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Scott Bader Gains Daimler Group Supplier Approval for Advanced Composite Materials and Structural Adhesives

Scott Bader Gains Daimler Group Supplier Approval for Advanced Composite Materials and Structural Adhesives

  • Tuesday, 24th March 2015
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Scott Bader has recently become an approved composites materials supplier of moulding and structural adhesive products to all production facilities around the world which make up the Daimler AG Group of manufacturing companies: Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, and Daimler Buses.

According to Scott Bader, approved FRP lamination products supplied include its ‘ultra-low styrene content’ CrysticEcogel S1PA spray gelcoat to help reduce styrene emission levels in Daimler factories without any loss of end use application performance. Closed mould grades of Crystic unsaturated polyester resins are also supplied to the Daimler AG Group and approved subcontract convertors fabricating composite vehicle parts.

Scott Bader explains that within Daimler Trucks, Crestabond M1-05 primer less methacrylate structural adhesive is now specified for a variety of HGV applications. This includes M1-05 being used to bond ABS to ABS and ABS to aluminium components together as part of the assembly process used to fabricate the sleeping bunk in the driver’s cab of Freightliner Trucks in North America. It says that the bonding of these ABS and aluminium bunk parts with Crestabond M1-05 is carried out by a local subcontract thermoforming specialist, which supplies assembled bunks to the Freightliner Trucks Saltillo assembly plant in Mexico, where the bunks are installed on the truck cabin production line.

Photo provided by Scott Bader.

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