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Products

Products overview table

 

Products

 

Products list

Compound
FPBC 103 Natural
FPBC 103 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications
Fire performance 

Compound
FPC 100 Natural
FPC 100 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications

Compound
FPC 301 Natural
FPC 301 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications

 

Compound
FPC 400 Natural
FPC 400 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications

Compound
FPFC 200 Natural
FPFC 200 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications

Compound
FPSC 100 Natural
FPSC 100 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant compound specifically developed for jacketing purposes in wire and cable applications

 

 

Masterbatch
NSMB 503 Natural
NSMB 503 is a new concept of low hazard and halogen free flame retardant masterbatch additive available in granular form.
It was specifically developed as additive in variable amounts between 1% to 10% to Nanosync’s HFFR compounds like FPBC 103 & FPC 301, in order to increase its thermo-mechanical properties and fire retardancy level

 

 

 

 

 

Empirical classification

Nanosync HFFR compounds exhibit an increasing fire retardancy level from 1 to 5 and this empirical classification is based on a cone calorimeter data analysis rather than a LOI (Limiting Oxygen Index) measurement.

We have decided not to mention the LOI value of our HFFR compounds, as it could mislead cable manufacturers in evaluation of real fire retardant performances of our compounds, compared to a standard HFFR material with LOI 35, to which it was arbitrarily attributed a fire retardancy level 0.

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