Finding the exact material that you need to meet your specifications can be challenging. With the multitude of options available – such as side-weld, perforated, flame retardant and VCI – it can be overwhelming for the average buyer to weigh the benefits of every variation. Thankfully, Marshall Plastic Film is equipped to assist you in making an informed decision. With our laboratory services, we offer extensive, on-site testing capabilities that can make your decision simple. In this post, we’re going to talk about what we offer and, more importantly, how we can help.
Flame retardant plastic film use has been steadily increasing since its development. It is made by combining a retardant with polymers which will help resist ignition, suppress smoke, decrease the spread of flames, and stop the polymer in the plastic film from dripping. There are currently two common types of flame retardant additives: halogenated and non-halogenated.