Chemical process after gelling, where the resin completely solidifies thanks to the exothermic reaction caused by the addition of a catalyst, giving rise to a product that does not change its properties.
Chemical reaction in which energy is produced by giving off light or heat.
Process that is part of curing in which the resin changes its liquid appearance to a gelatinous one. Caused by the chemical reaction of catalyst addition.
Chemical process in which a polymer goes from a liquid to a solid state.
Substance that is previously accelerated, and you only need to add catalyst to it for polymerization.
Refers to any absence of accelerators and diluents. In this state, it cannot be polymerized.
La resistencia mecánica es la capacidad de los cuerpos para resistir las fuerzas aplicadas sin romperse.
A colloquial term that occurs when the resin curing is not correct and the final product has a sticky appearance to the touch.
Capacity of a resin so that it does not run off in a vertical position.
Appearance of a liquid substance referring to its thickness. The higher the viscosity, the lower the impregnation speed and the less ease of de-bubbling. At low temperatures the viscosity increase