- Construction of jigs, foundry patterns and tooling aids
- General tool building
- Wet lay-up tools using glass ply
- Backing structures
|Property||Unit||Epofloor T (A)||Epofloor T (B)|
|Appearance||Visual||Clear liquid amber||Clear liquid pale yellow|
|Viscosity at 25°C||mPas||1000-5000||200-700|
|Mix ratio||Parts by weight|
Mix the two components thoroughly in the ratio indicated.
Apply in thin layers with a brush or spatula, wait until gel coat has gelled, but ensure that it is still slightly tacky before proceeding.
Post-curing will improve final properties.
|Resin/ Hardener mix||Volume||Unit||Epofloor T (A)
Epofloor T (B)
|Viscosity at 25°C||mPas||900-1.000|
|Pot life at 25°C||250 ml||Min||50-70|
After cure: 7 days at RT or 14 hours at 40°C
|Deflection temperature||ISO 75||°C||45-50||50-55||55-60|
The resin and hardeners described in this instruction sheet have the shelf life shown provided they are stored at 6-28°C in a dry place and sealed containers, preferably those in which they are supplied.
The products should be used when in the temperature range 18-25°C
|Quantity and weight||1 × 25 kg||1 × 12.5 kg|
|Quantity and weight||6 × 300 gr||6 × 150 gr|
|Quantity and weight||1 × 1000 gr||1 × 500 gr|
|Quantity and||1 × 5 kg||1 × 2.5 kg|
RBBCO. Products are manufactured to meet the highest safety standards and as a result are harmless to handle provided basic chemical handling precautions are observed. Measures should be taken to prevent such material from coming in to contact with skin, since people with particularly sensitive skin may be affected. The wearing of impervious rubber or plastic gloves will normally be necessary; likewise the use of eye protection. The skin should be thoroughly cleansed at the end of each working period by washing with soap and warm water. The use of solvents is to be avoided.
Disposable paper – not cloth towels – should be used to dry the skin. Adequate ventilation of the working area is recommended.