Sika Advanced Resins US

30800 Stephenson Hwy.
Madison Heights, MI 48071 US


ProInfusion Epoxy Infusion System

ProInfusion, SikaAxson's new epoxy Infusion System,is offered with a choice of 4 hardeners: 3 for room temperature and 1 for high temperature applications, and enables the mixing and matching of the hardeners to tailor the reactivity and Tg to the needs of the specific project. Uniform mixing ratio (all 3:1, by volume) allows easy blending of the hardeners for a pot life tailored to the part being produced and extends the system's usable temperature range. ProInfusion is perfect for most infusion and VARTM projects, as well as for marine applications.  

A Message from Sika Advanced Resins US

PFR-405 Fire-Retardant Styrene-Free Polyester Filler

Sika Advanced Resins US is excited to announce the release of PFR-405: our new, fire-retardant (FAR 25.853a), high temperature resistant, lightweight, and styrene-free polyester filler.

PX 523 Transparent and Crystal Clear Polyurethane System

Sika Advanced Resins US is proud to introduce PX 523 - our newly developed Polyurethane Casting System for transparent prototypes and crystal clear glass-like parts.

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Product Categories of Sika Advanced Resins US

Backup structures
Colorant, pigments
E-Glass, Other
Epoxy, 250 F cure
Epoxy, 350 F cure
Epoxy, Paste
Epoxy, toughened
Fairing compounds (formerly paste systems)
Filler paste
Flame retardant
Flexible mold materials
Honeycomb, aluminum
Laminate panels, with core
Laminate sheets, solid
Master pattern material, other
Master pattern material, polymeric
Milled glass fiber
Other composite structures
Other gel coats
Other thermosets
Other tools/tooling materials
Other, Paste
Release agents, liquid
Release agents, waxes
Resin injection
RTM/resin infusion
Syntactic core, nonexpanding
Thickening agents
Toughening agents
Unsaturated polyester
Unsaturated polyester, bisphenol A fumerate
Urethane, Paste
Vacuum bagging materials, other