Bio-based prepregs

Bio-chemical specialist Elmira has released a range of bio-based prepregs, available with a selection of E-glass and carbon reinforcements along with naturally derived fiber alternatives.

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Bio-chemical specialist Elmira (London, U.K.) has released a range of prepregs that feature bio-based resins, available with a selection of reinforcements, including carbon fiber, E-glass fiber and naturally derived fiber alternatives. These materials are suitable for a range of processes and curing requirements, exhibiting good resin flow and cured-laminate quality. The company claims the materials provide curing characteristics and, in postcure use, thermal stability and mechanical performance comparable to conventional epoxy-based prepregs, and they also impart increased impact strength along with better water and chemical resistance.

 

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