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Airtech Introduces Sprayable Multi-Bag Kit and Cartridge

19 June 2007

A new sprayable bag kit has been introduced by Airtech to replace the discontinued brush bag kit as a quicker and cleaner way to create a reusable silicone vacuum bag.

The sprayable multi-bag is a low viscosity paste and is designed for use with reinforcing materials to provide extra strength and durability. The ingredients will cure in thick sections and can be used on larger parts such as large boats, automobiles etc. The 750ml Cartridge is replaceable.





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