Fire Safety is one of the essential elements of security. Fires cause death, injury and property damage. The risk of a fire starting can be reduced by the flame retardants which are added to flammable materials to prevent fires and, if a fire does start through another source, to cause them burn more slowly and release less heat, smoke and toxic gases. Therefore flame retardants provide extra time in the early stages when the fire can be extinguished or an escape can be made.

CSE-96 flame retardants are phosphorus and nitrogen salts solutions. Their ion activity changes depending on the treated materials by adding anionic, cationic, amphoteric, non-ionic surfactants and mixtures of them. The CSE-96 flame retardants are applied for hydrophilic and hydrophobic porous polymers with different physical and chemical properties and structure.

The effectiveness of the product in terms of the flame retardant capacity is achieved by the synergistic effect of the phosphorus and nitrogen components in it.

The CSE-96 flame retardant composition is effective in a small amount for impregnation of porous polymers. The CSE-96 products are neutral and therefore non-corrosive and non-irritating in nature.

The neutral pH allows preservation stability, freezing stability and chemical stability of the CSE-96 flame retardant solution. The composition is of the environmental type which is fully safe in that the composition eliminates the evolution of halogen gas upon combustion.