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Eco-friendly Flame Retardant Textile Fabric Using Nonhalogenic Intumescence Chemistry

Technology #3037.1

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It is federally mandated that certain home furnishings and children clothing have certain degree of flame retardancy in them. Hence these classes of textiles must be treated with suitable flame retardant finishes . However, most all effective fire retardant textile finishes has adverse effects on health and environment since halogens are used as the fire retardant agents. The current invention provides a halogen free effective fire retardant finish to the textile fabric.

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