Gelcoats

Gelcoats

NM Gelcoat 095 V

A metal powder filled epoxy resin with a low coefficient of friction. NM Gelcoat 095 V is designed as a surface resin for moulds where there are high demands on durability, lack of pores and heat resistance.

NM Gelcoat 095 C

NM Gelcoat 095C with NM Hardener 101 is a metal powder filled epoxy resin with a low coefficient of friction. NM Gelcoat 095C is designed as a surface resin for moulds where there are high demands on durability and lack of pores.

NM Gelcoat 230

NM Gelcoat 230 is a white solvent free epoxy system designed for surface coats on moulds.
When cure has reached the stage when it is tacky but not attach to fingers, another coat of NM Gelcoat 230 should be applied. The time between the layers are strongly affected by surrounding temperature.

NM Gelcoat 275

NM Gelcoat 275 is a thixotropic, pigmented solvent free epoxy gelcoat for laminates. NM Gelcoat 275 can be used for moulds and tools.
NM Gelcoat 275 is applied in two layers with a brush. Advisable is to brush one layer in the morning and the other during the afternoon. The laminating could start the day after.

NM Gelcoat 429

A heat-resistant epoxy for the manufacture of tools and moulds.

NM Gelcoat 672

NM Gelcoat 672 is a heat resistant epoxy gelcoat to be used in moulds. By the manufacturing of large moulds, it could be difficult to laminate within the tacky window of the gelcoat. If the laminating should be done with an infusion technique, it is impossible to work with a tacky gelcoat. NM Gelcoat 672 is designed to guarantee an absolute adhesion between the cured and dry gelcoat surface and the laminate. This mean that two layers of gelcoat can be applied in one day, and the laminating can be done the next day.

NM Gelcoat 716

NM Gelcoat 716 is a transparent epoxy gelcoat, specially formulated to provide a non-yellowing surface layer.
NM Gelcoat 716 gives an polish ability surface without pores which also ensure excellent adhesion between a hardened dry GRP, and laminate. The gel coat should be from about 200 microns up to 400 microns.