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Chapter 4

MHE® - FIRE SAFTY STANDARD CERTIFICATIONS - (2015-2020)

The British "Furniture Industry Research Association" [FIRA] project called REDFR [REDFR = Reducing Emissions by Development of Novel Sustainable Flame Retardant Products] has proven that MHE® 20322SV liquid applied on recycled textiles meets the demand on flame retardant functionality BS 5852 Part1(1979) and Part2(1982).

The same good result has been achieved by a mattress ticking company in Belgium after that an accredited test institute had certified the MHE® treated textiles in accordance with British Standard BS5852 Part1(1979) and Part2(1982).

A Swedish industrial manufacturer of canvas applications have successfully applied MHE® 20322SV liquid on canvas meeting the Swedish fire safety standard SIS650082 certification.

A paper converter company in Finland has applied MHE® 20322SV liquid as a surface top coating treatment regarding Kraft-paper meeting the European fire safety standard UL94 V0, certified by an accredited test institute in Europe.

A Swedish manufacturer of EPDM rubber matting has integrated MHE® 41444 mixed with ATH into the EPDM rubber matting meeting the European fire safety standards for construction materials, certified by an accredited test institute in Europe.

A Swedish PVC-film manufacturer has successfully replaced the hazardous flame retardant Antimony with the natural non-toxic and eco-friendly MHE® 41444. The MHE® treated PVC-film was certified meeting the French fire safety standard M1.

IN SUMMARY

MHE® - the low carbon, sustainable, non-toxic, eco-friendly, in nature biodegradable flame retardant additives, meet the market demands on Fire Safety Standard Certifications regarding construction materials, when applied on or integrated into host materials like for example
Polyamides 6/12; PVC-film; Polyester fibre; Polyurethane foam and lacquer; EPDM rubber; EVA Latex; i.e.