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PRISM EP2400 resin to be used with any type of textile configuration
Apr '10
Cytec Engineered Materials (CEM), a business unit of Cytec Industries Inc. is introducing its new PRISM EP2400 liquid infusion resin at JEC Composites 2010 on April 13 – 15 at the Porte de Versailles Exhibition Center. This unique, one-part toughened epoxy system represents a step forward in infusion resin capability, delivering primary structure level performance without limiting reinforcement or processing type. With PRISM EP2400 resin, manufacturers no longer face trade-offs between performance and processing; they get resin infusion without compromise.

The PRISM EP2400 system uses a proprietary combination of toughening technologies in a resin designed for enhanced processability. The result is a wide processing window, extended stable pot-life, superior flow behavior and a high degree of mechanical toughness. PRISM EP2400 resin is compatible with all major infusion processes, can be used with any type of textile configuration and can also be processed out-of-autoclave. PRISM EP2400 resin simplifies manufacturing processes reducing quality concerns and enables design of large complex integrated structures that reduce part count and save weight.

PRISM EP2400's high mechanical toughness meets aerospace performance requirements for primary structure applications including bulkheads, fuselage and window frames, integrated wing box structures and engine cases. Cytec Engineered Materials offers a full range of complementary products including binder coatings, low resin content films and tackifiers.

CEM's product portfolio includes advanced composites and adhesives used in aerospace, biomedical, electronics, electrical and automotive applications. JEC Composites Show attendees can learn more about the PRISM EP2400 resin system and the entire line of CEM products at the Cytec Engineered Materials booth located in Pavilion 1, Stand G31.

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