COMPOSITES

COMPOSITES

Composite materials have the following characteristics:

  • they consist of two or more materials of different kinds;
  • almost two of these materials have different physical properties “sufficiently” different from one another,  to impart different properties to the composite from those of the constituents.

To obtain a composite with high mechanical resistance is essential, in addition to the use of fiber-resistant, ensuring good adhesion between the matrix and the reinforcement.

The reinforcements used in polymer matrix composites are glass, carbon and fibers.

There are several production process of composite materials . The most popular are:

  1. manual drafting
  2. resin transfer molding (RTM)
  3. filament winding
  4. pultrusion
  5. vacuum infusion
  6. centrifugal casting
  7. SMC / BMC molding
  8. autoclave molding

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COMPOSITES
  • > GRAVICOL
  • > With fiber
  • > Without fiber

Bonding Pastes

COMPOSITES
  • > THERMACLEAN

Cleaning Agents

COMPOSITES
  • > Aircraft homologate
  • > BMC Arc ablation
  • > BMC Chemical resistance
  • > BMC Conductive
  • > BMC Fire retardancy
  • . . .

Compounds

COMPOSITES
  • > ARMORCOTE
  • > ARMORFLEX
  • > ARMORGUARD
  • > BATHCOTE
  • > EPOVIA
  • . . .

Gelcoats

COMPOSITES
  • > Low profile and low shrink additives
  • > Tooling System

Low profile, low shrink additives and tooling system

COMPOSITES
  • > BR ORTHO
  • > DCPD
  • > ISO
  • > ISO FLAME RETARDANT
  • > ISO-DCPD
  • . . .

UPR

COMPOSITES
  • > BR VINYL ESTER
  • > TOUGHENED VINYLESTER
  • > VE - DCPD
  • > VE - ORTHO
  • > VINYLESTER

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