LYT-370 is an additive flame retardant, used in PP and HIPS, the flame retardant grade reaches V-2 (UL94 standard), and has significant UV resistance and light stability. Originally designed to find a newer and better flame retardant in the rapidly growing polypropylene field. The combination of high bromine content (70%) and high phosphorus content (3%) enables it to achieve a better flame retardant effect with a very low addition amount. The brominated part in the product structure endows it with excellent UV and light stability, ensuring the excellent appearance of the finished product.
DBDPE has high bromine content, good thermal stability, good anti-ultraviolet performance, and lower exudation than other brominated flame retardants; it is especially suitable for the production of high-end materials such as computers, fax machines, telephones, copiers, home appliances, etc. . Widely used in styrenic polymers, engineering thermoplastics, wire and cable coverings, insulators, elastomers and thermosetting plastics.
LYT-513 is a reactive flame retardant. Contains approximately 73% fatty bromine. It has high bromine content and special stability, especially its heat resistance, hydrolysis resistance and light stability. Its main use is as a reactive intermediate for high molecular weight flame retardants, and its high solubility allows it to bind phosphorus very efficiently.
Brominated styrene-butadiene-styrene block copolymer
LYT-BPS has excellent thermal stability and excellent fluidity. Its high flame retardancy, thermal stability, light stability and good electrical properties and other mechanical, physical and chemical properties make it have good compatibility with engineering plastics, no precipitation, no migration, no frost, and strong antistatic ability. Etc. In addition, it has good dispersibility and compatibility in high polymers, is easy to process, and has minimal impact on the mechanical properties of the material. It is widely used in engineering plastics such as PBT, PET, and PA.
Tetrabromophthalic anhydride diol
LYT-628 is a reactive flame retardant intermediate mainly used for flame retardant rigid foam. The appearance is a slightly faded viscous liquid. It is mainly used as a reactive flame retardant for the production of grade I and II rigid polyurethane foam. (PUR). The foam material containing LYT-628 has very low smoke generation and flame spread speed. The foam material processed with LYT-628 can obtain excellent physical properties and low cost. It can also be used to produce flame retardant polyurethane gaskets. body materials, coating adhesives and textiles.
LYT-972 is an additive flame retardant, which has the advantages of low dosage, good flame retardant effect, little influence on physical properties of materials, good thermal stability and UV light stability. Mainly used in EPS, XPS polypropylene and other styrene resins, the flame retardant effect of this product is higher than that of brominated aromatic flame retardants, and its thermal stability is excellent, making processing equipment safer and product performance more prominent, especially It is more suitable for plastic products processed at higher temperature and is an excellent substitute for the flame retardant hexabromocyclododecane.
LYT-952 has excellent thermal stability and UV light stability. Its white color allows it to be used in color-sensitive products. Excellent thermal stability allows it to be used in engineering resins such as polyesters and polyamides. The performance of LYT-952 without precipitation makes it can be used in some occasions that require high heat sealability, such as polyolefin films. Its excellent wet electrical properties also make it an ideal flame retardant for wires and cables. LY-952 shows excellent properties in many fields, such as polyolefins, HIPS, PET, PBT, PC, and elastomers.