Epoxy resins constitute nearly 30% of total bisphenol A (BPA) use. Epoxy resins are selected because of their corrosion protection, thermal stability and mechanical strength and are used primarily as coatings for a number of consumer and industrial applications, such as linings for food and drinks cans and protective coatings for automotive and marine uses. Another key use of epoxy resins is in composite materials, e.g., for windmills generating natural power.
Some of the common applications of epoxy resins include coatings for:
For more information on applications, please download our fact sheet on applications.
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