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Article Dans Une Revue Plasma Processes and Polymers Année : 2022

Effect of a thin organosilicon layer prepared by atmospheric pressure plasma on wood flame retardancy

Jacopo Profili
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Williams Caceres‐ferreira
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Emanuele V. Falzacappa
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Paolo Scopece
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Gaétan Laroche
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Véronic Landry
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In a high-rise building, due to the risk of flame spread and strict regulations associated, wood use is limited for interior finishes. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of a thin organosilicon layer (similar to 500 nm) prepared by atmospheric pressure plasma on the fire behavior of a wood substrate. The coating was deposited from hexamethyldisiloxane in argon on both untreated wood and wood with a preparatory coating of primer. The primer reduces the presence of cracks in the plasma layer and ensures more homogenous coverage of the substrates. Finally, the flame retardancy analysis highlights an improvement in fire behavior only when the primer is used. Our study suggests that plasma thin deposition has a synergic effect with primer to fireproof wood.
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hal-03921702 , version 1 (04-01-2023)

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Marie Soula, Jacopo Profili, Williams Caceres‐ferreira, Fabienne Samyn, Sophie Duquesne, et al.. Effect of a thin organosilicon layer prepared by atmospheric pressure plasma on wood flame retardancy. Plasma Processes and Polymers, 2022, Plasma Processes and Polymers, 19 (11), pp.2200051. ⟨10.1002/ppap.202200051⟩. ⟨hal-03921702⟩
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