PRO-SET laminating epoxies earn Lloyd's Register certification

Lloyd's Register marine certification has been gained for PRO-SET LAM epoxies 125, 224, 226, 229 and 237.

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West System International (Romsey, UK) reported on Jan. 27 that its PRO-SET laminating epoxy systems have received certification from Lloyd’s Register. The certification provides international recognition of the high standard of the epoxy systems and their suitability for marine construction.

The Lloyd’s Register certification has been gained for PRO-SET LAM epoxies 125, 224, 226, 229 and 237. The company says the range has recently been reformulated and expanded to better meet the demands of modern composite manufacturing. 

Gaining Lloyd’s certification is important for marine products as it is widely used as a selection benchmark by designers and engineers across the industry. Ian Oliver, managing director of Wessex Resins and Adhesives, says, “The certification service provided by the Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance ensures products maintain international safety, environmental and operational standards. We are, therefore, naturally delighted that the PRO-SET laminating epoxy system has been approved by Lloyd’s Register.”

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