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Use magnesium hydroxide as an effective flame retardant

In recent history, there are lots of examples during which a fire was started due to the lack of proper flame retardant coatings and other protective measures. 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.

Magnesium hydroxide is ideally suited to make your products flame retardant

Magnesium hydroxide flame retardant products by Europiren B.V. is a solid way for improving the safety of products, and therefore, of structures. Cables, for instance are way more valuable, and safer to use when they are provided with a magnesium hydroxide coating. In case of a short circuit, the chance of a fire hazard is greatly reduced. Europiren is a company that operates on a global scale and provides companies with flame retardant materials. Because most of the products and coating they use are from their own resources, you will pay the best price for this extraordinary safety feature.

Flame retardant materials made with magnesium hydroxide from a company with a low carbon footprint

Co2 emissions need to be lowered, and they need to be lowered fast. Fortunately, many companies are starting to realize this as well.  Even the industrial sector is starting to take steps that reduce the strain they put on the environment. So if you’re looking for a company that can provide you with magnesium hydroxide, flame retardant materials, make sure you choose a company that pursues this goal as well. A company like Europiren perhaps. This international chemical company uses as little energy as possible, and is constantly striving to further reduce its carbon footprint.

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