Coremat is a nonwoven polyester that contains microspheres and is used primrily as a bulker mat or liner in composite laminates that have been made using a hand lay-up or Vacuum Infusion as the means of production. Coremat should always be fully saturated with resin. The microspheres contained in the Coremat will prevent excessive resin up-take.
Coremat sets the standard for bulker mats. Resin consumption for coremat is approximately 600 grams per of mm thickness. It also utilizes a resin indicating compound that changes color showing that resin has been applied to the Coremat.
Coremat is very soft and pliable when it is wet is suitable for use within complicated shapes or molds
The cost effective solution for open mould processes
Is used as core material and/or print blocker
Is a polyester nonwoven and compatible with all regular
types of resins, including Polyester, Vinylester, Phenolic and Epoxy
Is suitable for hand lay-up and spray-up processes
Marine: hulls, decks and structures of boats and yachts
Transportation: parts and panels of cars, trailers and trucks
Mass transit: interior and exterior of trains, light rail and buses
Leisure: kayaks, surfboards, pools and tubs
Industrial: cladding panels, containers and tanks