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New products

Following a close to 20 years philosophy of formulation resins with the best possible health and safety records, we are pleased to present new waterborne sprayable epoxy fillters, bio-based lamination resin and the evolution of current products, keeping ahead of the current H&S regulations.

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METS 2014

Join us at the yearly meeting of the boatbuilding community in Amsterdam – The METS trade show taking place form the 18th to the 21st of November 2014 Booth EL.51 in the Construction Material Pavilion

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RESOLTECH will be exhibiting on the JEC Europe show (Booth P47) in Paris from March 12nd to 14th 2014. Join us to discuss your future projects and our latest products releases.

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New Polyurethane Range

March 2013: Resoltech expands its polyurethane  range with the acquisition of French  PU resins formulator and producer URANIE , adding  the ICTHANNE ET range for  electric & electronics  UL 94 V0 certified applications.
Download our main PU brochure on our website and contact us for other formulations you may require.

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RESOLTECH will be exhibiting on the JEC America show in Boston from October 02nd to 04th 2013.

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RESOLTECH will be exhibiting on the JEC Asia show in Singapore from June 25th to 27th 2013.

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RESOLTECH will be exhibiting on the Boat Show in Dubai from March 05th to 09th 2013. Joins us on our Booth (G24)  - French Pavilion.

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1070-1077 Fast cure, clear epoxy resin

Resoltech launches a new epoxy resin for surfboard manufacturers: A faster curing resin in film so productivity of epoxy boards can improve dramatically, getting closer to the cure time of a polyester with improved sandability and granting some “flex” to the boards.

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Resoltech collaborates in EU funded research programme

Resoltech collaborates with AIMPLAS on a research programme funded by the EU on curing resins by microwave

Systems for curing resins by microwaves
AIMPLAS is coordinating the European project MAC-RTM, which is funded by the European Union under the Seventh Framework Programme.

The project began on November 1st, in a meeting in AIMPLAS with the representatives of the 9 partners of the consortium.
The project MAC-RTM will cover the development of an innovative system for curing resins through microwaves. This promising technology will be optimized by using powerful simulation tools of filling and interaction between the electromagnetic field and the resin.

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