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ICL-IP develops TexFRon sustainable FR line for textile industry
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Nov '10
ICL Industrial Products (ICL-IP) announced the launch of TexFRon product line, next-generation flame retardants developed to provide a sustainable textile fire safety solution. The TexFRon product line's efficiency reduces the textile end-product chemical footprint.

TexFRon products are water-based dispersions designed to meet stringent flame retardant requirements for a broad range of fabric finishes. Pre-launch field testing has confirmed that TexFRon product line is sustainable and durable, even after many washing cycles.

The TexFRon series includes four separate products:

TexFRon 9025 and TexFRon 9020: flame retardancy solutions for soak-and-wash-durable FR coating and back-coating formulations.

TexFRon P and TexFRon P+: flame retardancy solutions based on acrylic co-polymer emulsions with chemically-bound bromine. Designed to enable textile formulators and finishers to produce FR cotton, polyester and cotton/polyester fabrics durable up to 50 laundry cycles.

ICL-IP Industrial Products is one of ICL's three operating segments. It produces bromine, magnesia and chlorine from Dead Sea brines, and manufactures and markets a range of compounds, including a large variety of flame retardants, bromides for industry, agriculture and water treatment products, as well as a range of magnesia products, phosphorous and chlorine-based products for numerous uses.

ICL Industrial Products (ICL-IP)


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