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Seller Notes: “All of our MAX Epoxy Resin formulations are engineered and manufactured in our Ontario, CA facility. It is also packaged and bottled under Federal Guidelines for packaging chemical goods and products. Each batch is tested and validated using established (ASTM) American Society for Testing and Materials and controlled testing methods.
Brand:

MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY MARINE GRADE

Material:

EPOXY RESIN

Model:

MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B

EPOXY/POLYAMIDE COMPOSITION:

STRUCTURAL COMPOSITE FABRICATI

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

HIGH IMPACT:

FIBERGLASS IMPREGNATING RESIN

Country of Manufacture:

United States

BOAT BUILDING:

GENERAL MARINE CONSTRUCTION

MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B

EPOXY/POLYAMIDE EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM 

Epoxy/Polyamide based resins are one of the best systems to use for applications that will be subject to water immersion and marine environments. It provides excellent resistance to saltwater, acidic and caustic exposure and retains its physical properties even after prolonged water immersion. 

PLEASE REVIEW THE COLD WEATHER NOTICE INFORMATION

BELOW BEFORE USING THIS RESIN SYSTEM

2 GALLON COMBINED VOLUME (256 FL.OZ)

1 GALLON PART A (128 FL.OZ)

1 GALLON PART B (128 FL.OZ)


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DESCRIPTION

MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B is a two-part epoxy/polyamide resin system specially formulated to provide structural strength to a variety of marine and boat building use such as structural fiberglassing, water proofing, and high strength bonding application.

 It is the low viscosity version (thin) of MAX BOND family of marine grade resin systems providing improved ease of use and faster fiberglass fabric wetting.

All the MAX BOND series of epoxy resin demonstrates excellent adhesion to polyester based marine hulls. It is best suited for structural building and reinforcement, waterproofing and in all manners of boat building construction, repair and maintenance.

 MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B demonstrates negligible loss of mechanical properties from continuous water immersion. MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B will cure even in humid and low temperature conditions. It is generally room temperature cured but can be snap cured at elevated temperatures for a short period of time.

 MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B demonstrates structural bond strengths to a variety of substrates commonly used in the manufacturing of modern marine vessels of such as wood, steel, aluminum, copper and other metal alloys, polyester constructed fiberglass and most plastics.

MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY A/B performs well in wide range of service temperature and resists cracking and delamination caused by repeated impact cyclic vibration, thermal expansion/contraction and physical breakdown due to continuous sea water immersion.

 

THIS LOW VISCOSITY VERSION IS FORMULATED TO PROVIDE EASE OF USE SUITABLE FOR FIBERGLASS WET-OUT AND IMPREGNATING APPLICATIONS FOR WOOD SEALING AND COMPOSITES FABRICATING

 

Lower Viscosity For Easy Wet And Dry Lay-up Application

Improved Fiber Wet-Out

Brush, Roller Coat, Trowel Applied

Bonds Steel, Aluminum, Soft Metals, Concrete, Ceramic

High Performance Resin For Composites Fabrication

Excellent Impact Resistance

Excellent Balance of Strength and Flexibility

Excellent Water/Salt Water Resistant for Marine/Aero Applications

Low Shrinkage And Dimensional Stability

Wide range of service temperature

 MAX BOND RESIN SYSTEM 

COMES IN THREE VERSION

LOW VISCOSITY VERSION PROVIDES EASE OF USE SUITABLE FOR COMPOSITE FABRIC IMPREGNATING

NONE SAG OR THIXOTROPIC VERSION FOR BONDING AND ADHESIVE APPLICATIONS

MEDIUM VISCOSITY GRADE HIGHEST PERFORMANCE OF THE THREE VERSIONS

 MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY VERSION

LOW VISCOSITY VERSION PROVIDES EASE OF USE SUITABLE FOR COMPOSITE FABRIC IMPREGNATING

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NONE SAG OR THIXOTROPIC VERSION FOR BONDING AND ADHESIVE APPLICATIONS

