Scott Bader North America (SBNA) will be exhibiting a range of its products at CAMX 2016 from 27-29 September in Anaheim, California, USA.
On show will be its materials for manufacturing composite components including gelcoats, resins for producing lightweight and fire rated glass and carbon FRP parts, a range of structural adhesives suitable for bonding a range of substrates, core bonding compounds and gap-filling bonding pastes and matched tooling systems for plug and mold making.
Scott Bader will also be showcasing two new products at CAMX: Crestabond M1-02, with a sub-three minute fixture time, aimed at higher volume assembly of metal, plastic and composite components, and Crestabond PP-04, a 1:1 mix ratio grade developed for rapidly bonding low surface energy thermoplastics, including polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene (PE).
Also featured will be the company’s range of Crestomer urethane acrylate structural adhesives, used primarily for bonding large GRP composite parts together in marine and building applications, plus the range of Poly-Bond and Crystic repair, gap-filling and general purpose bonding compounds, with grade options suitable for bonding both polyester and vinyl ester fiberglass parts.
Scott Bader advanced materials on display during CAMX will be marine approved and fire retardant (FR) Crystic gelcoat grades, plus the range of Crestapol methacrylate-based thermosetting resins, available with grade options compatible with glass, carbon and aramid fibers that can be processed by hand lay-up, infusion, RTM and pultrusion.
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