Scott Bader, a leading global manufacturer of adhesives, resins and gelcoats, will be exhibiting at this year’s Advanced Engineering show on stand R96.
Products on focus at the show include their recently launched Crestafire® and Crestafix® product ranges.
The Crestafix rapid cure bonding pastes range have been developed to be strong, light, and tough suitable for a variety of key markets including: marine, automotive and land transportation. Crestafire covers all products that offer Fire, Smoke and Toxic fume (FST) performance for manufacturing fire retardant (FR) composite parts to stringent fire standards required in many building and construction, passenger rail, and land transport applications. The extensive range includes: FR gelcoats and intumescent topcoats; FR structural adhesives; a variety of FR rated open and closed mould, pultrusion and filament winding resins, compatible with glass, carbon and aramid fibre reinforcements.
Neil Gray, Global Market Manager, FST Performance products will be presenting: “Scott Bader Crestafire systems for demanding FST applications” from 12.15-12.30 on 31st October as part of the Composites UK ‘Fire- The Hot Topic’ forum.
Also expected to be a focus of discussion is Scott Bader’s Matched Tooling system which offers a complete composite tooling and moulding solution. Visitors will be able to see and touch a mould, supplied by East Coast Fibreglass Supplies, made using Crystic tooling resin RTR 4010PA and tooling gelcoat 15PA. This mould is used to make robust lightweight life raft containers for use by yachts in ocean racing.
Other key products and services include: Crystic® Ecogel ultra low styrene spray gelcoats, including the ‘zero’ styrene Ecogel S0 PA grade; Crestomer® and Crestabond® structural adhesives; Crestapol® resins for producing tough lightweight CFRP components; and their rapid GelTint service which can mix gelcoats in a wide range of RAL, BS, NCS and custom colours.
Scott Bader’s experts are looking forward to meeting visitors from a variety of industry sectors to discuss their specific requirements.