30 September 2019
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Robnor ResinLab launch new epoxy foam for void-filling applications

Robnor ResinLab, leading formulator of epoxy and polyurethane resin systems, is pleased to announce the launch of a brand-new development material, PX19-GE3259-03. This versatile epoxy foam offers good adhesion to a wide variety of substrates.

Robnor’s new two-component system is particularly suitable for void-filling applications and offers good compressive strength for backfilling of parts.

A versatile epoxy foam, PX19-GE3259-03 can also be used in the casting of buoyant materials, or as a machinable epoxy foam for model making.

The lightweight foam has a low density of approximately 0.25g/cm, which means only a relatively small amount of material is required to fill a large volume. This reduces material waste and makes PX19-GE3259-03 a cost-effective choice. Furthermore, it offers good thermal performance post-cure and has an operating temperature of up to 150°c.

With a low viscosity of just 3000 (when mixed), this new material is very easy to process and work with. The system’s slow foaming reaction generates low pressure during expansion and has a cure time of 24 hours at room temperature. Additionally, PX19-GE3259-03 is also available as a three-component system. This allows users to adjust the foam density to suit their specific application requirements.

Robnor ResinLab PX19-GE3259-03 is RoHS compliant and can be purchased in bulk, twin-packs or 2:1 ratio cartridges.

To make an enquiry about PX19-GE3259-03 or any other product from the Robnor ResinLab range, please email info@robnor.co.ukor call +44 (0) 1793 823741.

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