| ||Rigid |
|Mix Ratio By Volume ||100A / 50B |
|Mix Ratio By Weight ||100A / 45B |
|Shore Hardness ||D80 |
|Cured Colour ||Transparent |
|Pot Life (Hours) 23°C ||(Varies -Ref Datasheet) |
|Cure Time (Hours) 23°C ||(Up to 44 Hours -Ref Datasheet) |
|Minimum Casting Thickness (350mm x 300mm @29°c) ||5mm |
|Maximum Cast Thickness (350mm x 300mm @17°c) ||80mm |
Please Note, previous version of this was available including soft and firm, this is no longer available, only the above mix ratio will work.
Epoxy pigments are the recommended system to colour this resin however the polyester range of pigments will also work.
Polyester Pigments - Standard Range
Polyester Pigments - Metallic Range
Polyester Pigment - Transparent Range
Please read the Technical and Safety Datasheets prior to use.
We recommend small scale testing to ensure compatibility before using at full scale.
For best results ensure resins and moulds are at temperature above 20°C before using, using at colder temperatures will effect cured characteristics and may inhibit cure. Ensure moulds are free from dust and other contaminants. (For large castings it may be necessary to reduce environment temperature for a successful cure, reference datasheet for casting depth / temperatures. Always perform small test before pouring large amounts to ensure suitability. Keep containers closed when not in use. When stored correctly unopened product has a shelf life of 3 months from purchase. Please refer to technical datasheets for further information regarding usage.
Warning: The potlife and other properties provided on this datasheet are based on common bench test parameters. Mixing larger masses of product than stated on the datasheet will likely lead to a reduced potlife. Variables such as environment, room, material temperatures and direct sunlight will affect the potlife and cure time. Where mould or casting is insulating, casting thickness will likely need to be reduced as insulative properties may also lead to overheating of the resin system. For large pours its vital your working environment is between 15°c and 20°c with consideration to providing additional cooling as large masses of resin can easily overheat and fracture, this can be particularly apparent when casting into insulative materials such are wood. We advise testing and stress that customers perform initial tests to ensure suitability for their project and requirements prior to up-scaling to full project.
Hot Weather Notice
Large masses of resin can easily overheat and fracture in hot weather, this can be particularly apparent when casting into insulative materials such are wood. We therefore advise testing and we stress that customers perform initial tests to ensure suitability for their project and requirements prior to up-scaling to full project. Low casting depths and / or additional equipment to cool the resin may be required, In general for large mass casting temperatures would be around 15°c to 20°c with considerations of cooling fans or similar to help regulate the heat of the pour to avoid overheating of the resin system.