With magnesium hydroxide you can make products flame retardantOn February 23, 2018 by
Is there a need to comply with fire and safety regulation in for example the construction sector? Then it is important that you use products that are flame retardant. This prevents an outbreak in case of a short circuit in one of the electricity cables. And by choosing a partner that can deliver you the right materials, such as Europiren, you’re choosing a partner that works environmentally friendly. This company produces magnesium hydroxide without the use of toxic additives, and uses as little energy as possible during production. Inquire about the possibilities today or take a look at their website for an impression of all flame retardant methods available.
Magnesium hydroxide for flame retardant materials by a globally represented company
There are a lot of benefits from using the services of a large company. For example there are a lot of different areas of application by Europiren B.V. As a customer, this means that you will always pay the best price since the company doesn’t have to buy its recourses from a third party. Another advantage is that Europiren is located in the port of Rotterdam. A location from which it is easy to ship out materials to companies all over the world. You can order your magnesium hydroxide coated, flame retardant materials from anywhere in the world!
Find out just how convenient magnesium hydroxide is for making flame retardant materials
Did you know that it is very easy to make products fire retardant? The product that is used is called magnesium hydroxide. What you perhaps didn’t know, is that using magnesium hydroxide is easy as pie. That’s because it only has to be added during the final stage of the production process. After this treatment, your products are capable of absorbing heat and smoke alike. Imagine the benefits, for instance in industry and construction. And where can you get this flame retardant coating you ask? At Europiren of course! A global company that works from its main location in the port of Rotterdam.