Hand lay-up and Spray-up

Hand lay-up and Spray-up

Hand lay-up and Spray-up

Poliya offers different solutions for a variety of demands with a broad product range consisting of Ortho, ISO, VE and DCPD based resins for hand lay-up and spray-up GRP production methods. While LSE versions provide a safer working environment, thixotropic and long gel time versions offer easier application. It is possible to produce composite parts for numerous applications like boats, buses, trucks, masonry, exterior architectural elements, cabins etc.

Hand lay-up (HLU) is the simplest and most widely used production technique for composite parts.

Chemical Resistance Guide
Refer to our Chemical Resistance Guide for more information about use of resins in different chemical environments.

Hand lay-up and Spray-up

Poliya offers different solutions for a variety of demands with a broad product range consisting of Ortho, ISO, VE and DCPD based resins for hand lay-up and spray-up GRP production methods. While LSE versions provide a safer working environment, thixotropic and long gel time versions offer easier application. It is possible to produce composite parts for numerous applications like boats, buses, trucks, masonry, exterior architectural elements, cabins etc.

Prefabricated Buildings

Automotive Parts

Swimming Pool

Bath Tubs

Fiberglass Balustrades

Fiberglass Facade and Cornice

SONRAKİ ÖNCEKİ
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  • Product Description
  • Chemical Structure
  • Available Modifications
  • Viscosity
  • Thixotropy
  • Monomer Content
  • Gel Time
  • Tmax
  • Tensile Strength
  • Elongation at Break, Tensile
  • Flexural Strength
  • HDT [0,45 MPa]
  • Barcol Hardness, 934
  • Volumetric Shrink
  • Remarks
  • Highlights
  • Primary Usages
  • Polipol 3401
  • Hand lay-up / Spray-up polyester
  • Ortho
  • 500-600
  • N/A
  • 37-41
  • 8-14
  • 170
  • 71
  • 2,6
  • 134
  • 66
  • 40
  • 7,4
  • OT1 , OT3
  • - Quick and easy fiber wet-out
    - Low volumetric shrinkage
    - Optimum performance price ratio
    Lloyd's Register approved
  • Bumpers, fenders, cabinets, pool filters, industrial GRP parts such as vehicle parts.
  • Polipol 3404
  • CHand lay-up / Spray-up polyester
  • Ortho
  • 550-650
  • N/A
  • 36-38
  • 10-12
  • 170
  • 71
  • 3,4
  • 134
  • 62
  • 40
  • 7,4
  • OT1 , OT3
  • - Quick and easy fiber wet-out
    - Low volumetric shrinkage
    - Industrial GRP parts
  • Bumpers, fenders, cabinets, pool filters, industrial GRP parts such as vehicle parts.
  • Polipol 3401 TA-H20/H40
  • Hand lay-up / Spray-up thixotropic preaccelerated polyester
  • Ortho
  • 500-700
  • Thixotropic
  • 45-50
  • (18-22) / (38-42)
  • 145
  • 71
  • 2,6
  • 134
  • 66
  • 40
  • 7,4
  • OT1 , OT4
  • - No sagging on vertical surfaces
    - Quick and easy fiber wet-out
    - Paraffin free
    - Peroxide indicator
    Lloyd's Register approved
    Rapid barcol development
  • Bumpers, fenders, cabinets, pool filters, industrial GRP parts such as vehicle parts.
  • Polipol 3401 TA-LSE-H20/H40
  • Hand lay-up / Spray-up thixotropic preaccelerated LSE polyester
  • Ortho
  • 400-700
  • Thixotropic
  • 43-53
  • (18-22) / (38-42)
  • 140
  • 71
  • 2,6
  • 134
  • 66
  • 40
  • 7,4
  • OT1 , OT4
  • - Low styrene emission
    - No sagging on vertical surfaces.
    - Quick and easy fiber wet-out
    Lloyd's Register approved
  • Bumpers, fenders, cabinets, pool filters, industrial GRP parts such as vehicle parts.

Spray-up Application

Hand lay-up production methods offer design flexibility, are low cost and a good choice for many producers. It is an ideal method for low quantity part manufacturing. Hand lay-up production methods allow flexibility with part shapes and lamination design and have lower mold costs compared to other production techniques. Additionally, it is possible to obtain desired mechanical properties with different fiber resin ratios. 

 

Hand lay-up production steps: 

Hand Lay-up Application

Hand lay-up production methods offer design flexibility, are low cost and a good choice for many producers. It is an ideal method for low quantity part manufacturing. Hand lay-up production methods allow flexibility with part shapes and lamination design and have lower mold costs compared to other production techniques. Additionally, it is possible to obtain desired mechanical properties with different fiber resin ratios.

Hand lay-up production steps:

① Apply mold release agent on mold surface

② Apply 500-800 micron gelcoat film on mold surface

③ After gelcoat has reached a certain cured state, lamination steps can begin

④ Composite part should be trimmed after demolding

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.

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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