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 MEDIUM VISCOSITY GRADE

MEDIUM VISCOSITY GRADE HIGHEST PERFORMANCE OF THE THREE VERSIONS

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BASICS STEPS OF WOOD SEALING AND WATERPROOFING

    • Insure that the wood is as dry as possible; any excessive moisture will be sealed within the wood once it is impregnated with resin
    • Use a fast evaporating solvent to dilute the epoxy such as acetone or MEK (ketone based solvents). Add no more than 5% solvent by weigh or by volume to the mixed resin.
    • Insure that all wood surface is coated with the epoxy sealant. For best results coat the entire exposed surface area with the prepared epoxy resin mixture.
    • Apply multiple coats until all porosity of the wood is sealed; some grain raising can be expected upon coating.
    • Allow the applied coats to cure for at least 24 to 36 hours before proceeding
    • For a smoother finish, sand the cure surface just enough to remove surface gloss and removed and surface blemishes caused by the grain raising

 

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Fiberglassing over the seal wood for increase strenght and stability

    • Choose the proper fiberglass weight and weave for the job. Here are some good fiberglass style
    • Apply another coat of the epoxy, this time do not add any solvent to insure maximum strength development.
    • Use a plastic spreader or flat plastic spreader to consolidate the fiberglass to wood.  Use this to smoothen the fiberglass and remove excess resin and entrapped air bubbles.
    • Allow the epoxy resin to cure for 24 hours.
    • Upon cure, the cured laminate can be directly painted with a UV resistant polyurethane or acrylic paint to protect the epoxy resin from the damaging effects of direct UV (sunlight) exposure.

 

 

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WHICH EPOXY IS BEST FOR YOUR APPLICATION?

 

Epoxy based polymers are one of the most versatile thermoset plastics that can be modified into a multitude of applications and fit very specific task as demanded by the application.  It offers ease of use and generally safer to handle over other types of thermoset resins which makes it the choice material for many high performance composites.  

 New ideas demand new technology in material science and the skill to compose its constituent into a synergistic composite.

 

 What is impact testing?

Impact testing is one of the most revealing test methods that demonstrate a material's ability to resist and withstand a high-rate of pressure loading at a short amount of time.

Its behavior during and after the impact can define its maximum mechanical property and conditional limits upon its destruction.

 

 Why is Impact Testing Important?

The impact resistance of an object provides the ultimate measure of its resistance to its definitive destruction. Governed by the many laws and dynamics of physics, a skilled chemist or materials engineer can determine the design equilibrium and ultimate performance by careful analysis of the material’s disassociation and the manner of its destruction.

With this knowledge, other aspects of mechanical performance can be accurately derived and through skilful engineering one can determine the impact energies the part can withstand and design the construction that will resist such assaults over the projected life span.

 

 

 

COMPRESSION TEST PER ASTM D695

 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Density (Mixed)

1.10 gm/cc

Form and Color

Part A – Clear Liquid

 

Part B – Amber Liquid

Viscosity Mixed

5,624 cPs @ 77°F (25ºC)

Mix Ratio

Equal parts by weight or by volume

Working Time

65 Minutes @ 77°F (25ºC) (200 gm mass)

Peak Exotherm

280°F 300 gram mass

Cure Time

36 Hrs. Minimum

Accelerated Heat Cure Time

2 Hrs. @ room temperature plus

 

120 min. @ 212°F (100°C)

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Hardness

85 Shore D

Tee-Peel Strength

3.7 Pounds Per Inch Width

Compressive Strength

12,300 psi @ 77°F (25ºC)

Tensile Shear Strength

3,800 psi @ 77°F (25ºC)

 

1,900 psi @ -112°F (-80ºC)

 

1050 psi @ 212°F (100ºC)

Elongation

2.3% Maximum Yield

Service Temperature

-67°F to 250°F

 

 

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE TEST

10 Day Soak Test @ 77°F (25°C) 

WEIGHT CHANGE IN PERCENT

Distilled Water

.67 %

3% Salt Water

1.2 %

Sulfuric Acid 30%

1.9 %

Nitric Acid

3.8 %

Ammonia 10%

3.7 %

Sodium Hydroxide

10.00 %

Anti-Freeze or Motor Oil

No Effect


COLD TEMPERATURE NOTICE

DURING 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 ITS VISCOSITY, 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 OF RESIN CRYSTALLIZATION.

