Low-emissions, spray-on in-mold coatings from Cook Composites & Polymers, Kansas City, Mo., are based on new, undisclosed chemistry and claimed to offer major advantages in aesthetics and performance over conventional gel coats.

Low-emissions, spray-on in-mold coatings from Cook Composites & Polymers, Kansas City, Mo., are based on new, undisclosed chemistry and claimed to offer major advantages in aesthetics and performance over conventional gel coats. Targets include marine, transportation, tub/shower, sports, and recreation. Cook is revealing few details about its proprietary technology, which is supplied under a licensing agreement and costs about three times as much as gel coats. .IMEdge PCT100 series boasts deep, rich, lasting colors with maximum resistance to blistering and fading. It also greatly improves patching and gloss recovery and is MACT-compliant. .PCT600 series is toughened for enhanced durability and resistance to cracking, yellowing, chalking, water absorption, and blistering-while also improving processability through new dual-cure technology. .IMEdge PRT1000 series is a new resin for use as a reinforcing skin coat that improves resistance to cracking and chipping. Tel: (816) 391-6000 . www.ccponline.com

Cook Composites & Polymers
PO Box 419389
Kansas City, MO 64141
Phone (816) 391-6000 Fax (816) 391-6215