated ethylene propylene (FEP), are inherently flame retardant, however, when halogens do burn, they produce smoke and acid gas that are toxic and corrosive, posing a threat to both humans and equipment.