Because of its outstanding dielectric qualities, low cost, and wide variety of industrial uses, epoxy resins are frequently employed as adhesives, coatings, and laminating materials. A flexible, often thermosetting resin used mostly in coatings and adhesives that is created by copolymerization of an epoxide with a different molecule that has two hydroxyl groups.
also known as epoxy. The Greek prefixes “epi” and “oxy” are the origin of the term “epoxy.” The word oxy denotes sharp or acidic, whereas epi means “upon.” a synthetic thermosetting polymer class that contains epoxide groups that may be used to create an adhesive, plastic, or other type of material.
It enables the relatively quick and efficient repair of breakable materials like china, glass, and ceramic. Additionally, it may be used to fix home furnishings consisting of rubber, metal, and other materials.
The Global Bio-based epoxy resin market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
SICOMIN RELEASES THE NEW BIO RESIN FOR HP-RTM PROCESSING, SR GREENPOXY 28
With the introduction of its new bio-based epoxy resin designed particularly for HP-RTM processing processes, Sicomin, the leading provider of eco-resins, announced an alternative for petroleum-based materials as the automotive industry focuses on more environmentally friendly production.
The sixth product to be added to Sicomin’s acclaimed GreenPoxy line, SR GreenPoxy 28, is now readily available in the industrial volumes frequently needed by Automotive OEMs.
A fast cycle, low toxicity, third generation bio-based formulation designed specifically for the HP-RTM moulding processes used for both high performance structural parts and aesthetically pleasing carbon fibre components, SR GreenPoxy 28 is a Veritas-certified product. Superior mechanical performance and quick manufacturing cycle times have been tuned for the new formulation.
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