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    Badamid UL A703 GF20-35 FR HF

    Tel. 01425 403543

    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.

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    Toyolac ASA TA30 X02 Nat

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    Toyolac ASA TA30 X02 Nat (MFI 6)

    High Impact, high viscosity

    ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) is produced by introducing a grafted acrylate elastomer from BA (Butyl Acrylate) during copolymerisation reaction between Styrene and Acrylonitrile. ASA imparts excellent resistance to discoloration, embrittlement and degradation from ultraviolet (UV) sunlight, atmospheric oxygen and heat from processing compared to ABS. Because of these attributes, ASA is an ideal material for automotive industry as well as many other outdoor applications which require long term performance.

    Special features:

    • Excellent resistance to weathering & ageing.
    • Easy colouration.
    • Easy process-ability.
    • Good chemical resistance.
    • Thermally stable.
    • Durable & superior impact resistance.

    Classification Manufacturer Material Toray Toyolac ASA
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    Toyolac ASA TA10 X01 Nat

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    Toyolac ASA TA10 X01 Nat (MFI 17)

    Medium Impact, medium flow grade

    ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) is produced by introducing a grafted acrylate elastomer from BA (Butyl Acrylate) during copolymerisation reaction between Styrene and Acrylonitrile. ASA imparts excellent resistance to discoloration, embrittlement and degradation from ultraviolet (UV) sunlight, atmospheric oxygen and heat from processing compared to ABS. Because of these attributes, ASA is an ideal material for automotive industry as well as many other outdoor applications which require long term performance.

    Special features:

    • Excellent resistance to weathering & ageing.
    • Easy colouration.
    • Easy process-ability.
    • Good chemical resistance.
    • Thermally stable.
    • Durable & superior impact resistance.

    Classification Manufacturer Material Toray Toyolac ASA
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    Toyolac ASA TA50 X01 Nat

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    Toyolac ASA TA50 X01 Nat (MFI 43)

    High Flow grade

    ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) is produced by introducing a grafted acrylate elastomer from BA (Butyl Acrylate) during copolymerisation reaction between Styrene and Acrylonitrile. ASA imparts excellent resistance to discolouration, embrittlement and degradation from ultraviolet (UV) sunlight, atmospheric oxygen and heat from processing compared to ABS. Because of these attributes, ASA is an ideal material for automotive industry as well as many other outdoor applications which require long term performance.

    Special features:

    • Excellent resistance to weathering & ageing.
    • Easy colouration.
    • Easy process-ability.
    • Good chemical resistance.
    • Thermally stable.
    • Durable & superior impact resistance.

    Classification Manufacturer Material Toray Toyolac ASA