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Solvay Launches VAC-PERF A2400

12 March 2019

Solvay announces the launch of VAC-PERF A2400, its next-generation high performance release film for wind energy applications.

VAC-PERF A2400’s compatibility with a wide range of resin systems from polyesters to next-gen epoxies, combined with high release properties makes it a true alternative to legacy release films which have now reached their performance limits.

VAC-PERF A2400 offers clear benefits to users including:

  • Maximised release properties - reduces tool cleaning operations.
  • Simplified peeling off process - saves time and cost.
  • Clean laminate - good surface finish without costly rework.
  • Usage flexibility - can be used for resin infusion and prepreg cures.  
  • Simplified inventory - one peel ply for a range of resins and applications.  
  • Available in width of up to 2 meters - lowers kitting costs with a 20% reduced assembly time capability.  
  • Available with various perforation types incl. P3, P16, P31.

VAC-PERF A2400 will now be used as part of Solvay’s VAC-PLY INFUPLY (combination product with infusion mesh/breather and release film), improving efficiencies further by enabling part manufacturers to focus on value added operations and industrialise their production.

Visit Solvay in Hall 5, Stand L41 at JEC World 2019.





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