Epoxy Resin Very Hard Casting Resin Liquid Fiberglass For Sale
You are offerding on a 96 ounce kit of
USE THESETHEORETICAL FACTORS THAT RELATES TOANY UNDILUTED EPOXY RESINAS A GUIDE
1 GALLON = 231 CUBIC INCHES
1 GALLON OF RESIN CAN COVERS 1608 SQUARE FEET
1 MIL OR 0.001 INCH CURED COATING THICKNESS
1 GALLON OFRESIN IS 128 OUNCES
1 GALLON OF MIXED EPOXY RESIN IS 9.23 POUNDS
1 GALLON OF RESIN IS 3.7854 LITERS
Cures to a very tough high hardness, glass-like casting.
ELECTRONICS POTTING COMPOUND
EXCELLENT THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY
HIGH ELECTRICAL INSULATIVE VALUES
DIMENSIONAL STABLE OVER A WIDE RAGE OF SERVICE TEMPERATURE
HIGH COMPRESSIVE, TENSILE , BEAM STRENGTH
HIGH IMPACT AND TENSILE STRENGTH
EXCELLENT ABRASION RESISTANCE
HIGH CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Before adding the curing agent, the fiberglassfillers incorporated in the MAX GFE Part Amay settle during shipmentor storage.Itwill require gentle stirring to dispersesettling to insure proper cured performance.
Gently agitate by hand mixing with a spatula or by mechanical impeller mixer until the filler is uniformly dispersed.Pre-heating the resin to at least120 degrees Fahrenheit will facilitate a much easier mixing.
Allow the resin to cool to room temperature before adding the curing agent.
Avoid aggressive mixing to help reduce excessive air entrapment.
If available, use a vacuum chamber to degas the resin or PART A component to accelerated air bubble removal.
Allow the mixed Part A to sit for about 30 minutes to permit any entrapped air bubbles to evacuate. To remove stubborn air bubbles from the surface, use a hot air gun or a hair dryer or a propane torch and pass it very quickly over the surface.
THE COLDER SEASONS THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT SHOULD BE WARMED TO AT
LEAST 75°F to 80°F (21°C to 27°C) PRIOR TO USE TO REDUCE ITSVISCOSITY, REDUCE
AIR BUBBLE ENTRAPMENT, MAINTAIN ITS WORKING TIME AND INSURE PROPER
CURE. IN SOME CASES THE RESIN OR PART A MAY APPEAR TO BE CLOUDY
OR SOLIDIFIED, WHICH IS AN INDICATION OFRESIN
NOT USE UNLES PROCESSED
COLD TEMPERATURE EXPOSURE CAN OCCUR DURING TRANSPORT OR DELIVERY OF
THE KIT WERE THE PACKAGE CAN BE EXPOSED TO TEMPERATURES BELOW 50°F
AND INITIATE THE RESIN TOCRYSTALLIZEOR DEVELOP SEED CRYSTALS. ONCE A
SEED CRYSTALDEVELOPS, CRYSTALLIZATIONWILL OCCUR EVEN IF STORED
AT THE PROPER STORAGE TEMPERATURE. DO NOT THROW AWAY OR USE THE RESIN
UNTIL IT HAS BEEN MELTED BACK TO A FREE-FLOWING LIQUID PHASE BY GENTLE
HEATING 120°F TO 150°F.
HIGH PURITY EPOXY COMPONENT AND THE ABSENCE OF ANY ACCELERATORS AND
OTHER NON-REACTIVE IMPURITIES IN ITS FORMULATION ARE SOME OF THE MANY
KEY FACTORS THAT CONTROLS ITS HIGH PERFORMANCE PROPERTIES.
COLD TEMPERATURE WILL ALSO MAKE THE RESIN MUCH THICKER THAN THE
STATED VISCOSITY AND WORKING TIME VALUES AS STATED ON THE PHYSICAL
TABLES CHART. THIS WILL REDUCE THE POLYMER'S REACTION RATE AND EXTEND
ITS CURE TIME. THIS CAN RECTIFIED BY PRE-WARMING BOTH COMPONENT AND
USING THE MIXED RESIN IN A CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE ENVIRONMENT NO
COOLER THAN 70°F .
