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DSM Composite Resins Wins AVK Environment Award

06 October 2008

DSM Composite Resins received the environment prize at the AVK innovation awards for its new resin system Palapreg Premium.

The award was presented at the AVK Conference for reinforced plastics that took place on September 22 & 23 in Essen, Germany.

DSM Composite Resins put forward Palapreg Premium - a new resin system for the Class A exterior SMC-BMC applications in the Automotive Industry - for the environment section of the innovation awards,. The product is intended to set a new industry standard, lowering total emissions of the SMC application by a factor of 10 down to around 100ppm, according to VDA 278.

This results in a resin system which DSM says offers environmental benefits, lowered manufacture costs, and vastly improved quality for the application in SMC-BMC exterior panels. Palapreg Premium also results in improved surface finish and is online-paintable.

Palapreg Premium was developed together with the support from the University of Applied Sciences in Münster, Germany and with Pergan GmbH, the peroxide company.






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