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HMPP - Innegra - Epoxy - Riversurfboards

HMPP-Innegra ist ein auf Olefin-Basis High Modulus Polypropylen.

Innegra wird gerne im Flugzeugbau bzw. im Formel 1 Rennsport verwendet, um Bauteile stabiler, leichter und langlebiger zu machen. Es handelt sich somit um  ein High-Tech Material. Wir fanden heraus, dass durch den Einsatz von Innegra man eine deutliche Gewichtsersparung gegenüber Karbon erreicht. Gleichzeitig haben wir herausgefunden, dass wir das Gewicht unserer Riversurfboards in Verbindung mit einem EPS-Blank deutlich reduzieren konnten.

Die Schlagfestigkeit und somit die Langlebigkeit unserer Riversurfboard konnten wir durch den Einsatz von Innegra deutlich erhöhen. Innegra hat ebenfalls positive Eigenschaften auf das Flexverhalten des Riverboards. Der Rebound-Flex oder die "Spring-Back" Eigenschaften lassen die Boards aus dem Turn heraus unglaublich beschleunigen. Wir fanden heraus, dass die Innegra Surfboard auch nach längeren Gebrauch nicht so schnell "Müde" werden. Es hat länger das schöne lebhafte Gefühl eines neuen Boards.

Verwendet werden in unseren HMPP Innegra Surfboards  nur recycelte EPS-Blanks von Marko Foam und Kinetix Eco Resin. Beide Materialien sind im ECO BOARD PROJECT qualifizierte Materialien. Wir sind gerade dabei, unsere Innegra Surfboads beim ECO BOARD PROJECT zu listen.

Da diese Boards nur als Custom-Boards für dich geshaped werden kannst du selbstverständlich auch andere Maße bestellen. Die Wartezeit für dein neues High-Tech Board beträgt 4-5 Wochen. Zur Bestellung benutze hierfür bitte unser Kontaktformular oder rufe einfach an.

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S-glass, S2-glass, (‘S’ comes from Strength,) is (15%-25%) stronger than E-glass, has higher modulus, improved mechanical properties, higher melt temperature and is considerably more expensive.

Fiberglass is an attractive, lightweight (when compared to non composite products), durable material. When fiberglass is impregnated with epoxy resin, the resulting composite has high tensile strength and is stronger than steel on an equal weight basis. This high strength for its relatively low weight is the primary reason why fiberglass composites became so popular, and are widely used for many decades now. Glass fiber can be combined with other fiber material such as Kevlar/Aramid creating a hybrid fabric. This way the properties of the composing fibers are enhanced by synergy.

High modulus polyester – Diolen
HMP and Diolen are high strength polyester fibers. Such fibers have been used in industrial applications for many decades, in a wide field of applications like tire reinforcement, safety belts, ropes and nets. Recognition of their value in composite applications for aerospace, defense, marine and transportation has come in the late years. They are used both as primary reinforcement and in hybrid arrangements with fiberglass and aramid. Toughness makes them ideal for use on the outside layers of composite construction for impact protection. Placed on the outside layers they also protect aramid and glass from moisture (and blistering) and being smooth, they reduce print-through. At the same time, their very low density also makes them ideal for use in the middle layers, where working as a core material, they add stiffness to the structure. Other attractive features include good impact and fatigue resistance, and potential for vibration damping. Generally, properties of Diolen resemble the properties of aramid at lower level, but its reasonable price and reliability make it attractive. Diolen performance at elevated temperature falls off. It should not be used in above 200o F applications. Processing is easier than this of aramid, but not as easy as fiberglass and carbon.

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What is Innegra™?
Innegra™ S is an olefin based high performance yarn
used most often in conjunction with a high modulus
fiber to increase toughness, durability, damping, and
in some cases, reduce weight