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Orthocryl Lamination Resin 80:20 PRO

Item #: 617H119=4.600

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Overview

  • Lamination resin for the fabrication of components with a low proportion of resin
  • Low viscosity with the same mechanical characteristics as 617H19
  • Better penetration of the reinforcement
  • Rapid evacuation of air from the reinforcement
  • Hardener/color pastes are easier to mix

The most versatile of laminating resins, Orthocryl resins are specifically formulated for the fabrication of carbon fiber, glass or textile lamination lay-ups.  The methyl methacrylate base provides excellent strength for each specific application and use.  Orthocryl lamination resin family includes low viscosity options to increase penetration or yield high strength adhesive bonds of carbon, glass or textiles.

Versatile Lamination Resin for use with carbon, glass or textiles:

  • Allows fabrication of components with a low proportion of resin
  • Colorless, transparent two component resin
  • Methyl methacrylate base provides excellent strength
  • Family includes options for use carbon fiber, rigid or flexible laminations
     

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617H119 - ORTHOCRYL Lamination Resin PRO - Safety Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet: (EN)

Publish date: Aug 4, 2015

PDF Document (617H119_en-US.pdf | 266 KB)

617H119 Orthocryl Lamination Resin 80:20 PRO - Information for orthopaedic technicians

Product Information: 646D718 (EN)

Publish date: Jan 1, 2014

PDF Document (646D718-EN-02-1401w.pdf | 605 KB)

Information on areas of application and recommendations for lamination resins

Product Information: 646F351 (EN)

Publish date: Jun 1, 2013

PDF Document (646F351-EN-01-1306w.pdf | 693 KB)

New Products & Proven Classics in Materials, Components & Solutions

Product Information: 646D577 (EN)

Publish date: Oct 1, 2016

PDF Document (646D577-EN-05-1610w.pdf | 4 MB)