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Vacuum infusion, also called resin infusion, utilizes vacuum pressure to pull resin through a laminate.  Materials are laid dry into the mold and the vacuum is applied before resin is introduced.  Once a complete vacuum is achieved, resin is literally sucked into the laminate. High quality composite parts with high fibre fractions can be produced using special low viscosity infusion resins. Slow gel times enable even thick laminates and large parts such as boat hulls to be infused. This processes added benefits include eliminating weaker secondary bonds and reduced volatile emissions versus open molding processes.   

PRIME™ 27 is suitable for the female moulding of large, complex components incorporating advanced fibres such as carbon and aramid*. Typical projects include spars, hulls and reinforcing...

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PRIME 20LV is specifically designed for use in a variety of resin infusion processes including RTM (resin transfer moulding), SCRIMP and RIFT (resin infusion under flexible tooling)....

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Tg1 (DMTA) 68-70°C with post cure

PRIME 20ULV is an ultra low viscosity epoxy infusion system, which utilises PRIME 20LV resin combined with new hardener chemistry. The combination delivers exceptionally low viscosity...

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Tg1 (DMA) 80°C with post cure