Color concentrate carriers and other additives are known to adversely affect flammability, thermal, and other property characteristics measured in UL 94 and UL 746. Join Scott Murdock and George Fechtmann of UL as they explain the relationship between the UL Yellow Card (QMFZ2/8) and the UL Color Concentrate (QMQS2) files. Learn how Prospector’s new UL Color Concentrate Search makes the material selection process easy to find approved colorants and resins for the most demanding requirements.
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