12 February 2010
12 February 2010
The resins contain both post-consumer recycled material and rapidly renewable material and contribute to LEED points according to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
These Silmar brand resins are reported to have excellent thermal shock performance, consistent colour, strong cure properties and a resistance to cracking during fabrication. Interplastic say that this series of green resins are particularly suited to new construction, remodeling, and other cast polymer applications.
“These products provide our customers the ability to place green cast polymer marble, solid surface and engineered stone in the hands of builders and architects. Having cast surfaces that can be LEED Certified is a plus that will pull in valuable business” explains Daryl Francis, Business Manager, Marble/Casting Products.
SIL90BA-220ECO is an unsaturated polyester resin designed for general purpose cast marble applications that has 5.5% rapidly renewable content and 15% post-consumer recycled. SIL93BE-330ECO is an unsaturated polyester resin designed for solid surface applications, is acrylic modified and contains UV stabilizers. This resin has 5.5% rapidly renewable content and 15% post-consumer recycled.
SIL90BA-585ECO is an unsaturated polyester resin based on Silmar’s trademark “585” cast marble product line applications. The rapidly renewable content for this resin is 26%.
The MIA is delighted to support ‘Composites in Motorsport’, a 2-day conference organised by NetComposites, which will look at the innovative use of composites within our industry and future applications of composite solutions within motorsport.
Shape provides accurate CNC machined patterns and Rohacell foams to support the manufacture of the carbon composite structures used on their 2019 car that is due to compete at Silverstone on 19 July 2019.
COBRA International is collaborating with Flite, the Australian-based electric foiling surfboard manufacturer, on Fliteboard and Fliteboard PRO – two state of the art, electric foiling composite surfboards that reach speeds of up to 45kmh.