HEAT PROCESSED

PARTIALLY CRYSTALLIZED

CRYSTALLIZED SOLID

USE BELOW 80°F

DO NOT USE UNLESS PROCESSED

DO NOT USE UNLESS PROCESSED

THE COLD TEMPERATURE EXPOSURE CAN OCCUR DURING TRANSPORT OR DELIVERY OF THE KIT WHERE THE PACKAGE CAN BE EXPOSED TO TEMPERATURES BELOW 50°F AND INITIATE THE RESIN TO CRYSTALLIZE OR DEVELOP SEED CRYSTALS. ONCE A SEED CRYSTAL DEVELOPS, CRYSTALLIZATION WILL 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.

THE 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.

THE 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.


COMMON EFFECTS OF COLD TEMPERATURE EXPOSURE

HIGHER OR THICKER VISCOSITY

LESS ACCURACY IN VOLUMETRIC MEASUREMENT DUE TO ITS THICKER CONSISTENCY

CRYSTALLAZIED OR SOLIDIFIED RESIN COMPONENT THAT WILL APPEAR AS A WHITE WAX-LIKE CONSISTENCY

MORE BUBBLE ENTRAPMENT DURING MIXING

SLOWER REACTIVITY

LONGER CURE TIMES

LOWER CURED PERFORMANCE DUE TO NONE FULL CURE POLYMERIZATION

PROCESSING EPOXY RESINS

TO 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 IN CONSISTENCY. ALLOW THE RESIN TO COOL 75°F TO 80°F MAXIMUM BEFORE ADDING THE CURING AGENT.

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TO 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 WILL REVERT BACK INTO A LIQUID IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES. ALLOW 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 THE AMBIENT TEMPERATURE AND THE TEMPERATURE OF THE COMPONENTS.

HEAT POST CURING TECHNIQUE FOR FASTER AND THOROUGH CURE

USE AN INFRARED HEAT LAMP FOR LARGER PARTS.

 

 

 

USE THESE THEORETICAL FACTORS THAT RELATES TO ANY UNDILUTED EPOXY RESIN AS 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 OF RESIN IS 128 OUNCES

1 GALLON OF MIXED EPOXY RESIN IS 9.23 POUNDS

1 GALLON OF RESIN IS 3.7854 LITERS

Customer Submitted Photographs and Testimonials

William Merrick Boat restoration project

Max-Bond Low Viscosity - The greatest stuff for boat rebuilding.

1984 IMP 215SC Splashed

Please visit Bill's site where he chronicled the entire reconstruction of his vessel 

Pictures contributed by our actual customer who used the MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY

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PICTURES CONTRIBUTED BY MR. DAVY M.

Pictures contributed by Mr. Lee R.  





       

JET SKI HULL FABRICATED WITH KEVLAR FABRIC IMPREGNATED WITH MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY

   

COMPLIMENTS OF Mr. Bill Y. 

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PICTURES CONTRIBUTED BY KYLE.

 

MIXING EPOXY RESINS

PLEASE VIEW THE FOLLOWING VIDEO PRESENTATION,

ALTHOUGH THE FEATURED EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM IS DIFFERENT THAN

THE MAX BOND LOW VISCOSITY, THE GENERAL TECHNIQUE AND PROPER MIXING PROCEDURE IS APPLICABLE.

USE THIS MIX TECHNIQUE TO ELIMINATE TACKY SPOTS, UNCURED SECTIONS AND POOR MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE THAT IS CAUSED BY POOR MIXING AND INCORPORATION OF THE RESIN AND CURING AGENT.

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Mixing Instructions

Dispense equal parts of Part A and Part B and mix thoroughly until a homogeneous consistency is achieved. The mixture will turn translucent milky amber but will clarify when applied in a thin film during curing. Transfer the mixed resin into another clean container and mix for another minute and use.

For mix metering application, ensure that an equal flow rate of Part A and Part B is achieved. A 24 element static mixer provides excellent mix results. Attach the static mixer and dispense and discard approximately 1-ounce material before using the material. Dispense the material in on corner of the component casing and allow the material to completely flow through out. This technique will reduce voids and air entrapment.

