PBT Compounds Modified with Natural Fiber Reinforcement as Flame Retardant
Good fire resistance is important in technically demanding applications. However, the use of suitable additives reduces the mechanical properties of a material, e. g. impact resistance and tensile strength. It can now be shown that this effect can be counteracted by means of regenerated cellulose fibers.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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