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Advanced Engineering 2019

Scott Bader Announces Webinar on New Crestafire FST Intumescent Gelcoat and Resin System for Rail

20 March 2019

Scott Bader will be hosting a free webinar on 11 April at 2.00 pm (GMT) looking at their new Crestafire intumescent gelcoat and resin system for rail that meets European and global FST standards.

The webinar will last an hour during which participants will learn more about Scott Bader and its innovative Crestafire FST range including customer case studies of the system in action. The webinar will conclude with an interactive questions and answers session.

Neil Gray, Scott Bader’s Global Market Manager for Fire, Smoke & Toxic fume (FST) performance products is the presenter. Neil has worked in the chemical industry for over 20 years, initially in several composites R&D roles. He then moved into technical business development where his team developed Scott Bader’s Crestapol Urethane acrylate high performance resin business. Today, Neil leads Scott Bader's FST business globally, with a key focus on higher performance and more sustainable FST systems.

To join Neil for this webinar, please register at: https://scottbader.clickmeeting.com/871648955/register





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