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Acrylic Binding Resins

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AKSA are acrylic binding resins that are used in combination with various fillers for producing high-quality products in construction and elsewhere.


Possibilities for Use

  • window shelves
  • counters
  • wall lining
  • floor lining
  • urban infrastructural equipment
  • tabletops
  • sinks
  • artificial stones

Standard Programme

AKSA 16

It is a two-component acrylic resin that does not contain solvents. It contains wax that reduces the emissions of acrylic vapours during solidification. The toughening of the resin is performed at room temperature with added tougheners in the form of a paste or powder.
It is intended for mixing with calcite sands with a grain size of up to several mm. The binding resin gives the end products an aesthetic appearance and good resistance to water and external weather conditions. Composite masses with Akso 16 are applied to a toughened foundation (gelcoat).

AKSA N

It is a three-component acrylic resin that does not contain solvents. It contains wax that reduces the emissions of acrylic vapours during solidification. The toughening of the resin is performed at room temperature with added tougheners in the form of a paste or powder.
Due to its three-component structure the resin is toughened more equally, has better colour stability, the products are well resistant to chemicals and to hydrothermal shocks, and can be thermally reshaped.  Aksa N is a binder for composite masses of the ''solid surface'' type, which are applied directly onto the mould. It is also intended for mixing with ATH-type fillers.


Packaging

The Aksa 16 and Aksa N resins are packaged in polyethylene containers. The packaging also contains a toughener and filler. 

Storage

All components must be stored in their original packaging, in a well-ventilated, dry and dark room at a temperature from +5 to +20°C. Refrigerator storage is recommended.
Under the aforementioned conditions, the shelf life is one month. After that time quality control is recommended. Durability at higher temperatures is two weeks, maximum.

 

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