CCT - Cast Polymer Recertification

While sports parts, yacht hulls and bridge decks can be the centerpieces of the composites industry, the fabrication of cast polymer bath and kitchen fixtures is a vital and lucrative segment. For over half a century, kitchen and bath manufacturers have been combining resins with a variety of fillers, additives, pigments and performance enhancers to create glossy, gorgeous products in many colors and patterns. The new home and remodeling markets depend on the variety of vanity tops, bathtubs, shower stalls, kitchen countertops and other components produced with composites.

Composites Basics

Section 1 – Defining Composites
Section 2 – Understanding Polyester Resin Curing
Section 3 – Composites Manufacturing Processes

Processing Technology

Section 4 – Cast Polymer Materials
Section 5 – Limiting Emissions

Regulatory Issues

Section 6 – MACT and the Cast Polymer Industry

Plant Safety

Section 7 – Electrostatic Discharge Hazards



For more information on ACMA's Certified Composites Technician (CCT) Program, contact the ACMA Certification Department.

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