Two Can Epoxy Fluro Green

The Two Can Epoxy ink series exhibit excellent solvent and chemical resistance and offer a high degree of adhesion to a variety of difficult to print surfaces.

As the name indicates the Two Can Epoxy ink series is a two pack system that dries by polymerisation. A catalyst ER176 added prior to use, initiates the polymerisation process. The system will NOT dry or cure without the addition of catalyst.

After the addition of catalyst the ink system will air dry to a tack free state in approximately 2 hours, but 7 days are required for the film to fully cure to maximum adhesion and chemical resistance. If force drying or baking, the time to complete cure is as follows:

120 Deg. C (250 Deg. F) for 10 minutes

150 Deg. C (300 Deg.F) for 7 minutes

180 Deg. C (350 Deg.F) for 4 minutes

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Two Can Epoxy Fluro Green -  
 
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1L

GJS Code: 606161

Unit Weight: 1.2kg

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