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8/24/2015

CAMX 2015 preview: Reichhold

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Reichhold (Durham, NC, US) will launch its new ADVALITE vinyl hybrid resins, available in styrene-free liquid and monomer-free hot melt prepreg versions.

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Reichhold (Durham, NC, US) will launch its new ADVALITE vinyl hybrid resins, available in styrene-free liquid and monomer-free hot melt prepreg versions. Both versions reportedly exhibit excellent mechanical properties with a rapid cure rate to reduce production cycle times. ADVALITE vinyl hybrid resins can be used in resin transfer molding (RTM), infusion, filament winding, liquid molding and pultrusion processes, directly coated or adhesive filmed for fiber impregnation.

In the conference, Reichhold's James A. Bono will present, “Vinyl Hybrid Snap Cure Resin Applications in Filament Winding, RTM and Prepreg Processes”; Samuel Freeman will present, “Studies on the Effect of Degree of Crosslinking of Vinyl/Acrylate Networks”; Anthony Skrobacki will present, “Mechanical and Thermal Analysis of Toughened Rubber-Modified Vinyl Ester”; and Hildeberto Nava will present, “Studies on the Reactivity of 1, 2-Vinyl Containing Liquid Rubbers in a Rubber Modified Vinyl Ester.”

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