BDDP CasNo.: 21850-44-2 White color, outstanding thermal and UV stability, non-blooming, excellent wet electrical propertieselectrical insulation property. It is environmental friendly.
BDDP CasNo.: 21850-44-2 Mainly used for plastics as flame-retardant, widely for PP, PE,PS,ABS resin rubber etc. and high molecular material and electronic industry. Especially for PP Plastics. It is the most excellent flame-retardant for PP Plastics to now.
Q: How to Get Sample? A: Sample within 500g could be sent for free once buyer’s DHL account is advised for freight collect or courier cost is paid. The courier cost could be deducted when bulk order is placed.
Q: What is Lead Time? A: Generally, cargo could be loaded on ship in about two weeks after the date of receiving prepayment or L/C. Sometimes one week earlier or later.
Q: What’s the bulk Packing? A: Net in 25kg bag or 1000kg jumbo bag.
Q: How About the BDDP of ZXCHEM? A: Tetrabromobisphenol A bis-(2,3-dibromopropyl ether) is a flame retardant compound that finds various applications in different industries. Here are some of its product applications:
Electrical and Electronics Industry: BDDP is extensively used as a flame retardant in the manufacturing of electronic devices, such as computers, televisions, mobile phones, and circuit boards. It provides fire resistance and improves the safety of these devices, reducing the risk of ignition and spread of fire.
Construction Materials: BDDP is incorporated into various construction materials, such as insulation foams, cables, wires, and coatings. By adding this flame retardant, the materials become less flammable, meeting the required safety standards for building and construction applications.
Automotive Industry: BDDP is utilized in the automotive sector for manufacturing components like dashboards, seat covers, and wiring harnesses. By incorporating this flame retardant, the risk of fire propagation in case of accidents or electrical malfunctions is reduced, enhancing passenger safety.
Textile Industry: BDDP is applied in the production of flame-resistant textiles and fabrics. These textiles are used in protective clothing for firefighters, military personnel, and workers in high-risk industries, providing them with an additional layer of fire protection.