Daron – combines the best from Epoxies and Polyesters in one solution

Name Market Key benefits Processing method HDT (°C) Elong. break (%)
Daron® 45 Industrial, Building & Infrastructure, Transportation Hybrid system Spray-up, Pultrusion, Hand lay-up 210 2.5

Daron resins vs. Epoxies

Daron – combines the best from Epoxies and Polyesters in one solution

In comparison to epoxies, it is relatively easy to design composite parts with Daron resins. Daron resins are compatible both with glass and carbon fibers. This allows users to design  parts with high stiffness, strength and ductility, which is similar to parts made from epoxies. At the same time, the heat resistance of the Daron resins is often much better than the heat resistance of comparable epoxies. Also, while epoxies can provide strength, stiffness and fatigue resistance, the conversion of epoxies is often complicated and sensitive to process variations. Daron resins can be easily processed into composite components through robust manufacturing processes.

Markets

Daron resins have been used for many years to manufacture composite parts for applications in:

Key benefits of Daron resins

In short, the key benefits of Daron resins compared to epoxies are:

  • Design freedom
  • High strength and stiffness
  • Light weight
  • Manufacturing in large series
  • Processing robustness
  • Competitive system cost

Product selector

In order to select the right resin for your application, please take a look at the Product selector. You can select the end-use market for your product(s), the specific properties required and the intended processing method. 

Questions about Daron resins vs. epoxies?

If you have questions about the performance of Daron resins compared to epoxies, please contact Aliancys. You can contact us by sending us an email. One of our Technical Service representatives will contact you shortly.

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