Vinyl Ester Resin is considered to be a hybrid of polyester and epoxy resins—meaning its handling characteristics, properties, and even price generally fall just between the two.

  • Vinyl ester is formulated for maximum corrosion resistance to most fuels, vapors, and chemicals.
  • It's heat resistant and blended for durability.
  • It features excellent impact strength and high tensile elongation.
  • It's low viscosity, so it's easy to pour and just right for vacuum infusion.

Click on our #1110 Vinyl Ester Resin image below to get more information and view pricing.

  • Corrosion-Resistant Vinyl Ester Resin

    Corrosion Resistant and Blended for Toughness
    4.8 star rating
    Our #1110 Vinyl Ester resin is formulated for maximum corrosion resistance to most fuels, vapors, and both acidic...
  • High-Strength Vinyl Ester Resin

    High-Strength Corrosion Resistance
    5 star rating
    This tough, high-strength vinyl ester resin can be used to produce glass-reinforced laminates with excellent impact...
  • MEKP Hardener

    Industry Standard Catalyst
    4.7 star rating
    MEKP (Methyl Ethyl Ketone Peroxide) is a catalyst used in the composites industry for polyester and vinyl ester...

Vinyl Ester is often chosen for repairing water and chemical storage tanks, as well as boat hulls.

Keep in mind, Vinyl Ester Resin has a more limited, three-month shelf-life, so it should only be purchased on a project-by-project basis. In all cases, it is meant to be used with reinforcement to make hard laminate parts.

Vinyl Ester Resin from is First Quality guaranteed. With each batch you order, you can expect the same viscosity, color, and laminating and strength properties -- and no variance -- from batch-to-batch.

Want to learn more about Vinyl Ester Resins? Visit our Learning Center to read helpful white papers that include: About Resins, Mold Construction, Molding Fiberglass, and Fundamentals of Fiberglass.

If you need help deciding among the resins at, you can compare Vinyl Ester with the properties of epoxy and polyester in the Fibre Glast Blog article: Choosing the Right Resin.

You can place your order right her on our website or, if you have any questions, call 1.800.838.8984 | 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. EST Mon-Fri.

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