Resin Infusion

Resin Infusion

Resin infusion is the process of drawing resin into a dry laminate and holding it under vacuum against a rigid mould with a sealed flexible membrane. The most commonly used membrane consists of a disposable film (vacuum bag), which is sealed against the mould edges using a sealant tape.

Resin infusion is particularly relevant when making very large structures such as those required for naval applications.

We are able to resin infuse structures up to 5m x 6.5m and up to 3,000kg in weight.

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