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Wet Lay-Up Process

PCT has extensive experience forming composite structures using the wet lay-up/hand lay-up method. In this process, resins are impregnated by hand into fibers, such as woven, knitted, stitched, or bonded fabrics, usually accomplished by rollers or brushes. Nip-roller-type impregnators force resin into fabric, while fabric is in a resin bath, using rotating rollers. Laminates cure under standard atmospheric conditions.

Typical applications include standard wind-turbine blades, production boats and architectural moldings.

Wet Lay-Up/Hand Lay-Up Process Advantages

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