06 May 2012
06 May 2012
SCIGRIP has appointed Marineware as a key distributor, supplying the UK marine market with SCIGRIP’s most cutting edge toughened adhesive chemistries and bonding systems.
SCIGRIP say their Methacrylate products will be a key offering for Marineware thanks to the range’s sophisticated curing speeds that can be micro adjusted by ratio change.
SCIGRIP explain that they are now producing and supplying their 10:1 Methacrylate range of adhesives to European customers, previously only formulated in the US.
"We are delighted with this agreement. SCIGRIP’s adhesives will be a powerful addition to our product portfolio. Marineware can now offer our customers and production boatbuilders a truly comprehensive range of superior solutions that deliver high strength bonding in critical areas" remarked Dean Fuller, Marketing Manager, Marineware.
Marineware and SCIGRIP will be showcasing their capabilities at Seaworks 2012 exhibition, held in Southampton, UK, from 22nd – 24th May, at the Marineware stand B205.
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