New Non-Halogen Organophosphate Flame Retardant for UL V-0 Performance in Durable Applications
SACO AEI Polymers will be hosting its new ‘A Sustainable Future Webinar’ on Wednesday, March 24th, 2021 from 10-10:45 AM CST (3-3.45 PM GMT)
There are technical and legislative drivers that are forcing change in the flame-retardant product market. One solution is organophosphates. In this new Webinar, Saco AEI Polymers will be discussing a new product that has better stability and is more efficient than existing intumescent FRs in achieving UL V-0 performance in polyolefins.
- Flame retardant market changes in technical and legislative fields
- Organophosphates’ ability to provide FR properties
- Phlamoon 1090A benefits and advantages compared to existing commercial products
- 10 Minute Q&A Session
About the speakers
Mike McCormack, Business Unit Manager
As a Business Unit Manager, Mike and his team is responsible for sourcing and distributing high-value additives for the plastics industry. These include compatibilizers, surface modifiers, chain extenders, flame retardants, impact modifiers, coupling agents and scratch & mar resistance additives. Mike has spent most of his career in the chemical and plastic industry with roles in Marketing, Sales & Corporate Development in the Automotive, Wire & Cable, and Polymer Distribution markets. Mike has a BS in Chemical Engineering from Auburn University, received a Management Development Certificate from Case Western. He currently resides with his family in the Cleveland, Ohio area.
Cosimo Carfagna, Global Business Development Manager
Cosimo Carfagna joined SACO AEI Polymers in 2013, as Global Business Development Manager in the additives area. Main focus in his position is on business development with functional additives, flame retardants, masterbatches, and customized specialty solutions to compounders and converters. He previously worked for global polymers and additives manufacturers, in various assignments in Italy, the Netherlands and USA. Cosimo graduated in Chemical Engineering at the “Universita’ Federico II” in Naples, Italy, defending an experimental dissertation on Liquid Crystal Polymers, which was object of publications on scientific journals and received a national industry award. Later he held post-doc assignments at University of Naples, University of Salerno, and Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, before joining the Polymer Industry.
For questions and more information, contact:
Ayushi Gangwal | Technical Sales Engineer