Cascell® RS is explicitly designed and developed for compat...
Cascell® RS is explicitly designed and developed for compatibility with vacuum infusion processes, including techniques like VARI (Vacuum Assisted Resin Infusion) and RTM (Resin Transfer Molding). Vacuum infusion processes involve the use of vacuum pressure to distribute resin throughout a reinforcement material, creating a high-strength composite structure. Here are some factors that contribute to Cascell® RS's compatibility with vacuum infusion
Permeability: Cascell® RS likely possesses a level of permeability that allows resin to flow through the material under vacuum pressure. This permeability is crucial for achieving an even resin distribution throughout the reinforcement, resulting in a uniform and strong composite structure.
Structural Support: The material is engineered to provide structural support within composite structures. Its specific design and properties ensure that it maintains its structural integrity during the vacuum infusion process, contributing to the overall strength of the final product.
Resin Compatibility: Cascell® RS
is likely compatible with a variety of resins commonly used in vacuum infusion processes. This compatibility ensures that manufacturers have flexibility in selecting the appropriate resin system based on the requirements of the specific application.
Moldability: The material is likely moldable to conform to the desired shape of the final composite product. This is essential for ensuring that the Cascell® RS core fits well within the composite structure and allows for efficient resin infusion.
Dimensional Stability: Good dimensional stability is essential in vacuum infusion processes to ensure that the core material retains its shape and structural integrity during resin infusion and curing. This characteristic contributes to the overall quality of the composite product.