 

GENERAL MIXING PROCEDURE

The featured resin system on this video is our MAX CLR resin system but it will demonstrate

the basic technique in mixing two component resin systems and obtain the best result and insure a homogenous mix.

 

Bonds to Steel, Aluminum, Soft Metals, Concrete, Ceramic, Fiberglass, Composites

Non-Critical Mix Ratio, Equal Parts by Volume,

Brush, Roller Coat, Trowel Applied

Excellent Impact Resistance

Excellent Balance of Strength and Flexibility
Excellent Water/Salt Water Resistant for Marine/Aero Applications
Low Shrinkage, Wide range of service temperature

Conforms To Aerospace /Military/Naval Specifications
MIL-A-8623 T1

MS-511

MMM-134 T1 and T2

OS-9923A,

Boeing BMS-5-29

 

Conforms To (FDA) Food and Drug Administration
Direct/Indirect food contact coatings/adhesive
CFR 175.300

CFR 176.170

CFR 175.105


THE COMMON VALUES TESTED IN THE PHYSICAL DATA TABLE
 

Viscosity

Mix Ratio

Working Time

Peak Exotherm

Time To Reach Peak

Density

Cure Time

Heat Cure

Set-To-Dry @ 10 Mil Film

Surface Dry

Handling Time


QUALITY CONTROL TESTING OF MAX PRODUCTS

Each batch of resin and curing agent is tested for its basic physical property and must comply with standard established by our product engineering group. All test procedures are governed by ASTM or American Standards Test Methods, Internally developed test procedures developed by our internal materials engineer that are a modification of an ASTM test procedure modified to determine or amplify the accuracy a specific physical or mechanical property of particular system; these are called ITMaS or Internal Test Methods And Standard
APPLICATION AND USAGE

MAX BOND LV A/B is self-leveling and easily poured into place and is well suited for mixed meter-dispensing equipment or mix and pour techniques. Large mixes of up to 300 grams are possible without generating excessive exothermic temperatures.The working time is approximately 90 minutes for a 100-gram total mass and less if mixed in large volumes.

 For Bonding Applications

To insure a strong bond, items or substrates to be bonded must be clean and free from contaminants such dust, grease, oils and other foreign materials. Please refer to our Surface Preparation Bulletin for suggested surface cleaning method And Proper Bonding Techniques. Apply via brush or roller coat properly mixed resin on both substrates and clamp or apply adequate pressure so that a thin bond line is achieved, approximately .003 to .007 inch minimum bond line thickness. Allow to cure overnight.


For Encapsulating Electronic Parts

Premix the Part A and Part B into a container and then pour the mixed component into another clean container and mix for another minute. This will insure a thoroughly mixed resin is achieved.  Pre arrange the wire leads to the desired position and secure. Pour the mixed MAX BOND into the component housing to be encapsulated insuring complete and level coverage. Pour or dispense only from one corner of the component casing and allow the material to completely flow and fill through out the casing. This technique will reduce voids and air entrapment.

 

For Use as a Concrete or Wood Penetrating or as a Water Sealant

Mix equal parts of Part A and Part B in a clean container and thin with acetone or MEK (about 90 parts mixed resin to 10 parts solvent). Apply on cleaned and dried wood or concrete in thin coats using a roller coater or bristle brush. Work in small areas and with good ventilation. Acetone or MEK is highly flammable solvent. Remove all ignition sources before application.

Allow to cure for 36 hours. 

 

 For Laminating or Reinforcing with Fiber Fabric Materials.

MAX BOND LV A/B works well as a laminating resin for composite fabrics such as canvas, fiberglass, carbon fiber, Aramid fiber and other hybrid and synthetic fabrics. Apply a thin layer of the mixed MAX BOND LV A/B unto the pre-cleaned substrate to be reinforced. Apply a layer of fiberglass and aide the resin to wet-out the fiberglass using a brush and apply subsequent layers of fabric sandwiching a layer of resin until the desire thickness is achieved. Use a rubber squeegee to remove excess resin. Allow curing for 24 hours. If using a vacuum bag technique or a platen press, please review our “Lay-up sequence for bagging operations”

Composite Fabricating Basics

By resolute definition, a fabricated COMPOSITE material is a manufactured collection of two or more ingredients or products intentionally combined to form a new homogeneous material that is defined by its performance that should uniquely greater than the sum of its individual parts. This method is also defined as SYNERGISTIC COMPOSITION.

