How to Nail Infusion Moulding

It’s no secret that infusion moulding can be a tricky technique.

Consequently, when attempting to create a moulded glass fibre component, it pays to have the right information and the highest quality tools in your corner.

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First, arm yourself with a canister of TensorGrip® A70 spray adhesive, as this is what you’ll be using to coat the mould; this allows you to attach the glass fibre mat before placing a bag over the mould.

Next, you’ll notice that the resin is infused into the glass fibre matt – and the adhesive has disappeared completely – leaving you with a resin matrix with no witnessing of the adhesive through to the gel coat finish.

Perhaps most importantly, by using one of our quality products, you can avoid issues so typical with inferior adhesives, including:

  • Bonding failure.
  • Resin blockage.
  • Surface defects.

In addition, when you use TensorGrip® A70, you can be sure it won’t interfere with the curing process of vinyl esters, polyesters or styrene resin.

Additional TensorGrip® Benefits

Here at Quin Global, we’re proud of the performance of our adhesives, with our canister systems offering various benefits, such as:

  • Saving you time, material and reduced application costs.
  • Unrivalled portability and convenience.
  • Very little mess when compared with air-assisted spray equipment.

To learn more about the application of adhesives, please feel free to take a look at our video section where we demonstrate just how easy TensorGrip® products are to use.

Alternatively, you can get in touch with a member of the Quin Global team – we’d be pleased to answer any further questions you may have.