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10/1/2003

Low-HAP resins and gel coats

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Reduced-styrene marine resins and gel coats from AOC (Collierville, Tenn., U.S.A.) now include new MACT-compliant Hydropel G360LA Series marine gel coats (21 to 32 percent HAP content, depending on color), which exhibit outstanding physical properties and excellent resistance to blistering and weathering, yet

Reduced-styrene marine resins and gel coats from AOC (Collierville, Tenn., U.S.A.) now include new MACT-compliant Hydropel G360LA Series marine gel coats (21 to 32 percent HAP content, depending on color), which exhibit outstanding physical properties and excellent resistance to blistering and weathering, yet reportedly handle and process like conventional gel coats. New Hydropel G300 Series specialty gel coats each feature a characteristic that is targeted for specific requirements: Hydropel G315 exhibits high gloss in dark colors, Hydropel G320 emphasizes high resistance to resin tear and sagging, and Hydropel G308 accents high flexural properties. Select 239

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