Phosphorus compounds

Diammonium phosphate (DAP) and bromine-phosphorus coatings are both used in a variety of industrial and commercial applications.

Diammonium phosphate (DAP) is a type of fertilizer that is commonly used in agriculture. It is made from two forms of nitrogen (ammonium and nitrate) and phosphoric acid. It is a good source of both nitrogen and phosphorous, which are essential nutrients for plant growth.

Bromine-phosphorus coatings, also known as phosphorus-bromine coatings, are flame retardant coatings that are used in a variety of applications. They are commonly used in the manufacturing of electrical and electronic equipment, as well as in building and construction materials. These coatings are able to inhibit the combustion of materials by releasing bromine and phosphorus when exposed to high heat, which helps to suppress the flame and smoke.

It’s worth noting that both DAP and bromine-phosphorus coatings have specific regulations to be followed depending on the country and application. It’s important to comply with the regulations and guidelines to ensure the safe and proper use of these materials.

Many binders, compounds, adhesives and coatings of Intercol are compatible with fire retardant, Phsophorus substances.

Overview of PVAC, VAE and Acrylate dispersions polymer binders