1976-02-01

Rigid RIM-A Microcellular Structural Foam 760334

RIM technology has been used to develop a breakthrough for flexible plastics in the automotive industry. The parts made by this process are thin-sectioned fascia panels used as front or rear ends, replacing metal components. Because of the versatility of this chemistry and technology, formulations have now been expanded to incorporate high rigidity. These can be used to manufacture rigid structures which are stylish, have an excellent finish, and feature low weight and non-damageability.

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