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Polynt Composites Introduce New Resin: Low-Styrene Content (LSC)

15 September 2015

Polynt Composites has succeeded in its Research & Development innovation efforts to develop and manufacture a new low-styrene resin formulation to meet the high technical requirements of the marine market and demand from customers.

Polynt explains, this new resin has been tested, approved and is now produced at industrial scale, it is ready-to-use in already existing industrial processes, so there is no need to adapt or change the standard industrial equipment. The LSC resin has a reduced styrene percentage and therefore limits styrene emissions, odours and exposure in the work atmosphere. This low-styrene emission resin is meeting the applicable European exposure legislation and provides the same technical performance and mechanical properties when compared to standard resins.





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