Flame Retardants are essential for the safety of many products around us

PIN FRs ensure that electronics stay safe

Most fire deaths are from smoke toxicity, which is reduced by PIN FRs

Fires today grow nearly ten times faster than 40 years ago

PIN FRs can ensure fire safety of natural and recycled insulation products

Certain PIN flame retardants were found preferable by 3rd party research projects and institutions, such as ENFIRO, US EPA, Green Screen

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29/11/2023

Free webinar on new drip suppressants

6th December 2023. Will address alternative anti-drip solutions to PTFE (a PFAS chemical) for fire performance.

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29/11/2023

Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (CSS)

pinfa’s Q&A (8 pages) provides detailed information for users on regulatory impacts of the EU’s CSS on PIN flame retardants

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29/11/2023

REACH and CLP Classification of melamine

pinfa’s Q&A explains implications for melamine-based flame retardants and for use of melamine itself for fire safety.

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