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PANACOL VITRALIT UD 1405

PANACOL Vitralit UD 1405

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Vitralit® UD 1405 is a UV / VIS and thermally curable epoxy resin that has very good wetting properties due to its low viscosity. Thicker layers can be quickly thermally hardened after UV curing. 
Vitralit® UD 1405 is temperature-resistant, has a high glass transition temperature and is electrically insulating. It is particularly suitable for fiber-reinforced windings of electrical composite components.

Technical Data
  • Resin: epoxy
  • Appearance: transparent
  • Viscosity [mPas]: 250 - 450
  • Density [g/cm³]: 1,1
  • Flash point [°C]: > 100
  • Refractive index [nD20]: 1,5044
  • Hardness shore D: 70 - 80
  • Temperature resistance [°C]: -40 - 180
  • Water absorption [mass %]: < 2

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