 

COMPOSITE MATERIAL COMPOSITION

REINFORCING FABRIC       &     IMPREGNATING RESIN

 PLUS EPOXY RESIN BOAT BUILDING MARINE GRADE 1 GALLON KIT 

 

ENGINEERED PROCESS

 

 

EQUALS

 

STRUCTURAL STRENGTH COMPOSITE LAMINATE

 

With respect to the raw materials selection (fabric and resin), the fabricating process and the intended composite properties,  these 3 aspects must be carefully considered and in the engineering phase of the composite.

 

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Step One: Fabric Selection
TYPES OF FABRIC WEAVE STYLE AND SURFACE FINISHING
FOR RESIN TYPE COMPATIBILITY
 
Fabrics are generally considered ”balanced” if the breaking strength is within 15% warp to fill and are best in bias applications on lightweight structures. “Unbalanced” fabrics are excellent when a greater load is required one direction and a lesser load in the perpendicular direction.

FABRIC FINISHING FOR RESIN COMPATIBILITY
 
  • Tow: The bundle of individual carbon filaments used to weave carbon fabric. 50k tow means there are 48-50,000 carbon filaments in the tow. Smaller tow i.e. 12k, 6k, 3k and 1k are obtained by dividing the 50k tow into smaller bundles.
  • Thread Count: The number of threads (tow in carbon and yarn in Aramid) per inch. The first number will be the warp count and the second will be the fill count. Fill: The threads that run the width of the roll or bolt and perpendicular to the warp threads. 
  • Warp: The threads that run the length of the roll or bolt and perpendicular to the fill threads. 
  • Finish: The chemical treatment to fiberglass making it compatible with resin systems, therefore improving the bond between the fiber and the resin. Finishing fiberglass typically decreases the fiber strength by as much as 50%. Both Silane and Volan finishes are epoxy compatible. Historically, Volan has been considered a softer finish for a more pliable fabric, but recent advances have yielded some excellent soft Silane finishes.
  • Thickness: Measured in fractions of an inch. The thicker the fabric the more resin required to fill the weave to obtain a smooth finished part.

 

FABRIC WEAVE STYLES

  • Plain weave means the warp and fill threads cross alternately. This is the most common weave.
  • 4 Harness (4 HS Satin or crowfoot) weave means the fill thread floats over three warp threads, then under one warp thread. This weave is more pliable than the plain weave, therefore conforms to complex curves more easily.
  • 8 Harness (8 HS Satin) weave means the fill thread floats over seven warp threads, then under one warp thread. This weave is the most pliable of the standard fiberglass weaves.
  • 2 x 2 Twill weave means the fill thread floats over two warp threads, then fewer than two warp threads. This weave is found most commonly in carbon fabrics and is more pliable than plain weave.

Most fabrics are stronger in the warp than the fill because higher tension is placed on the warp fiber keeping it straighter during the weaving process. Rare exceptions occur when a larger, therefore stronger thread is used in the fill direction than the warp direction.

 

 

PLAIN WEAVE

Is a very simple weave pattern and the most common style. The warp and fill yarns are interlaced over and under each other in alternating fashion. Plain weave provides good stability, porosity and the least yarn slippage for a given yarn count.

 

8 HARNESS SATIN WEAVE

The eight-harness satin is similar to the four-harness satin except that one filling yarn floats over seven warp yarns and under one.

This is a very pliable weave and is used for forming over curved surfaces.

 

4 HARNESS SATIN WEAVE

The four-harness satin weave is more pliable than the plain weave and is easier to conform to curved surfaces typical in reinforced plastics. In this weave pattern there is a three by one interfacing where a filling yarn floats over three warp yarns and under one.