ANDNOTIFIABLETHE EFFECTS OF
OR THICKER VISCOSITY
ACCURACY IN VOLUMETRIC MEASUREMENT DUE TO ITS THICKER CONSISTENCY
OR SOLIDIFIED RESIN COMPONENT THAT WILL APPEAR AS A WHITE WAX-LIKE
BUBBLE ENTRAPMENT DURING MIXING
CURED PERFORMANCE DUE TO NONE FULL CURE POLYMERIZATION
COUNTER ACT THE AFFECTS OF THE COLD TEMPERATURE EXPOSURE, WARM THE
RESIN GENTLY BY PLACING IT IN A PLASTIC BAG AND IMMERSE IT IN HOT
WATER OR A WARM ROOM AND ALLOW IT TO ACCLIMATE UNTIL IT IS A VERY
CLEAR AND LIQUID INCONSISTENCY.ALLOW THE RESIN TO COOL 75°F TO 80°F
MAXIMUM BEFORE ADDING THE CURING AGENT.
CURSOR OVER THE SLIDESHOW TO PAUSE OR PLAY
MELT THE CRYSTALLIZED RESIN FASTER HIGHER PROCESSING TEMPERATURE CAN
BE UTILIZED BY PLACING IT IN A PLASTIC BAG OR MAKE SURE THAT THE LID
IS SECURE TO PREVENT WATER FROM ENTERING THE CONTAINER AND IMMERSE IT
IN HOT WATER , 140°F TO 180°F UNTIL ALL TRACES OF THE CRYSTALLIZED
RESIN IS ONCE AGAIN A CLEAR LIQUID. THE CONTAINER CAN WITHSTAND 212°F
(BOILING POINT OF WATER); THE RESIN SHOULD REVERT BACK INTO A LIQUID
IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES.
THE RESIN TO COOL BELOW 80°F BEFORE ADDING THE CURING AGENT.A
POLYMER RESIN'S PHYSICAL PROPERTY SUCH AS ITS VISCOSITY AND CURE RATE
ARE HIGHLY AFFECTED BY TEMPERATURE.
THEPOLYMERIZATIONHAS SLOWED DUE TO THE COLDER AMBIENT CONDITIONS, MIXING THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT ABOVE 80°F MAY CAUSE RAPID
POLYMERIZATION AND HIGH EXOTHERMIC HEAT BUILD-UP THAT CAN EXCEED
300°F EXOTHERMIC HEAT WHEN KEPT IN MASS.
NOT HEAT AND MIX THE RESIN OR CURING AGENT BEYOND 90°F AS IT MAY
CAUSE RAPID ANDUNCONTROLLABLEREACTION. THE BEST WORKING CONDITION IS
TO PREWARM THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT TO 70°F TO 75°F PRIOR TO
MIXING AND ALLOW IT TO CURE AT AN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE NO LOWER THAN
65°F FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS.
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Viscosity Part A
Viscosity Part B
Mix Ratio By Volume
100 Parts A to50 Parts B (2:1)
120 minutes (400 gram mass)
150oF max (400 gram mass)
90to 92 Shore D
Heat Distortion Temperature
2.58 x 1015 ohm · cm
3.16 x 1016 ohm · cm
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE PERFORMANCE
FULL IMMERSION at 30°C
MEASURED PERCENT CHANGE IN WEIGHT
10% Lactic Acid
10% Acetic Acid
70% Sulfuric Acid
50% Sodium Hydroxide
10% Sodium Hypochlorite
SPECIMEN CURE CYCLE 7 days @ 25ºC plus1 hours at 100ºC
1 CUBIC INCH
ULTIMATE COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF MAX GFE
TESTED PER ASTM D695
Casting with MAX GFE A/B
Prepare mold by cleaning and applying a good quality wax mold release or PVA parting film. If using PVA parting film, allow the PVA to dry completely and make sure that the mold is secured on a level plane.
