15 September 2015
15 September 2015
VELOX Composites has partnered with AB-Polymerchemie, starting on the 1st of August 2015, to supply its poly-acrylic products in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
According to VELOX, this poly-acrylic product range is styrene, MMA, solvent free and yet not water-based. VELOX claims that it shows outstanding characteristics, for example, the gelcoat AB-PAC 6680 has properties far superior to the styrene ISO/NPG gelcoats currently on the market. This product is especially built for applications that demand high performance properties including the sanitary and the marine market.
Jürgen H. Aurer, VELOX Composites Managing Director, says, “We are proud to add AB-Polymerchemie’s product range to our portfolio offering one of the most innovative products on the market. Among other products, we will offer the styrene-free high-tech gelcoat AB-PAC 6680 which shows great results and has excellent weather-, UV-resistance and a high gloss. We are also concerned to offer environmental and user friendly products as it is in this range having zero emission meaning zero environmental impact.”
Joachim Hachmeister, AB-Polymerchemie Managing Director says, “We are pleased to have found a business-partner that shares our philosophy of offering products to the market that go beyond legislation in environmental- and user-friendliness.”
VELOX will be exhibiting in Hall 3, Stand A20.
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