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BUDIT® 667

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Budenheim
BUDIT® 667 by Budenheim is a halogen-free, flame retardant. It is a white, stable powder which decomposes at temperatures above 280 °C. Due to its high phosphate and nitrogen content, it acts as an intumescent flame retardant mainly in the solid phase. Polymer ignition and smoldering are prevented by the formation of char and the release of inert gases. When subjected to heat, polymers containing BUDIT® 667 form a protective layer, preventing the access of oxygen to the substrate. This also prevents further polymer combustion and flame propagation. Alkaline fillers such as Mg(OH)2 and Al(OH)3 are antagonistic and reduce the formation of the protective intumescent layer. Alkaline fillers should be avoided in combination with this additive. It can be used in formulation with a wide range of inert filler materials, such as glass fibers and TiO2.
Product Type
Flame Retardants / Smoke Suppressants > Melamine Compounds
Chemical Composition
Melamine compound
Physical Form
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