Polyvinylchloride (PVC)

This plastic, which is largely resistant to acids, oil and salt water, is frequently used today, especially in the construction industry for window frames, pipes, cables, floor coverings and roofing systems.

Smoke suppression

In contrast to most other plastics, the chlorine bound in PVC protects against ignition. Nevertheless, a fire causes considerable smoke emission. Modern additives from Budenheim suppress the development of such smoke in PVC, therefore helping to protect people and the environment.…  more