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Fast Curing Epoxy Composites for Lightweight Design

26 March 2010

Dow Automotive Systems has introduced Synexa ultra fast curing epoxy composites, designed enable cycle times as low as 10 minutes.

Dow is working to establish Synexa carbon fibre reinforced epoxy systems in the passenger car industry in order to respond to requirements from OEMs who are actively looking into composite solutions. For the introduction of epoxy carbon fibre reinforced structural parts in this sector, Dow is working to drive curing times to under five minutes.






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