CS Cheimcal Test Methods

Flame Retardant Test

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CS Chemical Test Methods

Flame Retardant Test

Flame Retardant is the property of slowing down the ignition and lowering the expansion of combustion. Currently, CSCM is being tested in accordance with MS300-08, a standard for combustion of automotive interior materials.

Testing Procedure

Test specimen
Test specimen
The test piece shall be 100 mm wide, 350 mm long, thickness is the thickness of the part collect or manufacture five. However, if the thickness of the part is more than 12 mm, cut evenly to 12 mm.
Test specimen
Test plate
Test plate
(1) Test piece State: Leave for at least 24 hours under conditions of 16 to 21 °C and 55 ± 5 % relative humidity.
high temperature condition: Leave for 168 hours in a drying furnace with a temperature of 80 ± 3 °C.

(2) A laboratory Conduct the test under conditions of 16 to 21 °C and 55 ± 5 per cent relative humidity.
Test plate
Testing method
Testing method
1) Insert the end of the test piece and the opening of the test fixture exactly. The test specimen faces downward so that the surface on the inner side of the passenger compartment is in contact with the flame of the BUNSEEN BURNER.

2) If the test specimen attached to the test fixture is horizontal and the BUNSEEN BURNER is installed in the combustion test device, install the BUNSEEN BURNER discharge tube on the support in the center of the combustion test device so that the center of the test specimen is 19 mm below the center of the test specimen.

3) With the air inlet closed, place the BUNSEN BURNER in a horizontal position and ignite it so that the flame height is 38 mm from the end of the discharge tube with the gas control valve.

4) Allow the flame of the BUNSEN BURNER to touch the test specimen for 15 seconds, then immediately turn off the flame of the BUNSEN BURNER.

5) When combustion reaches 38 mm (A position) from the end of the test piece, start the time measurement and measure the time required to reach 254 mm (B position) from A.

6) However, if combustion does not reach the B mark, measure the combustion time and the length of combustion to the position where combustion progresses.

7) The combustion gases in the test tank are vented for each test and adjusted to the condition.
Testing method
Result
Result
The burning velocity is calculated in accordance with the following formula.
B=D/T X 60
B: Burning velocity(mm/min), D : burn length(mm), T: burning time (second)
Result