03 October 2005
03 October 2005
The Airtech Group have launched a new website specifically developed for users of the resin infusion process and those wishing to learn more about the process.
Airetch hope that technicians, engineers, buyers and managers will find the www.resininfusion.com website a useful resource, with technical data and practical information on the resin infusion process for the production of composite tools and parts. Step by step, pictorial guides along with technical data and recommendations on materials selection, offer a broad overview for those new to the processing technique and in depth technical information as required.
www.resininfusion.com is the home of Airtech’s Toolfusion & Infusiontech infusion resins for out of autoclave manufacture of composite laminates for tooling and components. Their use is shown in detail for a wide variety of applications including aerospace, UAV, automotive, marine and wind energy.
www.resininfusion.com is also the home of the extensive range of Airtech manufactured vacuum bag consumables for the resin infusion process, including : vacuum bagging film, silicone rubber vacuum bag (brush on), peel plies (natural or coated), sealant tape, dry fibreglass or graphite tacifiers, release films, resin distribution medium, resin flow tubes, channels, vacuum pot, gages, regulators, cutting shears.
Promotional offer – visitors to www.resininfusion.com can take advantage of the special launch discount on the Airtech Resin Infusion Starter Kit. The Resin Infusion Starter Kit is a starting point for a company or an individual wanting to give resin infusion a try. The kit comes with reusable hardware items and a hands on training video which aids in training employees as well as a reference to return to. The kit has all the necessary materials to test different resin systems, core and fibres.
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