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Baybond® PU 330 Covestro Baybond® PU 330 has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. It is commonly used as the filmforming component in glass fiber sizing, especially for glass fibers used to reinforce thermosets. G...view more Baybond® PU 330 has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. It is commonly used as the filmforming component in glass fiber sizing, especially for glass fibers used to reinforce thermosets. Glass fiber sizes based on Baybond® PU 330 have excellent filmforming properties and adhesion. This product also remains stable when exposed to shear forces. As with any product, use of Baybond® PU 330 in a given application must be tested (including but not limited to field testing) in advance by the user to determine suitability. view less
Baybond® PU 401 A Covestro Baybond® PU 401 A has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. Commonly used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizing. Glass fiber sizes based on its polyurethane dispersion have ex...view more Baybond® PU 401 A has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. Commonly used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizing. Glass fiber sizes based on its polyurethane dispersion have excellent film-forming properties and very good adhesion. As with any product, use of Baybond® PU 401 A polyurethane dispersion in a given application must be tested (including but not limited to field testing) in advance by the user to determine suitability. view less
Baybond® PU 402 A Covestro Baybond® PU 402 A has anionic/non-ionic polyester urethane polymer used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. It was developed for the sizing of glass fibers used to reinforce thermoplastics, particularly polyamide. Glass fiber sizes based o...view more Baybond® PU 402 A has anionic/non-ionic polyester urethane polymer used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizes. It was developed for the sizing of glass fibers used to reinforce thermoplastics, particularly polyamide. Glass fiber sizes based on Baybond® PU 402 A are characterized by their outstanding film-forming properties and very good adhesion. They have high colorfastness, even at elevated temperatures. Baybond® PU 402 A is also very stable against shear forces. As with any product, use of Baybond® PU 402 A in a given application must be tested (including but not limited to field testing) in advance by the user to determine suitability view less
Baybond® PU 403 Covestro Baybond® PU 403 has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film forming component in glass fiber sizes. Its polyurethane disperson is commonly used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizing. Glass fiber sizes based on Baybond...view more Baybond® PU 403 has anionic, non-ionic polyester urethane polymer, used as the film forming component in glass fiber sizes. Its polyurethane disperson is commonly used as the film-forming component in glass fiber sizing. Glass fiber sizes based on Baybond PU® 403 have excellent film-forming properties, and very good adhesion. The mechanical properties of Baybond® PU 403 are improved by post-curing at 150ºC or above for 30 minutes. As with any product, Baybond® PU 403 polyurethane dispersion in a given application must be tested (including but not limited to field testing) in advance by the user to determine suitability. view less