MAX MOLD KIT
Measure out the proper amounts Part A and Part B based on a 2:1 by weight mix ratio in a clean container (the resin is heavier in density than the curing agent). Gently mix until a uniform consistency is achieved (2 minutes). Do not mix aggressively to avoid excessive air entrapment. Transfer the mixture into another clean container and continue mixing for another minute. This will guarantee a thorough mixture. Slowly pour the mixture in the prepared mold and allow to spread unaided to minimize air entrapment. To remove stubborn air bubbles from the surface, use a hot air gun or a propane torch and pass it very quickly over the surface.
Allow the casting to cure at room temperature; depending on the ambient temperature cures times can vary from 24 to 48 hours. If available, use a Shore Durometer to determine the cured hardness, a reading of 65 D will be sufficient for demolding or attempt to indent the casting with using your fingernail, if it does not indent then it is ready for demolding. Longer cure times may be required when curing below 70oF. For a faster demold time, allow the casting to set-up for 3 hours at room temperature then post cure in an oven for 2 hours at 200oF. Allow it to cool gradually and demold.
Pigments can be added to the MAX GFE to produce any colored desired.
Special epoxy colorants are available at our store.
MIXING EPOXY RESINSPLEASE VIEW THE FOLLOWING VIDEO FOR THE PROPER MIXING OF EPOXY RESINS.IT DEMONSTRATES THE PROPER TECHNIQUE OF MIXING ANY TYPE OF EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM.THE PROPER CURE AND FINAL PERFORMANCE OF ANY EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM IS HIGHLY DEPENDENT ON THE QUALITY AND THOROUGHNESS OF THE MIX.THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT MUST BE MIXED TO HOMOGENEOUS CONSISTENCY.
TO PAUSE OR PLAY THE FOLLOWING SLIDE SHOWS,
PLACE THE CURSOR ON THE PICTURE TO ACTIVATE VIEWING CONTROLS
THIS VIDEO DEMONSTRATES THE PROPER MIXING TECHNIQUE OF ANY BINARYOR TWO PART POLYMER SYSTEM. BYFOLLOWING THIS METHOD, THE USER IS GUARANTEED THAT THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT IS WELL INCORPORATED ANDAVOID UNCURED OR TACKY SPOTSIN THE APPLICATION
PLEASE VIEW THE FOLLOWING VIDEO DEMONSTRATION REGARDINGBATCH SIZE MIXING AND WORKING TIME. THE RESIN USED WAS MAX MCR WHICHHASSIMILAR REACTION WHEN MIXED IN LARGE MASS AND ALLOWED TOREACT IN A CONFINED MASS.
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The container in which the epoxy and curing agent is mixed is an important consideration when mixing an epoxy resin system.
The container must withstand the tenacity of the chemical and must be free of contamination. Proportioning the correct amount is equally as importantto attain the intended cured properties of the resin system. Most epoxy curing agent has a degree of corrosivity, as a general practice, protective gloves should be wornwhen handling chemicals of the same nature.
MIXING KIT CONTENTS
4 each 32 ounce (1 Quart) clear HDPE plastic tubs
4 each 16 ounce (1 pint) clear HDPE plastic tubs
4 each clear HDPE plastic Lids for the plastic tubs
4 each 8 ounce (1/2-Pint) Wax Free Paper Cups
5 pairs one size fits all Powder Free Latex Gloves (Large)
6 Piece HDPE Plastic Measuring Spoon Kit
(1 tablespoon to 1/8 teaspoon)
10 Piece HDPE Plastic Measuring Cup
(1 Cup to 1/8 Teaspoon)
2 each None Sterile Graduated 10 cc Syringes
1 pack of Wooden Stir Sticks (100 disposable Chopsticks)
1 pack Assorted Size Bristle Brush (5 per pack)
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