 

2x2 TWILL WEAVE

Twill weave is more pliable than the plain weave and has better drivability while maintaining more fabric stability than a four or eight harness satin weave. The weave pattern is characterized by a diagonal rib created by one warp yarn floating over at least two filling yarns.

               
COMMERCIAL FIBERGLASS-FABRIC WEAVER
Finishing Cross Reference
And
Resin Type Compatibility
 

RESIN COMPATIBILITY

Burlington Industries

Clark Schwebel

J.P Stevens

Uniglass Industries

Epoxy, Polyester

VOLAN A

VOLAN A

VOLAN A

VOLAN A

Epoxy, Polyester

I-550

CS-550

S-550

UM-550

Phenolic, Melamine

I-588

A1100

A1100

A1100

Epoxy, Polyimide

I-589

Z6040

S-920

UM-675

Epoxy

I-399

CS-272A

S-935

UM-702

Epoxy

 

CS-307

 

UM-718

Epoxy

 

CS-344

 

UM-724

Silicone

112

112

 

n-pH (neutral pH)

Satin Weave Style For Contoured Parts Fabricating

These styles of fabrics are one of the easiest fabrics to use and it is ideal for laying up cowls, fuselages, ducts and other contoured surfaces with minimal distortions.

The fabric is more pliable and can comply with complex contours and spherical shapes. Because of its tight weave style,

satin weaves are typically used as the surface ply for heavier and courser weaves.

This technique helps reduce fabric print through and requires less gel coat to create a smoother surface.

 
SATIN WEAVE TYPE CONFORMITY UNTO CURVED SHAPES
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Plain Weaves, Bi-axial, Unidirectional Styles For Directional High Strength Parts 
Use this weave style cloth when high strength parts are desired. It is ideal for reinforcement, mold making, aircraft and auto parts tooling, marine and other composite lightweight applications.
 
PLAIN WEAVE STYLE FOR HIGH STRENGTH 

 

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Step Two: 
Choose the best epoxy resin system
called a composite laminate or FRP- FIBER REINFORCED PLASTIC.
The epoxy resin used in fabricating a laminate will dictate how the FRP will perform when load or pressure is implied on the part.
To choose the proper resin system consider the following factors that is crucial to a laminate's performance.
SIZE AND CONFIGURATION OF THE PART
(NUMBER OF PLIES  AND CONTOURED, FLAT OR PROFILED)
CONSOLIDATING FORCE
(FREE STANDING DRY OR HAND LAY-UP, VACUUM BAG OR PLATEN PRESS CURING)
CURING CAPABILITIES
(HEAT CURED OR ROOM TEMPERATURE CURED)
LOAD PARAMETERS
(SHEARING FORCE, TORSIONAL AND DIRECTIONAL LOAD, BEAM STRENGTH)
ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE
The principal role of the resin is to bind the fabric into a homogeneous rigid substrate
(OPERATING TEMPERATURE, AMBIENT CONDITIONS, HUMIDITY, CHEMICAL EXPOSURE, CYCLIC FORCE LOADING)
MATERIAL AND PRODUCTION COST
(BUYING IN BULK WILL ALWAYS PROVIDE THE BEST OVERALL COSTS AS WELL AS DOING IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME)
These factors will dictate the design and the composition of the part and must be carefully considered during the design and engineering phase of the fabrication.
 
OUR GENERAL EPOXY RESIN SYSTEM SELECTION FORMULATED FOR SPECIFIC APPLICATIONS
 

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Step Three: Proper Lay-Up Technique

Pre-lay-upnotes

Layout the fabric and precut to size and set aside

  • Avoid distorting the weave pattern as much as possible

  • For fiberglass molding, insure the mold is clean and adequate mold release is used

  • View our video presentation above "MAX EPOXY RESIN MIXING TECHNIQUE"

  • Mix the resin only when all needed materials and implements needed are ready and within reach

Mix the proper amount of resin needed and be accurate proportioning the resin and curing agent. Adding more curing agent than the recommended mix ratio will not promote a faster cure. Over saturation or starving the fiberglass or any composite fabric will yield poor mechanical performance. When mechanical load or pressure is applied on the composite laminate, the physical strength of the fabric should bear the stress and not the resin. If the laminate is over saturated with the resin it will most likely to fracture or shatter instead of rebounding and resist damage.

