PREMIUM TOP SHELF EPOXY RESIN
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4 gallon kit, 3 gallons resin, 1 gallon hardener for a total of 4 gallons of resin.
This is premium FS-A23 Laminating Epoxy at an excellent price!
This resin is made for us by the largest resin maker in the USA. It is 20% stronger than any name brand epoxy resin you would buy off of the shelf in a boat supply store, and we bring it to you at a price you just can't beat. Many of our commercial customers have tried our epoxy resin, an now it is all they use. Try it once, and it will be your go to resin!
FS-A23 is designed to be used for : General purpose laminating -Marine coatings, and VOC maintenance ; Chemical resistant tank linings; fiber reinforced pipes, tanks, and composites ; molding compounds; Construction , Electrical , and Aerospace adhesives
FS-A23 Is a medium cure, low viscosity, undiluted, difunctional epoxy resin. It has Very good mechanical, adhesive , chemical, and electrical properties.. It has Low viscosity, low color, a good balance of mechanical and electrical properties, and excellent chemical resistance.
It is stronger than most off the shelf epoxy resins, and has the added advantage of being chemically resistant!
Viscosity @ 25°C (77°F) 2200cps
Mixed System Properties:
Density At 25 C 9.9 lbs per gallon
VOC 0 grams per liter/
density 9.9 pounds per gallon
(Color - amber)
(heat deflection temp 212 F )
Mix ratio by weight resin/hardener 100/27
Hardener Viscosity @ 25°C (77°F) 350-450
Mix ratio by volume resin/hardener 3/1
Gel time, working time @ 77°f 30 min.
Tack free time @ 77°f 8-12 hours
Mixing Ratios for 3 : 1 mix :RESIN - HARDENER
Typical Cured Properties:
Tensile Strength, psi (ASTM D638) 11,800
Tensile Elongation (ASTM D638) 7.5%
Tensile Modulus, psi (ASTM D638) 470,000
Flexural modulus psi (atsm ) 440,000
Flexural Strength, psi (ASTM D790) 17,600
THIS IS VERY HIGH QUALITY RESIN AT A GREAT PRICE, YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
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Fast service, quality product
I'm completely rebuilding the structure and decking in a 40 year old boat. This wets out very well, and bonds even better to the old hull and new wood. My only complaint is sometimes it cures too fast, even though I reduce the hardener. (But it is 100 degrees in Oklahoma this time of year)