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Vacuum Infusion Demonstrations at ICERP 2011

  • Tuesday, 1st March 2011
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At the forthcoming International Conference and Exhibition on Reinforced Plastics (ICERP), taking place in Mumbai, India from the 2nd – 4th March 2011, Magnum Venus Plastech (MVP) will be giving Flex Molding Process demonstrations on their stand.

They will be infusing a glass reinforced part using Scott Bader’s Crystic 702 PAX resin, which is a rapid cure pre-accelerated isophthalic polyester based resin developed for infusing larger FRP parts. Scott Bader also has a stand (B3/B4) at ICERP this year.

On the MVP stand (D10) will be their Flex Molding Process systems, designed for cost effective closed moulding of reinforced composite parts. During each demonstration, experts from MVP will be explaining the methodology and recommended techniques for successful vacuum infusion, with useful tips and advice on the importance of having high quality mould tools and how to avoid common production problems if one has limited experience of vacuum infusion. A Scott Bader technician will also be on the MVP stand to answer technical questions on their range of closed mould resins and Crystic matched tooling systems: gelcoat; VE skincoat and choice of standard or rapid cure tooling resin.

The vice president of international sales for MVP, Joan Tracy commented: “”MVP in the Middle East has a reputation for quality and service, which is why we are happy to be working with Scott Bader Middle East, who are regarded as a leading specialty resins supplier of closed mould resins, which are adapted for the harsher, seasonal climatic conditions typical in the Middle East, India and Africa””.

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