Question: does Polyester resin withstand hot temperatures better than Epoxy
I have an application where fibreglass will be in contact with a hot pipe (probably around 212F or 100Celcius).
I know you get speciality epoxy
sticks that can handle higher temperatures, but I'm wondering whether stock standard polyester resin handles heat better than epoxy resin?
And secondly, also wondering whether cycling such resin (polyester or epoxy) through heating-cooling cycles affects its adhesion or strength significantly.