Answer to Richter family


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Posted by Bengt Blomberg on October 05, 2000 at 16:03:23:

Hello again,

Regarding the temperature, curing and residue movements
The hyperabsorbtion technique used by HYAB makes the
residues, especially the acid and the styrene, move to the
surface even at temperatures as low as 60 degrees. Regarding
curing, the last two three layers of a laminate very seldom
have any dangerous amounts of uncured enclosures as the
excess styrene can freely evaporate from the inside during
construction.
Chapter 8 referes to most effective treatments when HYAB
is not available. When using the hyperabsorbtion Technique
infrared is not needed.
With the drilling technique used by HYAB laminate thickness
does not matter. Other reinforcements than fiberglass does
not matter as long as they are not laminated with vinyl ester
in which case the must be removed and replaced with an
epoxy laminate.
Regards Bengt



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