Don’t how much resin to use to go with the fiberglass?

A good rule of thumb is to maintain a minimum of 30 to 35% resin content by weight, this is the optimum ratio used in high performance prepreg (or pre-impregnated fabrics) typically used in aerospace and high performance structural application.For general hand lay-ups, calculate using 60% fabric weight to 40% resin weight as a safe factor. This will insure that the fabricated laminate will be below 40% resin content depending on the waste factor accrued during fabrication.

Place the entire pre-cut fiberglass to be used on a digital scale to determine the fabric to resin weight ratio. Measuring by weight will insure accurate composite fabrication and repeatability, rather than using OSY data.

Typical fabric weights regardless of weave pattern

1 yard of 8 OSY fabric at 38 inches wide weighs 224 grams

1 yard of 10 OSY fabric at 38 inches wide weighs 280 grams

Ounces per square yard or OSY is also know as aerial weight which is the most common unit of measurement for composite fabrics.

To determine how much resin is needed to adequately impregnate the fiberglass, use the following equation:

(Total Weight of Fabric divided by 60%)X( 40%)= weight of mixed resin needed

OR

fw = fabric weight

rc = target resin content

rn = resin needed

MASTER EQUATION

(fw/60%)x(40%) = rn

FOR EXAMPLE

1 SQUARE YARD OF 8-OSY FIBERGLASS FABRIC WEIGHS 224 GRAMS

(224 grams of dry fiberglass / 60%) X 40% = 149.33 gramsof resin needed

So for every square yard of 8-ounce fabric,

It will need 149.33 gramsof mixed resin.

Computing for resin and curing agent requirements based on

149.33 grams of resin needed

MIX RATIO OF RESIN SYSTEM IS 2:1 OR

50 PHR (per hundred resin)

2 = 66.67% (2/3)

+

1 = 33.33%(1/3)

=

(2+1)=3 or (66.67%+33.33%)=100% or (2/3+1/3)= 3/3

149.33x 66.67%= 99.56 grams of Part A RESIN

149.33x 33.33%= 49.77 grams of Part B Curing Agent

      99.56+ 49.77 = 149.33 A/B MIXTURE

Common Factors Of 100% Solids (Zero volatiles and unfilled epoxy resin)

1 gallon of resin = 4239 grams (1.12 g/cc)

1gallon = 128 fluid ounces

1 gallon of resin = 231 cubic inches

1 fluid ounce of resin = 33.17 grams

Apply the mixed resin unto the surface and then lay the fabric and allow the resin to saturate through the fabric.

NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND

This is one of the most common processing error that yields sub-standard laminates. By laying the fiberglass unto a film of resin, less air bubbles are entrapped during the wetting-out stage. Air is pushed up and outwards instead of forcing the resin through the fabric which will entrap air bubbles. This technique will displace air pockets unhindered and uniformly disperse throughout the fiberglass with minimal mechanical agitation or spreading.

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Given enough time and the proper selection of the fabric's surface treatment (fabric to resin compatibility), a dry fabric will seek a state equilibrium and distribute the applied resin and naturally release air bubbles entrapped within the laminate. It is then very important that the proper viscosity, working time and surface treatment of the fabric must be considered depending on the application of the composite structure. There are also fabricating techniques that can be employed to yield high performance laminates. Depending on the size of the part, processes such as high pressure pressing, vacuum bagging and vacuum assisted resin transfer molding are superior methods over hand dry lay-up. Air voids or porosity within the laminate is typically where failure propagates when load is applied(fracturing, compression failure, tearing, torque, tensile strength, creep).

