Chemical: Fiberglass Resin 157
Grade: Technical, Technical
Fiberglass resin or glass fiber or often translated into glass fiber is a liquid glass that is pulled into a thin fiber with a diameter of about 0.005 mm - 0.01 mm. These fibers can be spun into yarn or woven into fabrics, which are then impregnated with resin to become strong and corrosion-resistant materials for use as car bodies and ship building and adhesive materials. This resin is also used as a reinforcing agent for many plastic products; the resulting composite material is known as glass-reinforced plastic (GRP) or glass-fiber-reinforced epoxy (GRE), called "fiberglass" in general usage.
Glassmakers in history have tried many experiments with glass fiber, but the mass production of fiberglass is only possible after the advent of the machine. In 1893, Edward Drummond Libbey displayed a garment at the World Columbian Exposition using a glass fiber with diameter and silk fiber texture. Now known as "fiberglass", was created in 1938 by Russell Games Slayter from Owens-Corning as a material used as insulation. He is marketed under the Fiberglas trademark.
Resin 157 and this catalyst resin are resin pairs with 100: 1 usage ratio to get maximum result in humid condition (high rainfall) hence recommended 100: 2 ratio. This will certainly lead to the existence of comparative speculation in various regions in Indonesia, so it takes a little trial and error that we have given the benchmark formula.
Packaging: 15, 20, 25 kg / Jerrycan
The use of fiberglass resin catalyst chemicals is:
Resin, is the main material in the manufacture of various items of resin / fiberglass. There are several functions that we get from this 1 item are:
- Plastic / glass / mica / acrylic replacement hardware.
- Visor accessories
- The lampshade
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