Cold Cure Fact Sheet

This is the Rolls Royce of epoxy resins; a real problem solver!

As a sealer it has excellent penetrating properties, with no fire risk from solvent.

As a laminating resin it allows a tough but not brittle lay-up, even in temperatures too low for conventional epoxies; mostly due to their slow curing times and the thicker viscosity at lower temperatures.

A wide variety of fillers may be used in conjunction with Cold-Cure. I may be thickened with talc to a consistency that is workable for the application. Higher temperatures provide convenient fast rapid work glue.

As a glue it is thin enough to mix and work at temperatures as low as 2 degrees. Being absolutely insensitive to moisture once mixed it will cure and bond underwater.

Just remember to mix in correct ration of 2 parts resin to 1 part hardener.

(Note: Stolen from Industrial Formulators of Canada.)