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How Flame Retardants Protect Wood

Wood, that principally consists of polysaccharide, lignin, and hemicellulose, catches fire easily and burns vigorously with flame. As wood is employed in furniture, home decoration, and building mater…

School Fire Safety

School fire safety is to educate our children and youth on security issues and raise awareness about the dangers and consequences of fires. The school administrator should create a workshop for the te…

How Flame Retardants Work

Flame retardants are used to coat items such as fabric, building materials, and other flammable substrates, a flame retardant can be an incredibly valuable tool in preventing the devastating effects o…