Biresin® CR80

 

  • Tg ~ 90°C
  • modular standard system for infusion and injection processes with 4 hardeners
  • Uniform mixing ratio of 100:30 by weight
  • for a wide range of processing times
  • GL-approved

 

Application fields:
Production of large parts and tools in boat building, automotive industry, transportation and in the wind industry

Biresin® CR83

 

  • Tg ~83°C
  • extremely low viscosity of ~155 mPas
  • especially designed for vacuuminfusion processes at lower temperatures (15–18°C)
  • high impact resistance
  • low tendency of cristallization
  • GL approval with all 3 hardeners

 

Application fields:
Suitable for marine industry or for very large and/or complex parts, automotive industry, transportation and wind industry, sports and leisure goods

Biresin® CR120

 

  • Tg ~115°C
  • modular standard system for infusion and injection processes with 2 hardeners
  • Uniform mixing ratio of 100:30
  • with GL approval

 

Application fields:
Production of large parts and tools in boat building, automotive industry, transportation and wind industry

Biresin® CR131

 

Biresin CR131
with Biresin CH132-5 and Biresin CH132-7:

  • Tg ~136°C
  • hardeners can also be used for Biresin CR132
  • system can be used for fast injection and infusion

 

Biresin CR131
with Biresin CH135-4, Biresin CR135-8 and Biresin CR172-6:

  • Tg up to ~150°C (depends on used hardeners)
  • system can be used for fast injection and infusion

 

Application fields:

Biresin CR131 with Biresin CH132-5 and Biresin CH132-7:
Can be used for general industrial composites and in aviation industry


Biresin CR131 with Biresin CH135-4, Biresin CR135-8 and Biresin CR172-6:
Can be used for general industrial composites and composites mould making where a very high thermal resistance is needed

EPOLAM 2092

 

  • Tg ~225°C
  • high temperature resistant system for infusion and injection processes

 

Application fields:
Suitable for high heat resistant moulds e.g. in the aviation industry or prepreg tools and composite parts by the usual impregnation methods (infusion, wet-lay-up)