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Step Four: Proper Curing
Allow the lay-up to cure for a minimum of 24 to 36  hours before handling.
Optimum cured properties can take up to 7 days depending on the ambient cure condition. 
The ideal temperature cure condition of most room temperature epoxy resin is 22 to 27 degrees Celsius at 20% relative humidity. Higher ambient curing temperatures will promote faster polymerization and development of cured mechanical properties.
Improving mechanical performance via post heat cure
 A short heat post cure will further improve the mechanical performance of most epoxy resins. Allow the applied resin system to cure at room temperature until for 18 to 24 hours and if possible, expose heat cure it in an oven  or other source of radiant heat 
(220°F to 250°F) for 45 minute to an hour. 
You can also expose it to direct sunlight but place a dark colored cover, such as a tarp or cardboard to protect it from ultraviolet exposure.
In general room temperature cured epoxy resin has a maximum operating temperature of 160°F or lower
A short heat post cure will insure that the mixed epoxy system is fully cured,
especially for room temperature cured system that can take up to 7 days to achieve 100% cure
Some darkening or yellowing of the epoxy resin may occur if over exposed to high temperature (>250 F).
AMINE BLUSH
The affinity of an amine compound (curing agent) to moisture and carbon dioxide creates a carbonate compound and forms what is called amine blush. Amine blush is a wax-like layer that forms as most epoxies cure.
 If the epoxy system is cured in extreme humidity (>70%).It will be seen as a white and waxy layer that must be removed by physical sanding of the surface followed by an acetone wipe.
Although we have formulated the MAX CLR, MAX BOND and MAX GPE product line to be resistant to amine-blush,
it is recommended not to mix any resin systems in high humidity conditions, greater than 60%.
Always make sure that the substrate or material the epoxy resin system is being applied to
 is as dry as possible to insure the best cured performance.
OTHER TYPES OF EPOXY RESIN CURE MECHANISM
LATENT CURING SYSTEMS
Latent epoxy resins are systems that are mixed together at room temperature and will begin polymerization but it will not achieve full cure unless it is exposed to a heat cure cycle. In general, these are high performance systems that demonstrate exceptional performance under extreme conditions such as high mechanical performance under heat and cryogenics temperatures, chemical resistance or any environment that epoxy room temperature system perform marginally or poorly.
  Upon the mixing of the resin and curing agent polymerization will begin and will only achieve partial cure. Some resins may appear cured or dry to the touch,  this state is called 'B-Stage Cure' ,but upon application of force will either be gummy or brittle almost glass-like and  will dissolve in most solvents. The semi-cured resin must be exposed to an elevated temperature for it to continue polymerization and achieve full cure. 
 
UV CURING SYSTEMS

Similar to "addition cure" or catalytic polymerization, Ultraviolet Curing is another method that has gained popular use in the polymer adhesives and coatings application. It offers a unique curing mechanism that converts a liquid polymer into a solid plastic upon exposure to UV radiation. The two common commercially significant method are "FREE RADICAL INITIATION" and CATIONIC REACTION. In both reaction polymerization occurs via decomposition of a Photoiniator blended within the resin system; upon exposure to adequate wavelength of Ultraviolet energy the photoinitiator degrades and casue a ring opening or cleveage of the photoinitiator molecule and induces rapid polymerization or crosslinking. The polymerization reaction can be either free radical or cationic and occurs almost instantaneous creation of a polymer network.


HEAT ACTIVATED CURING SYSTEMS
This type of epoxy system will not polymerized unless it is exposed to the activation temperature of the curing agent which can be as low as 200F and as high as 400F.
In most instances our MAX EPOXY SYSTEMS epoxy system can be stored at room temperature and remain liquid for up to six months and longer
USE AN INFRARED HEAT LAMP FOR LARGER PARTS IF A PROCESS OVEN IS NOT AVAILABLE


POSSIBLE HEAT CURING TECHNIQUES

If an oven is not available to provide the needed thermal post cure, exposing the assemble part to direct solar heat
(sun exposure) for a period will provide enough heat cure for the part to be handled.
 Other heat curing such as infrared heat lamps can be used if a heat chamber or oven is not available.
 
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Proportioning the correct amount is equally as important to attain the intended cured properties of the resin system. 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.
Most epoxy curing agent has a degree of corrosivity, as a general practice, protective gloves should be worn when handling chemicals of the same nature.
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Q: Oops, I thought it was subject title field in my phone. Anyway, I saw your auction where you suggest to thinning the epoxy with acetone, I wonder if its affect structure strength?
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