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  6.00 EUR / container of net volume 1 lt Chemically composed of glass, their hollow form helps reduce matrix density. Their spherical shape prevents stress concentration and, as a consequence, increases cracking resistance of putties. In comparison to microballoons, they are physically harder, more waterproof and somewhat more difficult to sand. They have a fractional survival rate of 80% or more, for continuous use at 250 psi in highly filled resin systems. As a result, glass bubbles are also used as an additive for a number of buoyancy applications, in depths of up to 600 m in seawater. Suggested quantity to add in putties depends upon application. Particle density: 200g/lt Bulk density: 125 g/lt Conversion data: 1 lt = 0.91 qt = 20 fl oz   Intrastat Number for this product: 70182000..
6.00€
  11.00 EUR / container of net volume 1 lt Hollow phenolic resin spheres have a distinctive reddish/brown color. This makes them particularly useful for cosmetic joints in wood construction. Although not as waterproof as glass bubbles, microballoons have excellent sanding characteristics. Suggested quantity to add in putties depends upon application. Not compatible with polyester and vinylester resins. Store in tightly closed containers. Particle density 250g/lt Bulk density 100g/lt Conversion data: 1 lt = 0.91 qt = 20 fl oz   Intrastat Number for this product: 39094000..
11.00€
  4.50 EUR / container of net volume 1 lt Very fine wood cellulose fibers, used to reinforce the matrix and create structural adhesives for various applications. Microfibers absorb and hold great amounts of resin. Very hard wearing, hard to sand, very good for bonding wood. Where a strong bond is required microfibers should be preferred. Suggested quantity to add in putties depends upon application. Conversion data: 1 lt = 0.91 qt = 20 fl oz   Intrastat Number for this product: 68062090..
4.50€
  4.00 EUR / container of net volume 1 lt Silica is a viscosity regulator, used to control sag characteristics of resin matrix or matrix-filler mixes. Very hard to sand (it is derived from quartz,) is not to be used in large quantities if sanding is anticipated. Very good to create structural adhesives, and useful in applications where a hard wearing surface or scratch resistance is needed (like molds). Suggested quantity to add in putties depends upon application. Bulk weight: 50 g/lt Conversion data: 1 lt = 0.91 qt = 20 fl oz   Intrastat Number for this product: 28112200..
4.00€
  36.00 EUR / kg 100% pure extra fine copper powder suitable to dilute in epoxy.   Intrastat Number for this product: 70182000..
36.00€
  30.00 EUR / 2 kg container   Precisely chopped mix of 3K and 6K carbon fibers with 12 mm length suitable for reinforcing composite materials. They're often blended with matrix materials like epoxy or polyester resin to enhance the mechanical properties of composites or for cosmetic purposes. They are also used to improve electrical and thermal conductivity.   TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER USED Tensile strength (MPa): 4120 (3Κ), 4900 (6Κ) Tensile modulus (GPa): 235  Elongation at break (%): 1.8 (3Κ) 1.9 (6Κ)   Intrastat Number for this product: 68151200..
30.00€
  75.00 EUR / 5 kg container   Precisely chopped mix of 3K and 6K carbon fibers with 6 mm length suitable for reinforcing composite materials. They're often blended with matrix materials like epoxy or polyester resin to enhance the mechanical properties of composites or for cosmetic purposes. They are also used to improve electrical and thermal conductivity.   TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER USED Tensile strength (MPa): 4120 (3Κ), 4900 (6Κ) Tensile modulus (GPa): 235  Elongation at break (%): 1.8 (3Κ) 1.9 (6Κ)   Intrastat Number for this product: 68151200..
75.00€
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