Bada AG set a new benchmark for halogen-free flame-retardant polyamides on the plastics market with two newly developed products Badamid C70 FR HF HH and Badamid BA70 FR HF HH. Both materials captivate with an outstanding technical property profile combined with flame retardance and short cycle times in the injection moulding process.
Both material types are flame-protected according to UL94 V-0 up to a wall thickness of 0.4mm and achieve highest RTI values up to 130°C.
Bada AG has added their well-established products Badamid UL A703 GF(XY) FR HF und Badalac UL ABS 30 FR01 listed with 5VA according to UL94 to the existing Yellow Card. With this additional listing, now it is also possible to use both materials for covers and housings that are positioned in the direct vicinity of electronic contacts. Furthermore, the minimal wall thickness of 0.75 mm has been listed for Badalac UL ABS 30 FR01 enabling thinner wall thicknesses to be produced with this material, too. The new product can be coloured much better and has been further optimized with regard to its mechanical characteristics.
The materials mentioned above are topped off with the product group Badaflex UL TPE-S 40-90A FR01. This is a flame-protected soft plastic based on SEBS with a Shore-A range of 40° to 90°. Like the materials mentioned above, it is listed with UL94-V0 up to a wall thickness of 0.4mm, which makes it the ideal material for thin walled parts like gaskets that are supposed to have flame-retardant properties. We would like to highlight that Badaflex UL TPE-S 40-90A FR01 can easily be processed by injection moulding and coloured in a broad range of colours.
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