Continuous Laminating

Continuous laminating is a processing method used to produce flat, corrugated, transparent or colored sheets at a high production speed. This method is preferred especially for the production of foam sandwich panels, refrigerated vehicle panels, truck panels, and RV panels. Polipol 361-L produces a highly transparent material with UV resistance, Polipol 765 has high surface quality and low fiber print through, while Polipol 309 is used when light transparency and flame retardant properties are needed. 

Döküm Tipi It is possible to produce flat, corrugated, transparent or colored sheets at a high processing speed with continuous laminating.
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  • Product Description
  • Technical Data Sheets
  • Safety Data Sheets
  • Chemical Structure
  • Available Modifications
  • Color
  • Viscosity
  • Monomer Content
  • Acid Value mg KOH/g
  • Gel Time
  • Tmax
  • Tensile Strength
  • Elongation at Break, Tensile
  • Flexural Strength
  • HDT [0,45 MPa]
  • Barcol Hardness, 934
  • Remarks
  • Highlights
  • Primary Usages
  • Polipol 3403
  • Continuous laminating type polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • ORTO
  • maks. 20
  • 240-270
  • 40-44
  • max. 20
  • 8-14
  • 190
  • 70
  • 3
  • 120
  • 77
  • 43
  • OT1 , OT11
  • - Transparency
    - Good mechanical properties
    - Low viscosity
  • Wall and roof panels, corrugated sheets.
  • Polipol 351-I
  • Medium/high reactivity polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • ORTO
  • maks. 100
  • 450-550
  • 39-42
  • max. 22
  • 9-11
  • 200
  • 68
  • 2,1
  • 140
  • 103
  • 45
  • OT1 , OT2
  • - Good fiber wet-out
    - High HDT
    - Medium viscosity
    - Food contact approved
  • Corrugated sheets and FRP foam sandwich panels. Ideal for hygienic food contact surfaces.
  • Polipol 361-L
  • Continuous laminating type acrylic modified UV stabilized translucent polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • Orto/Akrilik
  • -
  • 300-400
  • 37-40
  • max. 25
  • 20-40
  • 155
  • 73
  • 2,5
  • 130
  • 79
  • 45
  • OT1 , OT12
  • - High transparancy
    - Acrylic modified
    - High UV resistance
    - Good fiber wet-out
  • High light transparancy and UV resistant green house roof sheets, corrugated sheets, panels.
  • Polipol 3872-I
  • Chemical resistant polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • ISO
  • maks. 250
  • 370-420
  • 39-43
  • max. 12
  • 6-14
  • 210
  • 76
  • 4,2
  • 140
  • 97
  • 44
  • OT1 , OT9
  • - High chemical resistance
    - High elongation at breaking point
    - Good fiber wet-out
    - Food contact approved
  • Panels for chemical plants indoor and outdoor, cooler panels. Ideal for hygienic food contact surfaces.
  • Polipol 763
  • Continuous laminating polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • DCPD
  • -
  • 450-550
  • 34-36
  • max. 30
  • 10-12
  • 165
  • 60
  • 2,5
  • 127
  • 74
  • 42
  • OT1 , OT11
  • - High fiber wet-out
    - Low fiber print through
    - Special DCPD structure
    - Low shrinkage
  • Corrugated sheets and panels.
  • Polipol 765
  • Continuous laminating type high surface quality polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • DCPD
  • -
  • 280-310
  • 32-35
  • max. 30
  • 10-12
  • 180
  • 62
  • 2,6
  • 127
  • 94
  • 44
  • OT1 , OT13
  • - High fiber wet-out
    - High quality surface
    - Low styrene, low shrinkage
    - Low fiber print through
    - Special DCPD structure
  • High surface quality sheets, RV panels, and refrigerated truck panels.
  • Polipol 309
  • High performance flame retardant clear polyester
  • PDF
  • PDF
  • HET
  • maks. 250
  • 270-290
  • 37-40
  • max. 25
  • 10-12
  • 180
  • 52
  • 2,8
  • 113
  • 92
  • 41
  • OT1 , OT14
  • - High flame resistance
    - BS 476 Part 7 Class 1
    - High fiber wet-out
    - High translucency
    - Halogenated
  • Highly flame retardant, light transparent, corrugated and flat sheets, and flame retardant automotive parts.

Continuous Lamination Diagram

Continuous Laminating is a processing method to produce flat, corrugated, transparent or colored sheets either with or without gelcoat at a high processing speed with high surface 

quality. 

① Catalyzed resin is poured onto the carrier film. 

② Glassfiber roving is chopped onto the resin. 

③ Apply the gelcoated film over this mixture. 

④ Compaction cylinders provide structural integrity and uniform sheet thickness. 

⑤ Move carrier film into the curing oven. 

⑥ Cut sheets into the desired dimensions at the end of the line. 

Packing Types

You can choose any package type suitable for your production system or you can get further information from our sales department regarding container options.

Contact Sales

  • 25.000 kg
    ISO Tank Container
    Optional Steam heating line Optional Long term renting

  • 18 Kg
    Pail

  • 20 Kg
    Bucket

  • 230 Kg
    Barrel

  • 230 Kg
    Recond. Barrel

  • 1.100 Kg
    IBC

  • 1.100 Kg
    Recond. IBC

Modification Description

  • FR   Filled flame retardant
  • D*   Filled (*with filler content)
  • T Thixotropic (no sagging)
  • A Cobalt preaccelerated
  • ABP Amine preaccelerated
  • UV UV Curing
  • L   UV light stabilized
  •   I Lower viscosity
  •   V Higher viscosity
  •   LSE   LSE (low styrene emission)
  •   H* Gel time customized (at room temperature) * minutes
  • H40 Optimized for summer season. Gel time (at room temperature) 40 minutes.
  • H20 Optimized for winter season. Gel time (at room temperature) 20 minutes.
  •   COLOR   White or custom color options

Gelcoat Customizations
Polijel gelcoat table descriptions and modifications.

  • Spray Application (airless preferred)
  • Brush or Roller Application
  • Color Option: White colored
  • Color Option: Light colored (pastel)
  • Color Option: PRO colored

Production Quantity Depending on Process (parts/year)
Regardless of product dimension and complexity..

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