Fiberglass & Resin

a lightweight, extremely strong and robust material, and is used for many products. A composite material, meaning that it's comprised of two (or more) different materials mixed together. Typically, fiberglass consists of a matrix of glass fiber, saturated with a polymer resin. The glass fiber has good tensile strength, but is flexible (like cloth). The resin locks the glass fibers in place, to keep them rigid. The end result is a strong, relatively lightweight compound, that is resistant to moisture and chemicals.
Stop Sag A Thixotropic agent used in the polyester resin, rubber, paint and ink industries to reduce prevent the settling of fillers and pigments. Paint and resin sag is minimized when applied on vertical surfaces. Stop sag is used in the rubber industry to decrease product weight. Use up to 3% by resin weight. Sold in 100gm., 1kg and 10kg.
Catalyst or Hardener Polymer Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide (MEKP)The most popular type of hardener because of its economy and ease of use. Mix thoroughly into pre-mixed resin 1-3% by resin weight.
Fiber Matt The most popular type of fiberglass reinforcement is used in virtually all Fiberglass reinforced plastic. Planes, trains, cars, and trucks use fiberglass. In the industrial sector, tanks (chemical, underground, wastewater), vases, corrugated and flat sheets, flower boxes are manufactured using fiberglass. Available in CM 200 (also used for water-proofing), CM 225, CM 300, CM450, and CM 600.

Common uses of fiberglass include high performance aircraft (gliders), boats, automobiles, bath tubs and enclosures, hot tubs, septic tanks, water tanks, roofing, pipes, cladding, casts, surfboards and external door skins.

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