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8/30/2016

CAMX 2016 preview: Sicomin Epoxy Systems

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Sicomin Epoxy Systems (Marseille, France) a formulator and supplier of high-performance epoxy systems and advanced composite materials, is presenting GreenPoxy, its range of bio-based epoxy resins.

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Sicomin Epoxy Systems (Marseille, France) a formulator and supplier of high-performance epoxy systems and advanced composite materials, is presenting GreenPoxy, its range of bio-based epoxy resins. With a carbon content ranging from 28% to 51%, the highest on the market tested in accordance with ASTM D6866, Sicomin offers the largest choice of bio-systems that can be used for hand-laminating, infusion, pultrusion, filament winding and high-pressure resin transfer molding (HP-RTM). GreenPoxy is typically applied in the sport and leisure markets, where its appreciated for its clarity and mechanical performance. 

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