Flame-retardant masterbatch, also called fire-resistant masterbatch, is the best flame-retardant product in the plastics industry today. Its dispersibility, fluidity, compatibility, thermal stability, and weather resistance are much higher than the regular ones. It can improve the dispersibility of the flame retardant in the resin, reduce the amount of flame retardant added, reduce the difficulty and cost of processing, and at the same time reduce the impact of the addition of flame retardant on the mechanical properties of the resin.

Flame-retardant Masterbatches For Fibers.

Most flame-retardant fibers are blended with high-concentration flame retardants and other additives to produce flame-retardant masterbatches, and then melt-spun with conventional chips to form fibers with flame-retardant properties.

  • Polypropylene Fiber Masterbatch

flame-retardant polypropylene fiber masterbatch is mainly used to produce flame-retardant polypropylene fiber filament or short fiber, and use this fiber to produce indoor curtains, curtains, and sofa tables in high-rise buildings, hospitals, and public places. It can also be used in the production of conveyor belts for coal mines, tarpaulins, cotton, hemp, and air-conditioning fabrics in textile enterprises. What’s more, PP yarn or fiber can be used in the plastics industry to produce televisions, radios, shells, and other plastic products.

  • Polyester Fiber Masterbatch

As one of the three major synthetic fibers, polyester fiber has been widely used in the manufacture of clothing and industrial products. Due to its permanent flame retardancy, flame-retardant polyester fiber has many applications. In addition to playing an irreplaceable role in industrial textiles, architectural interior decoration, and interior vehicle decoration, it is also used in protective clothing.

Our company can provide PET fiber flame-retardant masterbatch with a phosphorus content of 14000-15000 ppm. It is a halogen-free flame retardant. To save production costs, our customers tend to use such masterbatch and regular PET chip or bottle-grade PET chips to manufacture fire-retardant yarn or fiber.