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Casting resins

Casting resins based on epoxy resins, polyurethane resins and polyurea resins are used in model making in a wide variety of applications. Typical applications are the dimensionally accurate casting of patterns and molds with slowly curing and particularly dimensionally stable epoxy resins in front layer or full casting, the production of highly abrasion-resistant pattern equipment with polyurea resins in front layer casting for applications in foundries as well as the fast control or auxiliary casting with very fast curing polyurethane resins.

Araldite® 2-component epoxy casting resins

For all industrial applications, from electronics to mold making. The portfolio includes products ranging from particularly low shrinkage for high-precision castings to products resistant to high temperatures and chemicals and materials with excellent insulation properties for electrical engineering applications.

Araldite® 2-component polyurethane casting resins

For all industrial applications, from electronics to mold making. Available in a high variety of types, whereby a particularly fine adjustment to the requirements of the application is realizable.

RenCast® 2-component epoxy casting resins

For the production of high-precision castings in model and mold making. Products with excellent resistance to high temperatures are available.

RenCast® 2-component polyurea casting resins

Specially adapted to the requirements of foundry operations. They are characterised by good processability, dimensional stability as well as high wear and abrasion resistance.

RenCast® 2-component polyurethane fast casting resins

For the production of control or auxiliary castings in model and mold making.

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