09 April 2007
09 April 2007
Innovative new products developed by Scott Bader are being showcased at The JEC Composites Show in Paris at the beginning of April. The five new products being shown cover a variety of markets and application areas.
Crystic Mouldguard, an easy to apply removable overcoating, specially designed to protect composite or steel moulds when they are not being used in production. Moulds can be back in production in 1/10th of the time it would take if they had not been protected. It can be removed in one piece and can be disposed of easily.
Crystic LS30PA, a new filled pre-accelerated ISO/NPG marine spray gelcoat for use above and below the waterline. It has demonstrated excellent weathering characteristics during extended exposure tests in Florida, with gloss retention, colour fastness and resistance to yellowing all proving to be highly superior to competitive products.
Crystic Crestacoat 5000PA, a new barriercoat for the ultimate mirror like gelcoat surface finish when used as a matched system behind a Crystic gelcoat and with Crystic VE679 skincoat for the ultimate in aesthetics with proven blistering resistance. It is extremely lightweight and can be sprayed or brush applied.
Crystic 344A, a filled fire retardant ISO resin system, which has passed IMO, Building BS 476 and BS 6853/ Epiradiateur M1, F0 for over and underground train approvals. It is easy to apply, making it a suitable fiberglass composite product for interior and exterior applications, where a phenolic resin may have been specified in the past.
Crystic Crestapol 1210 / 1220 / 1230 - a new range of hybrid high performance resins offering designers alternative products to more traditional acrylic and epoxy thermoset materials which can be manufactured by closed mould, hand-lay and pultrusion, for a variety of applications in building & construction, transportation and marine. Scott Bader will be at JEC stand no. E42.
The combination of MSP’s NC-Checker and NC-PerfectPart software with Renishaw’s leading probing technology, is delivering significant cost and time savings for Quickstep Technologies’ composite manufacturing processes.
Graphene nanotubes are no longer merely a curiosity – they are becoming a mainstream conductive additive. This technology is helping to create new business opportunities in various industries, including the PVC plastisol market.
More than 400 delegates from 22 countries gathered in Shanghai, China, for the 2018 Nanoaugmented Materials Summit (NAUM) to explore the applications for graphene nanotubes (also known as single wall carbon nanotubes).