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What are the regulatory standards for halogens?


What are the regulatory standards for halogens?

The main regulatory limits for Halogen Free are as follows. The purpose is to limit the content of chlorine (Cl) and bromine (Br). Achieve the goal of eliminating the use of halogen flame retardants such as PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride). To reduce the environmental hazard released during the flame retardant process.

 

standard

Halogen limit

IEC-61249-2-21

JPCA-ES-01-1999

Br<900ppm

Cl<900ppm

IPC-4101B

JPCA-ES-01-2003

Cl+Br<1500ppm

Note: Limiting halogen flame retardants also directly affects the material's ability to meet flame retardant specifications (eg UL-94).