(Rhodia) -- Rhodia is announcing a new halogen-free range of flame retarded Technyl polyamides, dedicated to highly-demanding photovoltaic (PV) component applications.
Photovoltaic components have to perform consistently at the highest level over a wide range of temperatures and weather conditions. These products also have to fulfill extremely difficult worldwide safety standards. Rhodia's new Technyl flame-retarded (FR) range offers a solution that fully meets the technical, processing, regulatory and cost-performance requirements necessary for PV component manufacture.
⌠In addition to highly demanding certifications, our halogen-free Technyl FR grades provide the essential safety and environmental care requirements obligatory to major players in the field of renewable energy⌠, comments Dr. James Mitchell, Business Development Manager at Rhodia.
Rhodia is a world leader in the development and production of specialty chemicals. Rhodia leads the world in the production of mild amphoteric surfactants, phosphorus chemistry and guars and derivatives, as well as in high-performance silicas, rare earth-based formulations and diphenols. The company is number two in polyamides and the number three producer of cellulose acetate tow.