Keeping Fire in Check in Transport
An introduction to flame retardants used in Transport.
This brochure, the last in its series, has been compiled to provide an overview of the flame retardant systems used in the transport industry. It presents solutions for cables, electric and electronic applications, seats and interior parts as well as high-performance mechanical parts amongst others.
Keeping Fire in Check in Building and Construction
An introduction to flame retardants used in Building and Construction applications.
This brochure has been compiled to provide an overview of the flame retardant systems used in building and construction applications, ranging from insulation composites for floors, roofs and walls; to paints, sealants, coatings and much more.
Keeping Fire in Check in Upholstered Furnitures and Textiles
An introduction to flame retardants used in Upholstered Furniture and Textile applications.
This brochure gives an overview of the main flame retardant systems used in upholstered furnitures and textiles aimed at rendering modern houses furnitures such as beds, amrchairs, curtains, more fire safe.
Keeping Fire in Check in Electrical and Electronic Devices
We feel there is a need to bring more clarity and transparency to the use of flame retardants. In this brochure gives an overview of the main flame retardant systems used in electronic and electrical devices, and how the different systems are effectively deployed to prevent fire in E&E components, including printed wiring boards, wires and cables, connectors and enclosures.
Flame Retardants for a Changing Society
A broad overview about the variety of flame retardants usages in everyday life, and their contribution to the tremendous evolutions of consumer products, including electrical and electronic devices, textiles, furniture, construction products or personal and public transports over the past decades.
Home Fire Safety Website
This website provides home fire safety tips and explanations on the most common fire risks in European dwellings. It has been jointly developed by EFRA (European Flame Retardants Association), GTFI (French Technical Group for Fire Protection), the French Association of Fire Victims (Association des Brûlés de France), EFA (European Fire Academy) and EBCA (European Burn Casualties Association).