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Whether your marine composite needs are structural bonding, gap filling, core bedding, or general fairing, the COR-Grip line of products provide exceptional adhesion for a firm bond.
Interplastic has excellent experience and success with CIPP resins. These filled and unfilled isophthalic and vinyl esters are each presented with brief, technical information and a feature/benefit statement
A an easy-to read 36 x 24-inch poster that describes common gel coat problems and their solutions.
Interplastic has been supplying vacuum infusion resins since the 1980’s.
Interplastic bonding compounds are formulated to be hand or machine mixed and applied. This COR-Grip bonding guide with walk you through best practices and set-ups.
Lists CoREZYN resin product offerings compared to other manufacturers. Describes the performance characteristics of the CoREZYN products.
For superior quality and color matching, choose CoREZYN
Describes our most common isophthalic resins, their physical properties and includes an A-to-Z corrosion guide.
Interplastic is a pultrusion resin expert. We are so committed to the technique that we installed our own pultrusion test laboratory to help us develop and troubleshoot pultrusion challenges. This brochure includes a capabilities overview and selection guide.
8.5 x 11-inch desk guide for hot air cured and hot water cured installations. From too slow a cure to blistering.
Interplastic’s dependable CIPP “green” resins repairs fully deteriorated underground pipes with environmental safety in mind.
Interplastic bonding compounds are formulated for hand mixing or machine application. This user guide with walk through best practices for using our COR-Grip products.
Interplastic offers a Low Profile Laminating Resin that provides excellent surface quality to easily achieve Class “A” cosmetics surface.
Silmar resins meet the specific requirements of the most demanding cast polymer manufacturers.
ONESTEP resin systems from Interplastic Corporation are designed to be a simpler, safer process for initiating a Cured-in-Place Pipe (CIPP) resin.
Pigment Dispersion Selection Guide
The cured-in-place pipe process has been used since the early 1970s to renovate deteriorated pipelines. The process was first developed for gravity pipelines and has found some limited applications in renovating pressure pipelines.
Describe las resinas más communes, sus propriedades fiscias y una guia de aplicaciones para corrosión de la A hasta la Z. (Only available as a download.)
Only a leader can offer cutting-edge capabilities that help you succeed with higher quality, better performance and greater profitability.
How are these resins designed? What makes them so special? Find out all you need to know.
Article reprint from Trenchless Technology, August 2006.
Actual test data reveals how CoREZYN perform in various chlorine solutions and which cure systems are recommended.