HUntsman is a worldwide producer of high quality epoxy resin which are marketed under the trade name Araldite.
Epoxy resins are versatile thermosetting polymeric materials. Today after four decades, these resins have become indispensable in building, casting, electrical and electronic industries.
Construction industry is one of the largest users of Araldite systems over the last 40 years. These systems offer a unique blend of properties which help civil engineers to solve problems for which conventional materials have proven inadequate.
Huntsman offers a wide range of Araldite resins and hardeners to construction industry.
Separate technical information is available for various application. Our technical experts will be pleased to offer you more and related information to you requirements.
Excellent adhesion to most and varied substrates
high initial and ultimate mechanical strengths
Very good chemical resistance
Good impermeability to water
Exceptional abrasion resistance
Low curing shrinkages
Excellent durability and dimensional stability
Huntsman Tooling Systems
Gel Coat Systems
Foaming and concrete casting moulds
Tools and tooling aids
Jigs and laminating moulds
working models for ceramic industry
Sheet metal forming tool
Laminating Systems Applications:
Laminated shell, copy & spotting models
Jigs & fixtures
Small size patterns & cores
Backing systems for face castings
Construction of models and patterns
Repair of existing tools and patterns
UREOL® Casting System for Sheet Metal Forming Applications:
Sheet metal forming tools for steel & aluminium
Negative moulds and tooling fixtures
Large volume moulds for the ceramic industry
UREOL® Casting System for Foundry Pattern Equipment Applications:
Foundry Pattern & Core boxes
Impact protection and vibration absorption
Parts in Minutes™ – Vacuum Grade Polyurethanes Applications:
Simulates PE / PP
Simulates ABS / glass filled ABS
1993 Ciba first to introduce high accuracy epoxy materials.
1995 Ciba relocate Research & Development facilities to Los Angeles, CA from Marly Switzerland.
1999 Very high throughput stereolithography system introduced.
2000 Vantico and 3D Systems sign Japanese distribution contract. Vantico introduce second generation thermo-plastic-mimic (PP like) epoxy materials. Vantico purchase Avecia material technology. First rapid manufacturing application realized.
2001 Vantico introduce selectively colourable stereolithography materials. Vantico terminate the Distribution Agreement with 3D Systems.