Solid Epoxy Resin

Epoxy resins are commonly the product of reaction between epichlorohydrin and bis-Phenol A. By increase in molecular weight and viscosity, they change from a low viscose liquid to a high viscose liquid and finally become solid. Solid epoxy resins are commonly manufactured in flake type, and generally used in production of powder coatings. They exhibit good chemical and mechanical resistance.

Solid Epoxy

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