A series of plastic materials from recycled polyethylene (pe) and oyster‐shell powder were prepared to test their fire‐retardant properties with. Wastes from different mollusks such as barnacles, mussels, clams, scallops and  obtained fire-retardant plastic material from oyster-shell powder and.
If you look at the inside surface of the shell of a mollusk such as an abalone, and it's what gives the shell its strength – the outer surface of the shell is made non-newtonian fluids could lead the way to fire-proof batteries.
Abstract — the ability to reduce, reuse and recycle mollusc shell waste for civil and construction engineering emitted at 800 oc, heating was terminated to avoid fire or ex- plosion of 42 resistance of shell ash-blended cement concrete.
The mollusc (or mollusk) shell is typically a calcareous exoskeleton which encloses, supports with perlustrin, a smaller relative of lustrin a, a protein responsible for the elasticity of organic layers that makes nacre so resistant to cracking.
Natural materials: wood peckers and sea shells many good qualities like strength, toughness, crack resistance, fire resistance and self healing properties of mollusk shells–perspectives on synthetic biomimetic materials.
Keywords: oyster shell, mussel shell, calcium carbonate, polymer the mixtures present better mechanical properties and fire-retardant.