Vacuum infusion, also called resin infusion, is a fabrication technique that uses vacuum pressure to drive resin into a laminate. Dry materials are laid into the mold and the vacuum pressure is applied before resin is introduced. Once a complete vacuum is achieved, resin is forced into the laminate via vacuum tubing. The vacuum infusion process offers a better fiber-to-resin ratio than hand lay-up or vacuum bagging.

Want to learn more about Vacuum Infusion? Fibre Glast has a free Learning Center with helpful white papers. You can learn more about vacuum infusion with our free white paper: Vacuum Infusion - The Equipment & Process of Resin Infusion.

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Resin Infusion
EnkaFusion Nylon Flow Media

EnkaFusion Nylon Flow Media

Fastest Flow Rates for Resin Infusion

Green HDPE Infusion Flow Media

Green HDPE Infusion Flow Media

Control Resin Flow for Larger Infusion Projects

Red LDPE Infusion Flow Media

Red LDPE Infusion Flow Media

Control Resin Flow for Smaller Infusion Projects

DIVINYMAT

DIVINYMAT

Resin Flows Easily for Vacuum Bagging

Spiral Tubing

Spiral Tubing

Extend Lines or Vacuum Bagging and Infusion

EnkaFusion Filter Jacket

EnkaFusion Filter Jacket

Create Fast-Moving Channels for Resin Infusion

Lantor Soric® XF

Lantor Soric® XF

Conformable to Parts, Facilitates Resin Flow

Vacuum Infusion Trial Kit

Vacuum Infusion Trial Kit

All You Need to Kick-Start Resin Infusion

Resin Trap

Resin Trap

Capture Excess Resin and Protect your Pump

Vacuum Infusion Sample Pack

Vacuum Infusion Sample Pack

Feel and Compare our selection of Infusion Media

Vacuum infusion, or resin infusion, has a unique set-up within the vacuum bag. As noted, layers of fabric are secured without the presence of resin. Once infusion begins, resin enters the laminate at a given point and requires flow media to deliver it across the surface of the laminate.

Flow media is placed either between the reinforcement and the bag, or in between layers of reinforcement. In fact, in some cases, flow media becomes part of your laminate. At FibreGlast.com, we carry flow media in a variety of formats:

  • EnkaFusion® Nylon Flow Media offers the fastest flow rates in the category. It features randomly oriented nylon filaments.
  • Green HDPE and Red LDPE are both nylon mesh fabrics that deliver a more controlled resin flow.
  • Divinymat is a DIAB Divinycell H foam designed to be both a flow media and a sandwich core. The sheet of foam is scored and bound with a light scrim backing.
  • Lantor Soric® is the most conformable of flow media in our selection. It's available in both 2 mm and 3 mm thicknesses.
  • EnkaFusion® Filter Jacket is a nylon mat encased within a nonwoven sock. It can be used for longer or wider applications, and is never meant to be part of the finished composite.

All of the flow media at FibreGlast.com are compatible with all the resins on our website, including epoxy, vinyl ester, and polyester.

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