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John Burn Introduce the Sprayomer Bio-Based Reusable Vacuum Bag

  • Monday, 7th November 2011
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 John Burns have instroduced the Sprayomer Bio-Based Reusable Vacuum Bag which they say provides a cost-effective “Green” solution over conventional vacuum bagging films.

According to John Burns, whether you work with polyester, vinylester or epoxy resins, the Sprayomer eliminates considerable waste stream associated with typical bagging films and systems and is a reliable, durable and environmental friendly solution.

They explain the benefitsare:

  • Eliminates consumables and resin waste
  • Gain control over bag bridging and wrinkles
  • Build seamless, netshape vacuum bags in any size or shape
  • Tear resistant bags are lightweight, durable and easy to handle
  • Silicone-free single component material, cleans up with distilled water.

 John Burn can be found on stand 432 at the Composites Engineering Show, 9th – 10th November at the NEC.


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