Lloyd's approved Polyester Resin - WHITE (inc catalyst) - Crystic 2-446PA



Price: £8.80
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  • Description
  • CRYSTIC 2446PA is an orthophtalic pre-accelerated, low styrene emission and thixotropic
    unsaturated polyester resin. It contains a colour change system and will change from blue to
    natural colour when the catalyst is added to the resin.
    Application
    CRYSTIC 2446PALV is designed mainly for spray application but is also suitable for contact
    moulding. CRYSTIC 2446PALV is a versatil resin and may be used for most general purpose
    mouldings.
    Features and Benefits
    Features Benefits
    Low viscosity……………. Easy impregnation of the reinforcement
    Rapid hardening…………… Fast mould turn – round
    General purpose…………. Only one resin for many applications
    Colour change system………Secures that catalyst is well added and mixed
    Formulation
    The following cold curing formulation is recommended:
    CRYSTIC 2 446PALV : 100 parts
    Catalyst M : 1 to 2 parts
    Catalyst M is a Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxyde at 50% such as the Butanox M50 from AKZO.
    Approvals
    CRYSTIC 2446 PA is approved by the Lloyd’s Register of Shipping
    Full drums of this resin are available with or without catalyst.


  • Technical Questions
  • Is they a colour code to the white pigment in the resin?

    Yes this is Scott Bader's white 337, classed as super white. Before use always agitate the tin as the pigment will sometimes settle.

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  • Safety Data Sheet
  • Lloyd's approved Polyester Resin - WHITE (inc catalyst) - Crystic 2-446PA Safety Data Sheet

  • Technical Data Sheet
  • Lloyd's approved Polyester Resin - WHITE (inc catalyst) - Crystic 2-446PA Technical Data Sheet

  • Customer Reviews

    (5.00)stars out of 5
    # of Ratings: 3
    1. on 16/04/2019, said:
    5 stars out of 5
    TOP quality, best by far, EC deliver time after time, cant say more
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