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Metyx and Scott Bader Team up to Promote Composites in Turkey

07 January 2007

Scott Bader has conducted a full day seminar and demonstrations at the new Metyx plant in Istanbul.

The participants gained in-depth knowledge of marine and automotive grade products of Scott Bader and Metyx. Highlights of the seminar were Crestomer structural adhesives, infusion, and RTM specific resins as well as Metycore range reinforcements for closed moulding applications.

There were also two new products introduced at the seminar. The first was Moldguard by Scott Bader, a brush type gel coat which can be applied on the mould surface for the protection of non-active moulds that need to be stored outdoors. The second new product was RST-5 by Mulder-Hardenberg, a water-based cleaner which Metyx says replaces acetone in nearly all FRP production methods.






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