Epoxies for Impregnation
Wet laminating (wet lay-up) is a widely used technique for making composite parts. Wet lay-up usually involves impregnation of dry reinforcement with a low viscosity thermosetting resin.
Laminating resins are generally two-part thermosetting systems (Part A resin/Part B curing agent) which have the necessary viscosity and wetting characteristics for impregnation of dry reinforcement. These resins require thorough mixing of the two parts before lamination. The selection of the laminating resin depends on the mixing technique and method of resin application, cure process (heat or ambient) and rate, and desired final properties.
We give the market a full solution with laminating resins and adhesives combined with advance SMARTM machine for challenging requirements (High volume with a high production rate).
We adjust our laminating resins to conform the client request like open time, compressive strength or peel strength as well as the viscosity and the required working temperature.
Epoxy based wet laminating resins
Storage: Store products at 18-30°C for maximum shelf life.
Packaging: Packaging sizes are available from 1L to 25L containers.
Shelf Life: These products have a shelf life of 12 months in unopened original containers.
Limitation of Liability: Except where prohibited by law, Polymer-G and seller will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from the Polymer-G product, whether direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential, regardless of the legal theory asserted, including warranty, contract, negligence or strict liability.