Performance Prepreg & SPRINT™ Materials Gurit’s range of performance prepregs provide a good balance of mechanical and thermal properties and performance with flexible curing options. Product Selector Format System Main Features Fastest Cure Recommended Processing Method Max Tg1 Typical Applications Prepreg SE 84LV Versatile high-strength prepreg system Curable at 80°C in thick sections 60 mins at 120°C Autoclave Press Moulding Vacuum Bagging 115°C High performance light-weight, high-stress structures – round the world yacht hulls and decks SPRINT™ ST 94 Drape and tackiness optimised for excellent handling Ideal for complex or vertical mouldings Excellent balance of mechanical performance and toughness 45 mins at 120°C Autoclave Press Moulding Vacuum Bagging 115°C Ideal for large structures where heavyweight materials need to remain in the mould for long durations prior to curing SPRINT™ ST 95 Good balance of mechanical properties Dry fabric resin infusion enables efficient air evacuation Toughened – resistant to micro-cracking 60 mins at 120°C Autoclave Press Moulding Vacuum Bagging 125°C High volume industrial grade toughened SPRINT™ material SE 84LV SE 84LV is an exceptionally versatile hot-melt, epoxy prepreg, it can be cured at temperatures as low as 80°C, or it can be used for faster moulding of components at 120°C. This is achieved with an extremely good out-life of up to 56 days at 21°C. SE 84LV is a tough system, and offers excellent mechanical properties on a wide variety of reinforcing fabrics and fibres. ST 94 ST 94 is a toughened SPRINT™ system offering a good balance of mechanical properties. It comprises of a single layer of reinforcement fabric plied against a resin filmed paper. The resin film has a medium tack that makes it ideal for vertical surface applications. Although moderately tacky, ST 94 can be repositioned once in place without disturbing the underlying single SPRINT™ layers. ST 95 ST 95 is a toughened SPRINT™ system that offers an extremely good balance of mechanical properties. With a minimum cure temperature of 85°C (with a suitable post-cure), it is ideal for structural components where improved performance and resistance to micro-cracking is desired. ST 95 resin matrix has good flow resistant characteristics that make it stable at room temperature (21°C). The product has a light tack on one side which aids placement in a mould tool. For details of cure schedules, please refer to data sheet. For further information, please see the related documents on the side bar or contact your customer support representative.