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Applications

  • Semi-Permanent Release Systems

    Semi-permanent mold release technology is primarily used in all composite molding applications. Semi-permanent release agents are designed to bond... Read More »

  • Ancillary Products

    Die casting is a complex process with intricate machines and a number of processing steps. Since all of these can have an impact on the quality of... Read More »

News and Event

  • Rennteam Uni Stuttgart uses release agents and mould sealers for building racing car

    High-quality products for high-tech composites

    Maisach, Germany – For several years the “Rennteam Uni... Read More »

  • Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture 2011

    Chem-Trend continues participation in the growth and development of the wind blade manufacturing industry by participating in the WTBM 2011 in... Read More »

  • Composites Engineering

    Chem-Trend continues contributing to the growth and development of the composites industry by exhibiting at The Composites Engineering Show. Our... Read More »

  • China Wind Power 2011

    Chem-Trend continues participation in the growth and development of the use of composite materials within the growing wind power industry by... Read More »

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  • Pre-preg

    Commonly referred to as “advanced composites” – since high strength fibers are often used – pre-impregnated (pre-preg)... Read More »

  • Open Lay / Wet Resin

    The open lay process is the simplest method of making a composite part. The part is made with a “cosmetic” surface, the one that is in... Read More »

FAQs

  • Can I use the same release for all of my parts, regardless of whether they are gel-coated or not?

    While some manufacturers may choose to use one semi-permanent release for all their needs, we believe that gel coated and non-gel coated... Read More »

  • How should I remove a semi-permanent mold release?

    Removal of semi-permanent releases can be more difficult due to the toughness of the cross-linked coating. The recommended procedure is to use a... Read More »