Robnor ResinLab Launches New Epoxy Resin PX901C

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Robnor ResinLab has today announced the launch of PX901C, a brand new epoxy resin with excellent heat resistance and dimensional stability.

Available in beige or black, PX901C offers end users high electrical insulation, low shrinkage and excellent chemical resistance.  

The high abrasion resistance of PX901C ensures PX901C will be hard wearing and should retain its surface finish for longer.

The Product Development Team at Robnor ResinLab predict that users will be especially impressed with the process-ability of PX901C. With a viscosity of just 3400 – 8000 (when mixed) this material is very easy to work with.

Furthermore, PX901C from Robnor ResinLab is thermally conductive and has an exceptionally good operating temperature of up to 220 °C.

Typical applications for PX901C include castings, circuit board components and electrical insulation, however, we can reveal that this material particularly caught the interest of manufacturers in the printing industry, who trialled it in the Research & Development stage.

Robnor ResinLab PX901C is WEEE, RoHS and REACH compliant and can be purchased in bulk, as a twin pack or as a kit.



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