Evopreg EPC component prepregs are developed using our in-house formulated epoxy resin systems. They are designed for a range of cure temperatures with high performance, ease of lay-up and excellent surface finish.
We can supply Evopreg EPC epoxy component prepregs with a wide range of reinforcements and fabric constructions including carbon, glass, ampliTex™ flax, aramid and basalt. They can be consolidated by vacuum bag/oven, autoclave or press moulding and are designed for a range of applications including automotive, motorsport, sporting goods and general industrial. Resin content, resin bias and tack levels can all be tailored to your requirements.
Based on a toughened epoxy resin system Evopreg EPC200 component prepregs are primarily designed for low-temperature, out-of-autoclave processing. Their flexible cure profile also makes them ideally suited to rapid processing at higher temperatures.
Evopreg EPC300 component prepregs are based on a medium temperature curing, toughened epoxy resin system. They are ideal for high performance, lightweight structural components and are engineered for rapid, easy lay-up with excellent surface finish.
|Recommended cure||65°C, 12 hours
– OR –
120°C, 30 mins
|120°C, 1 hour|
|Out-life at room temperature||up to 21 days||up to 30 days|
|Good tack and drape||✓||✓|
|Excellent surface finish||✓||✓|
|Available on a wide range of reinforcement fabrics||Carbon fibre prepreg, glass fibre prepreg, ampliTex™ flax prepreg, aramid prepreg and basalt prepreg|
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Evopreg EPC epoxy component prepregs can be processed using standard techniques including vacuum bagging, autoclave and press moulding.
Evopreg EPC epoxy components are suitable for a wide range of markets and applications including automotive, sporting goods, mass transport, motor-sport and consumer products.
*Evopreg is a registered trademark of Composites Evolution Limited
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