What should I do if the concentration of flame retardant is too high during use?
Flame retardants can cause many problems during use. Customers who have purchased flame retardants often encounter these questions: What to do if the flame retardant concentration is too high? What to do if the flame retardant is diluted too much? Some customers think that the higher the flame retardant concentration, the better the flame retardant effect. Is this correct? Let ’s take a look together.
What to do if the flame retardant concentration is too high?
1. Treating flame retardants (fabric, wood) with excessively high concentrations of flame retardants can add a suitable amount of water to reduce the concentration.
2. Reduce flame retardant treatment time. Such as shortening the time for flame retardants to soak fabrics and wood.
3. Immediately stop processing flame retardants and continue processing with low concentration flame retardants.
What to do if the flame retardant is diluted too much?
1. If the water ratio of the diluted flame retardant is too far away, it is recommended to replace the flame retardant in order not to affect the flame retardant effect.
2. Let stand. The over-diluted flame retardant can be left to stand for a period of time until the flame retardant solute precipitates and delaminates. The upper part of the water can be poured out and then stirred for use.
3. Increase processing time. After diluting the flame retardants after soaking and spraying the flame retardants, the processing time is longer than that of the flame retardants without being overly diluted.