Badamid UL A703 GF20-35 FR HF

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UL listed meeting f1 and f2

The importance of public transport by train, metro or tram is becoming more and more important due to continuously growing cities worldwide. As a consequence, demands on plastics for railway applications are increasing, too. Great importance is attached to maximum possible fire protection owing to the increasing number of passengers.
The harmonised standard EN 45545-2 defines different hazard levels depending on the requirements on and hazard potential of the respective application. Hazard level 3 (HL3) represents the highest performance category. Supply lines and high voltage components are subject to risk phrase R22 (indoors) and R23 (outside). Here, the use of halogen-free, fire retardant polyamides has become mostly prevalent.
Bada AG has got a broad portfolio of reinforced and unreinforced polyamides specifically adapted for the railway sector that all fully meet the requirements of HL3. These materials are future-proof as they significantly fall below the required limit values even if the legislator will further tighten them.

Product Description

High-tensile, halogen-free, flame retardant PA66, reinforced with glass fibres

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