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Serial Infusion Process

Fibermax Composites technical laboratory has been investigating this new “Serial Infusion” strategy which shows very interesting advantages. Over years of research and implementation, when compared to traditional techniques, it has proven to be reliable, versatile, and more forgiving to errors or shortcomings, even when applied onto awkward and extreme shaped molds/objects.

Carrying out expert evaluations and updating business plans and feasibility studies of investment projects for the production of continuous basalt fiber, staple fiber and basalt composite products.

Benefits of “Serial Infusion”:

  1. Simpler setup, without any need for calculations, software or guesswork
  2. Less overall length of feed lines (saving the resin trapped inside)
  3. No stepping on the laminate ensures that vacuum film is not stressed or pierced
  4. Better quality of the finished product
  5. Limited or no need of a resin trap
  6. Less post curing as using faster resin systems is possible (energy savings)
  7. Accurate approximation of resin (needed for each serie and for all)
  8. Easier serial mixing of small resin batches minimizes stress to workforce, and possibility of exotherm events

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Companies: Fibermax Composites

Technologies: Vacuum Infusion

Terms: advanced composites, aramid, carbon fiber, Composite Material, composites, époxy, Fibermax, serial infusion, vacuum infusion, vacuum infusion composites, vacuum infusion machine, vacuum infusion mesh, vacuum infusion molding, vacuum infusion moulding process, vacuum infusion process, vacuum infusion resin

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