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What Is The Difference Between High Density Polyethylene Resin And Unsaturated Polyester Resin

Aug 04, 2020

As a manufacturer of powder coatings, all the operating steps in the production of polyester resin in the laboratory are obtained by high-tech talents through certain means, and its performance is more stable and practical. Many people also have certain questions. , Today we will talk about the difference between high-density polyethylene resin and unsaturated polyester resin.


From the perspective of the structure of the material, polyethylene resin is a chain polymer formed by the polymerization of ethylene to open unsaturated bonds, and unsaturated polyester resin is a polymer containing unsaturated bonds and ester groups. Different structures are Determines the difference in its performance, and the difference in performance determines the difference in use. FRP is a rigid and brittle material. Generally, polyester, epoxy, and phenolic resin are used as the matrix, and glass fiber, carbon fiber and boron fiber are used as reinforcing materials. Polyethylene has good flexibility and elasticity, and is easy to deform. Therefore, high-density polyethylene is generally not used as the substrate of FRP.


In the production of powder coatings, the most concerned issue is the formula. Each manufacturer has its own formula, which is also the focus of its own sales. Of course, our formulas are produced through the most rigorous operation and practice. If there are customers in need You can consult us at any time.

Source:https://www.up-resin.com/

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